Buying that many miniatures isn't cheap, though... unless you hit up SCS Direct, that is.
What Is SCS Direct?
You know how everyone always tells you to shop for minis on the Internet, because that's where you find good deals? Well, SCS Direct is one of those digital storefronts I found on Amazon that has all kinds of awesome minis. Not only that, but it offers you packs of them for less than $20!
A brief sample of the minis packs I found include:
- 100 Fantasy Creatures (with wizards, two-headed ogres, unicorns, dragons, and other sundries)
- 100 Zombies (with traditional zombies, zombie pets, graveyard terrain, and other undead things)
- 100 Glow-In-The-Dark Zombies (same as above, but in green, and glowing in the dark)
- Humans VS Aliens (an equal assortment of civilians, and Cthonian horrors ideal for aberrations)
- 52 Robots (a slew of mechanical monsters, ready to populate a sci-game game or tinker's dungeon)
No matter what kind of game you're playing, these minis are something most DMs can afford, and even better they're made from durable plastic. You won't have to worry about fragile parts breaking off every time you move a mini, and they're distinct enough that there's no worrying about separating the monsters from the heroes. A major advantage if you like to run hoard battle scenarios.
If you like more detailed minis then you might be a bit happier with the offerings in the Arena of The Planeswalker game produced by Wizards of the Coast, especially if you can find it and its additional packs like Battle For Zendikar or Shadows Over Innistrad at a fairly cheap price. But if you need bad guys to beef up your map, then the big buckets of goons might be just what the doctor ordered for your next campaign!
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