…that’s got me thinking about arctic exploration and mountaineering…
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The two Explorers with rifles are from Copplestone Castings and the Mountaineer and Trapper are from Pulp Figures. The remaining figures from their respective packs are all at the front of the workbench and should be finished up shortly.
Perhaps they will have a run in with the Gebirgsjäger searching for lost secrets Beyond the Mountains of Madness
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
The rest of the Mountaineers and Artic Explorers. A minor diversion, yes, but all the “Pulp Adventure” stuff sort of fits in with the WW2 stuff… it’s all within a decade or so of the area of focus at the moment.
I’d like to say next is the rest of the T-34s and then on to some Germans… but some WW1 Turks have made it back on to my workbench…. I might just knock off a bunch of those before returning to the WW2 stuff. At least I'm still in the first half of the 20th Century!?
In other interesting news; I finally broke down and ordered myself a copy of Black Powder. Now, my pretty Frenchmen will be able to give John’s uncultured, backwater, Lutelandic thugs (on their funny-sized bases) the trashing they deserve! Huzzah!