Help support TMP


Refurbished Skulks


Back to Showcase


CeruLucifus writes:

Hmmm. They would make good gargoyles. Or byakee for horror games.

I guess the MageKnight stuff is out of stores nowadays but I'll keep an eye for those.


Revision Log
11 September 2021page first published

Areas of Interest

Fantasy
Toy Gaming

Featured Link


Featured Ruleset


Featured Showcase Article

Amazon's Snow Queen Set

If snowflakes resemble snowy bees, then who rules over the snowflakes?


Featured Workbench Article

Resizing Dungeon Tiles

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian wonders if he can resize 3Dprinted dungeon tiles to match his other dungeon tiles…


Featured Profile Article

Armies of Arcana Snakemen Into Mighty Armies

Enticed by a sale, Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian figures out Mighty Armies stats for his future Snakemen army.


Current Poll


1,156 hits since 11 Sep 2021
©1994-2022 Bill Armintrout
Comments or corrections?

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

These fantasy critters recently crossed my workbench for a little upgrade, so I thought I'd throw some pictures up. I don't think they've been featured on TMP before.

Skulks

These are Skulks from the old Mage Knight game. I never played the game, but I gather they are intended as weak, 'nuisance'-type monsters.

Skulks

Years ago, I pried these off their click-bases and put them on steel disks. Now they've come back to my workbench, and I've updated the bases using Stucco Crack Repair.

Skulk

This is the basic Skulk. It's just a skinny flying creature with enormous hands and a rude tongue. And maybe a loincloth.

Skulk

And this is the rear view.

Skulks

Since all of these plastic pre-painted figures are identical, the key to getting variety is to re-pose them. As you can see above, after using a hair drier on the figure, you can carefully move the wings to a new position, and usually they will stay that way once the figure cools off.

Or if you're feeling adventurous, you can try using the microwave – but be careful, or you'll get a smelly, melted mess!

I was intending these for use in DungeonCrawls, but on second thought, those wings make them hard to fit into corridors. So maybe they'll end up as wilderness monsters…