Offtopic: My non-gaming miniatures

I must admit I'm sometimes like Peter Pan... I feel like a grown-up child, and while I've lost a great part of my childhood imagination (with which I could take a single Magic card and imagine stories for hours...), some things still prevail, like collecting some miniatures I find cool to decorate my book shelves.

As today I'm still "on vacations mode" and lazy to think of anything productive, I've uploaded some photos of my small collection and I will show them here (among with a few interesting extras not-related to the photos...):

An orc shaman guarding some articles and Warhammer 40.000k codex

Predator & Alien guarding some books...

An old T-800 Terminator toy, next to the Sandman comics collection

The executioner from Resident Evil 5. One of the latest additions, and the "worst and scarier one" in my girlfriend's oppinion xD

A zombie from Resident Evil 2

A Knight deflecting some arrows

Kratos defending some game programming books

Snake had to be in my collection

A Gears of War locust

Mister X, my favourite RE boss

And a Tyrant, from RE too

A wow Warlock...

... And a priest guarding some of my Forgotten Realms books

Another zombie, holding a brain

And the U.S.S. Enterprise in front of my complete Star Trek DVD collection (all seasons of all ST sagas + all movies)

Extra #1: Ruleset, FAQ, and lots of unit rules for Warhammer 40.000 Epic. Since the game itself is discontinued, they are a very valuable asset.

Extra #2: Mini codex for the Genestealer Cults (now updated for the 5th edition of Warhammer 40k). Since I have a few genestealers (most of them from Space Hulk, but counting the unpainted, enough for a small side-force or quick battle.

Extra #3: The Soundtrack of Warhammer 40.000 Dawn of War II is freely available for download!


Categories: Warhammer 40000 Elder's Thoughts Miniatures Epic 40000

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Posted by Kartones on 2009-05-03