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Dave Crowell writes:

It is very fun game. I like that it plays in a small space and gives an exciting game with plenty of surprises.

The opposition is initially deployed as markers on the table top. I like to draw the required number from a pool a little larger than what is needed, that I way I don't know for certain what is out there… Maybe that token is something really good, maybe it is a very bad monster? Only one way to find out…

Also the miniatures are fun to paint and different subject to the usual.

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Gavin Syme GBS Sponsoring Member of TMP of Alternative Armies writes:

Sculpted by John Bell, the mighty Sengoku 15mm Japanese fantasy range is the largest of its kind in the whole world, and now has 220 poses of miniatures. All as singles, plus packs and value sets, plus scenics and two books for the Monster Hunter game written by Steve Danes.

Sengoku fantasy releases

New releases now in the range, a total of nine new metal miniatures, giving you Swimming Kappa, School Boys, and a second group of Guild Hunters.


Winter Mega Event 2023 is on until 6th December. 20% off all orders, auto at check-out, plus free new miniature, as well as 80 new codes and 100 deals and offers. See our blog for the entire event and all details. Not to be missed!

Swimming Kappa

Swimming Kappa

A pack of twelve, mixed of three poses, is SGFP60, and you can get them singly as codes SGF212, SGF213 and SGF214. These go alongside a much earlier release, which is SGFP05 Kappa, which is part of SGFP1 Sengoku Set One, the most popular starting place for Monster Hunter players.

Japanese School Boys

Japanese School Boys

A pack of twelve, mixed of three poses, is SGFP61, and they are singles as SGF215, SGF216 and SGF217. These are the counterpoint to an older release, SGFP06 Japanese School Girls. For those who wish to get swordplay and such in anime-style settings.

Guild Hunters II

Guild Hunters II

SGFP62 is a pack of three poses. Character monster-hunters as singles too, SGF218, SGF219 and SGF220. Following on a popular code, SGFP33 Guild Hunters, these are your heroes in the Monster Hunter game.

Nishio the Brazen Monk

While every Sengoku miniature is a single pose, the best way to collect the insane variety of Yokai and Humans in the range is by the Sengoku sets, which all have a saving and feature no doubles of poses. There are currently ten different sets.

Sengoku Monster Hunter

If you wish to try your hand at being a Guild Hunter, then check out Sengoku Monster Hunter and its sequel, Rampage, as print and cheaper instant digital books. Solo play and much more. You need only a handful of miniatures to get going, and no two adventures are ever the same. We recommend you begin by reading the books and then choosing your figures. Or get SGFP01 Sengoku Set One and one of the Guild Hunter miniatures to start.

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