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Cheepsville USA Rural Americans Cardstock Figures

Cheepsville USA Rural Americans Cardstock Figures

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Beat the high cost of metal miniatures with these highly customizable cardstock figures, suitable for use with any roleplaying or miniatures game!
Cheepsville USA Rural Americans was created by artist Rick Hershey, who put a lot of personality and style into these great modern-era designs based on small town and rural characters. They are all here and each one has enough interest and detail to build entire roleplaying stories around, if you want. Or just print up a crowd and turn `em loose on the streets of Cheepsville USA during the next alien invasion, superhero battle or SWAT team shootout that takes place there. (That sort of thing always seems to be going on in Cheepsville!)
The set includes 54 characters in both easy-to-use PDF and customizable TIF formats. Print and use as-is or color them with markers, colored pencils, or in your favorite paint program. Alter them, add details -- and just toss `em away when you are through! You can always print more! Our figures are sized to work well with any 25 to 28 mm metal miniatures, but you can scale them when you print or photocopy them to make larger or smaller versions.

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November 1st, 2004
Great for a pulp game, and the price is right! Not the most variety in the world, but the figures are well-rendered.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Acceptable<br><br><b>VALUE</b>: Satisfied<br> [...]
July 11th, 2004
Lots of cool NPCs waiting in this set. As with the other sets from this company, I wish they were slightly larger or had a few colored pieces. This company has some neat concepts with minis that I'll have to eventually explore. [...]
December 21st, 2002
Cool set, my favorite are the bikers! My friends and I used these for a zombie game and they worked well helping create that whole Andy Grifith show feel, very impressed. [...]
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October 01, 2002
This title was added to our catalog on October 01, 2002.