Macrocosm is one of the bigger companies on the list and it only took me so long to write this up because I was hoping for one of their Goblin ranges that appealed most to me to come back. I was told though that the Goblin Hood range would probably shelved for some time and there’s still a lot for Goblin fans to find at Macrocosm. They even have a range of Goblins fit to fight in one of the World Wars under the Weird Wars label if that’s something you like. I’ll stay with fantasy here like always and start with some pirates:
The Orc pirates are rather beefy and thus made in metal with a warband of 9 costing £30, while the 9 metal Goblins with a cannon are £20. Those also have heads sculpted by Kev Adams. The Goblins can also be bought in smaller increments. With Goblin Hood being gone, there’s still their newest range of Bonefields left, which concentrates on the conflict between undead Goblins and Dwarfs with a whole ruleset to duke out this war yourself. There’s a lot to unpack here:
While the foot troops consist of skeletons, there are some characters with more meat on their bones available. Theres even undead skeleton Squigs, Doom Divers and wolf riders. Most packs of 3 or 4 troopers are £10, 4 wolf riders are £15 and the characters are £3 to £5. All of those are made in resin. Those rotting Goblins have also formed a team for Fantasy Football, with mostly the same stuff available but suited for sports:
The picture above shows the largest deal you can get for these minis at £75. It shows everything you can get: Trolls, a werewolf, a Golem, skeletons, ghouls and all manners of special weapons. Those are all available individually of course.
All pictures above belong to Macrocosm.