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Forbidden Monsters of Foree: Wan-Ti Snakemen (Cardstock Characters™)


Behold the strange and terrible world of Foree!

Awful and nonsensical are the rules of this inhospitable new world, where wizards alone reserve the right to utter the names of certain monsters. But we have dared to mention here the name of one of these fell creatures, the Wan-Ti Snakemen, and to present its fearful likenesses for your consideration.

Although used to populate the world of Foree with no acknowledgement to their true creators, the Wan-Ti are in reality the shadowy and sinister snakemen of H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, and other masters of dark fantasy. Dwelling in jungles, ruins, and subterranean vaults, sometimes directing the activities of insane cultists and minions, these ancient and ominous creatures wield powerful poisons and magicks in their ongoing attempts to suborn, manipulate, and corrupt humanity. They are the children of Set, and their brethren lurk in the shadows of Asian, Indian, Egyptian, and Central and South American folklore and mythology.

This set of 20 full-color paper miniatures is designed to be compatible with other 25/30mm figures and contains 16 different creatures, 12 of them scaled to be approximately man-sized and four of them scaled as both somewhat larger than man-sized and as giant-sized creatures. All can be printed out and assembled as many times as desired.

Miniatures in this set include:

* Five snake-Tongued Cultists, humans tainted with Wan-Ti blood, including two incanters, two warriors, and a rogue.

* Seven Wan-Ti hybrids, humanoids with serpentine heads and reptilian skin, including two spellcasters, four warriors, and a rogue/assassin.

* Four different snake-bodied Wan-Ti abominations, each scaled for use as both Large and Huge creatures.

Forbidden Monsters of Foree: Wan-Ti Snakemen is part of Skirmisher's Cardstock CharactersTM line of figures that can be downloaded, printed out, and used in a variety of different sorts of games. Other currently-available sets include ones for use with Mutant Future and other post-apocalyptic and science-fiction games; anthropomorphic ducks and pigs inspired by the Quactica wargaming rules; and the MILFs series of sexed-up monsters that you would just love to be able to roll d20 to hit!

Ka-nama ka langerama! We hope you enjoy both these Wan-Ti Snakemen and Skirmisher's other Cardstock CharactersTM!

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May 23rd, 2013
Unusual paper miniatures are always welcome to me, perhaps sparking fresh scenario ideas, or simply filling an empty niche in my imagined fantasy worlds. I found the Wan-Ti Snakemen set did both, as I discovered it while preparing a 3D paper "lost [...]
February 15th, 2010
When it comes to cardstock minis, my only two criteria are: 1) Will I need/want to use these in my game? (HECK YEAH!) 2) Do they look cool? (DEFINITELY!) This artist, Alejandro, did really great job rendering a nice variety of savage looking sna [...]
February 2nd, 2010
I like these because they are not like any of the other minis on the market. I found the art work very unique and fills a role in a campaign I am running. [...]
Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
December 25th, 2009
As printable miniatures go, this product lies in the middle to low end of the pack. You can easily tell from the product name and description that this package offers miniatures designed to represent serpentfolk covering the same range of shapes, sizes [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 23, 2009.