A 32mm Tiger King Miniature?

Okay, Someone had to do it! Is that a Miniature of the Tiger King that I see? Tiger King Miniature or not, I detect some likeness and similarities to Mr. Exotic. The images in this post are some previews from Westfalia Miniatures’ next installment of The Darkest Crate. I stumbled across these miniatures on their Facebook Page. All of the images in this post are from that page. Without any further ado, let’s take a closer look at these figures by Westfalia Miniatures.

The Darkest Crate

The Darkest Crate are Dungeons and Dragons 5E compatible products by Westfalia Miniatures. In these packages, you get miniatures, a 5E booklet, rules and even a surprise in the box, or at least that is what the first package contains. The Tiger King miniature that we see here is in the next Darkest Crate, which I expect to see released in the next few weeks.

The Tiger King Joe Exotic Miniature - likely 32mm in scale for Dungeons and Dragons.
Here we have the Tiger King in his Human form. I expect that he will be cast as a 32mm miniature, because that is the size of miniatures in the first “The Darkest Crate.”

Wait, wait, wait. Does the caption above claim that is “the Tiger King in his Human form?” Yes it does!!! Our character here, I am going to call him Joe, is apparently a shapeshifter of sorts. He also comes with a Rakshasa version miniature.

A Rakshasa version of Mr. Exotic.

What’s in the Crate?

Now, I don’t know what exactly this upcoming Darkest Crate has is in store for 5E explorers, but I know it includes a Tiger King Miniature and a Miniature of the Tiger King in Rakashasa form.

One thing that we know from the first Darkest Crate is that these typically come with four 32mm miniatures. So far, we have only seen two miniatures in the upcoming set. That makes me wonder if we might see his adversary Carole end up taking the same form. Perhaps the other minis will be other characters from the show. Time will tell.

These miniatures should be released in just a couple of weeks. My next thought is, “oh, I wonder what the adventure would be like that includes this miniature.” Do the heroes have to explore a cat zoo? Maybe they are investigators that have to smooth over the hostilities between two factions. Who knows what craziness might ensue when you bring these figures into your game.

Also, how many people might also bring these figures into their other games, like Frostgrave? It certainly could make for an interesting addition to your armies. I believe the only way to get him though is through The Darkest Crate.

Another Preview Picture

Westfalia has been busy with preview pictures of all sorts. Below is an earlier picture that shows the miniature being hand crafted.

Mr. Exotic being hand crafted as a 32mm miniature by Westfalia Miniatures.

Very cool!

Wrapping it up…

Westfalia Miniatures seems to be very active on their Facebook Page with preview images of their upcoming projects. If you search around their website, you could even find a place to sign up and get free halfling miniatures as STL files for 3D Printers. I don’t own a 3D printer yet, but I signed up there to start building an STL library.

They are also prepping for a Kickstarter project starting in just a few days. That is on top of multiple other projects – Including this Darkest Crate containing a miniature of the Tiger King. Also, as an interesting piece of trivia, Westfalia is one of the many companies in Canada producing miniatures and miniature gaming products. There is a surprising amount of talent up here in the North.

Hopefully you enjoyed this post. If you did, please tell us in the comments and also let us know what you think of the preview images.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

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4 thoughts on “A 32mm Tiger King Miniature?

  • June 7, 2020 at 10:11 pm
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    I wasn’t familiar with Joe Exotic — I thought he was a comic book character! His page on Wikipedia is bizarre.

    The mini is nice though.

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    • June 8, 2020 at 12:08 am
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      I am only familiar because a friend at work told me to watch the show. It is a train wreck if you ever watch it.

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