Friday, May 3, 2013

The Birth of an Adventuring Company

Meet the first eight members of the Society for Advanced Meta-Exploration. The Society is a savvy and well-dressed independent adventuring company that will be operating by secret commission for the upcoming In Her Majesty's Name rules. These are all Ratnik figures in 28mm and I absolutely love the details, the Steampunk equipment and the dynamic poses of the models.

I will be painting each of these individually over the next month and each character will be given an extensive back-story and personality that can be used during Victorian dust-ups and global campaigns to really bring the games to life.


  1. Like those figures a lot. Can't wait to see what you'll do with 'em.

  2. I love them too !!
    I will follow their life ...

  3. I have no idea what this is but I love the sculpts, and I'll learn by following!

  4. Those figures do look lovely. Lots of detail. Looking forward to seeing them painted up :)

  5. Oh my, they are beautiful figures.
    Let me know when you get the rules and want to start building this company. I'll be happy to help with the points values.
    I am in the middle of writing an article for the blog giving advice on creating your own companies. So keep an eye out for it.

  6. Nice looking models and looks like a lot of firepower! Can't wait to see your finished company.

    I haven't seen you for a while but Aaron sold me on this game so I also have the book and some mini's on order. Looking forward to some fun games and maybe a league or campaign in the future. Keep an eye out for a Maori War's Veterans Company landing on your shores in the near future.

    1. Tony, good to hear from you! Your company sounds awesome - looking forward to spinning up the club gaming again with IHMN!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Maori War Veteran's Company eh? Will this include Maori's or British, or both?
    In either case you may wish to check this article out:


  8. Yes Sir, both.

    The Maori Wars were somewhat of a mess with Tribes joing the British/Colonials against enemy Tribes when it suited them and some Pakeha sympathisers standing with certain Tribes against the Crown. Time period is a little early but I think I can explain that in a Steam Punk setting ; )

    Thanks for the link!