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Miniatures Companies

posted Nov 08, 2012 00:25:02 by ChrisBirch
We'd like to recommend manufacturers of cool weird war figures, some of whom appear in our battle reports and the Forest of Fear web-comic). There's plenty out there that are appropriate for Achtung! Cthulhu games. Some of these companies also produce rule sets for normal WW2 battles as well as weird war twists and we encourage you to check them out - it's a great period to play in and one can never have enough ;-)

Please feel free to add to the list - they can be great makes of normal troops and vehicles or simply cool weird war ranges. - a great selection of pictures and links to different ranges
Lead Adventures - Weird Wars - - A great place to find out about the different makes, rules and adventures
Clockwork Goblin - - A new producer of weird war miniatures
Artizan -
Foundry -
Bolt Action -
Black Tree Design -
Victory Force -
Victory Decision & Gear Krieg Rules & Miniatures -
Pulp Figures -
Reaper Miniatures -
Westwind Productions -
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MurghBpurn said Feb 16, 2013 20:25:23
Nazi zombies ready to go!
ChrisBirch said Feb 16, 2013 22:27:01
Great! who are they made by?
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MurghBpurn said Feb 16, 2013 22:48:21
They're the Clockwork Goblin 15mm minis.
ChrisBirch said Feb 16, 2013 22:49:20
Ah fantastic - great range!
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PaulSmith said Mar 31, 2013 21:56:49
You surprise me sir. No Dust miniatures mentioned?

Granted, some of the infantry and all the vehicles are a bit too weird and wonderful... but the basic infantry squads are perfect (if a little taller than everything else you've mentioned). Plus you've got the extra boards to work with as well.

Tamiya do some nice 1:48 scale vehicles that go with the Dust range and there's 1-48 Combat ( who are starting a 1:48 scale WW2 skirmish game with some very nice models. Scarab Miniatures ( also ave some nice metal 1:48 scale figures that would work with Dust to extend the range a bit and remove the more sci-fi elements.

For 28mm, there are also these companies that do WW2 or mythos creatures:

Black Ball Games (
Black Cat Bases (
Plastic Soldier Company ( has some Russians.
Tengu Models (

Kurasan ( also do a range of 15mm mythos creatures.

Obviously the monsters aren't as nice as yours are looking in the digital sculpts ;)
ChrisBirch said Apr 01, 2013 03:42:30
Hey Paul - I actually wrote that before I got i properly discovered DUST - yes they're perfect and in fact our playtest of ONEWAR this weekend used DUST minis!

Also Tanhauser the boardgame has some great painted weird war plastic miniatures
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PaulSmith said Apr 01, 2013 09:04:23
I guess for creatures and boards there's also the Mansions of Madness and Arkham Asylum miniatures from Fantasy Flight Games. Most of the investigators are a bit too early for WW2, but the monsters are all useful; though they will need rebasing.

Heroscape and the various ranges of Clix have some useful models that would scale well
ChrisBirch said Apr 01, 2013 09:38:39
And of course the official Achtung! Cthulhu Creatures & Investigator's now. The creatures will come with 3 different poses

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PaulSmith said Apr 01, 2013 19:32:17
And your new ones. What is the bottom left one? It looks like some sort of awesomely creepy machine/monster mash-up

Fury said Apr 03, 2013 10:36:18
Plastic Nazi zombies from Studio Miniaures -
ChrisBirch said May 21, 2013 11:22:34
Hey Paul bottom left is a Nazi augmented Mi-Go!
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PaulSmith said Jun 07, 2013 21:41:22
The Cthulhu Wars Kickstarter ( looks like it will have some very useful miniatures for One War. It's just a shame that I can't quite afford to go in on this just yet. It looks like one to keep an eye on though!
ChristopherMainwaring said Aug 10, 2013 08:45:36
Found this on RPGNow, look like it may be handy.

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It also includes information on the shadow war fought in the dying days of the Reich as the Nazis deployed strange flying saucers that battled to save their final stronghold in the Antarctic. For years, the Allied governments worked to keep this information from reaching the public, and sought to discredit those few who dared to seek the truth. Now, using a combination of photography and artwork reconstructions, the true story of the most secret battles of World War II can finally be told.

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Projekt Saucer
The Black Sun and the Fourth Reich

ChrisBirch said Aug 10, 2013 10:49:09
Hey Christopher, yes Ken Hites' book on the Nazi occult is sure to be a good read!
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