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oldschoolfrp:

Ghoul from Talisman 2nd edition, illus. Gary Chalk, Games Workshop, 1985.  The ghoul is a playable character who can keep a life point taken from an enemy, and can raise a defeated enemy from the dead as a follower.

oldschoolfrp:

Ghoul from Talisman 2nd edition, illus. Gary Chalk, Games Workshop, 1985.  The ghoul is a playable character who can keep a life point taken from an enemy, and can raise a defeated enemy from the dead as a follower.

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swinish:

Balrog by John Blanche
From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition - Book 3 - Battle Bestiary

swinish:

Balrog by John Blanche

From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition - Book 3 - Battle Bestiary

skullhamma:

Another project finished. The last of my Rogue Trader Ogryns is done. Bob Olley models FTW!

From Chapter Approved - The Book of the Astronomican. 1988.

From Chapter Approved - The Book of the Astronomican. 1988.

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

From Warhammer 40,000 - Rogue Trader. Stephen Tappin, 1987.

Slann from Warhammer Armies, 1988. John Blanche, 1988.

Slann from Warhammer Armies, 1988. John Blanche, 1988.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.
I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.

Epic space Imperial Knights. From White Dwarf 126, June 1990.

I’ve long suspected that person or persons unknown in the GW Studio wanted to play Battletech but didn’t like the figures so cooked up this “patch” to the 40K universe in order to get a collection of Mech models made that were more to their taste.