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Plastic Frostgrave Knights – Power in the Frozen City

Plastic Frostgrave Knights are soon coming with the release of Frostgrave second edition. You can use these new plastic Knights to make up all of the special hirelings including Templars, Treasure Hunters, Marksmen and so many more.

Right now, this boxed set is up on North Star Military Figures website for taking pre-orders. In case you don’t know, Frostgrave is a great fantasy skirmish miniatures game by Osprey Games. In this game Wizards duke it out over the ruins of a long destroyed ancient city in the search of magical artifacts. I loved the first edition and can’t wait to see what is in the second edition!!!

As a note, all images in this post are from North Star Military Figures.

The Box Art

North Star Military Figures systematically released preview images of their upcoming plastic Frostgrave Knights miniatures boxed. I mined through their Facebook Page and brought those images over to this single location to make them easier for you to find. To me, these miniatures look pretty cool and they would be a nice addition to anyone’s Frostgrave collection.

As a heads up, these figures come 10 to a box. This means that if you were thinking of making a large number of them for Oathmark (or other mass combat games), you will have to buy a few boxes (not just one). For Frostgrave, one is all you need unless you feel the urge for more.

Frostgrave Knights Box Art
A preview image of the Frostgrave Knights’ box art.

Plastic Frostgrave Knights Sprue Contents

Inside the box, you will find a couple of sprues. Below is a rendering of the items on the sprue.

A look at the items on the Frostgrave Knights sprue. There are a ton of pieces here for 28mm gaming.
This box set is jam-packed with options!!! With 22 heads on the frame, it looks like you can make them fit in with any of the existing Frostgrave warbands out there. Well, maybe not with the Gnolls.

The above options give you what you need to build all of the advanced martial power soldier (or heavily armoured soldier) types in Frostgrave. I bet you could even use those parts for some fun kit-bashing.

More Images

Below are some more preview images of miniatures built from the Frostgrave Knights plastic miniatures set.

A 28mm Barbarian miniature
I can just feel the grunting coming off of this model. His pose and attire remind me of something out of a Conan movie.
Plastic Frostgrave Knight
If your opponent is wearing heavy armour, send this guy against him. That warhammer should pierce the steel.
Plastic marksman
A good old Marksman who rarely misses. If you see this guy, close the distance or hide quickly!
Plastic Frostgrave Ranger
A nicely done Frostgrave Ranger. I made a lot of use of Rangers, Treasure Hunters and Thieves in the first edition of Frostgrave. I wonder how they will differ in second edition.
28mm Treasure Hunter miniature
A good old fashioned Treasure Hunter. Again, a soldier class I used a lot of in the first edition. I heard they will not be as powerful in second edition.

What a nice looking warband of miniatures! Kev Dallimore did a fantastic job of painting them!

Plastic Frostgrave knights preview shot
The five preview miniatures that Kev Dallimore painted all in one location. They look great!

Wrapping it up…

Thank you for joining me on this look at the new plastic knights miniatures for Frostgrave by North Star Military Figures and Osprey Games. It looks like it is going to be a very nice model kit once it releases. The release date is set as August 20th, 2020, and the box is available now for pre-orders.

If you like this post, be sure to check out my other stories related to Oathmark and Frostgrave.

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Bruce Laue

    The one figure is a dead-ringer for Rexor, from the Conan the Barbarian movie — same helmet. Looked it up, to be sure.

    Love the Frostgrave Gnoll figures! If I had a need for more Humans, I would snatch up a couple sets of these. Their figures are superb, easy to assemble, easy to customize. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Thanks for the comment Bruce. I still have to check out the Gnoll miniatures myself.

  2. Andrés F.

    These knights look great. The ranger looks perfect for Rangers of Shadow Deep.

    Must… resist… temptation… to buy… from… North Star… again 😛

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      I hear ya! North Star Military Figures makes some great miniatures. 🙂

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