This is an extremely nice collection of paper miniatures, crisp and clean images in some quite imaginative poses. The range of characters span the regular fantasy classes, with figures suitable for spell-casters, rogues, barbarians, fighters, clerics and so on - there's even one who I think is a bard, although he's taking the alternative name 'axe' for a guitar a bit far!
Each figure comes thrice: in two different colour-schemes as well as a plain line art version that you can colour in yourself. Construction of the figures is simple and clearly explained. These are double-sided 'flats' with a base, created by printing and folding/glueing the sheet to make your two-sided flat, then cutting round the figure to get the shape and finally glueing on the base provided.
All very nice, simple and straightforward for those who like using miniatures but do not have time, inclination or ability to paint and maintain metal or plastic miniatures: and these are good examples.
It's enough to make me consider a half-orc for my next character, or perhaps one of my groups will be meeting some half-orc NPCs 'ere long!