The long-awaited Grandville tabletop battle game is now at the printer and will soon be on sale. Using the popular 7TV ruleset from Crooked Dice Game Design Studio, the Grandville Programme Guide contains playable profiles for LeBrock, Ratzi, Billie and 35 other individual profiles detailing their allies and enemies.
Included is an exhaustive Grandville timeline dating back to the Great Flood and ending with the events of Force Majeure. There are also stats for steam-driven vehicles, gadgets as seen in the graphic novels and rules for characters that suffer injuries.
The programme guide contains seven playable scenarios (‘episodes’) set in both Paris and London. Some involve classic characters from the books, some introduce new characters like the Phantom of the Follies and the mercenary Gun Dogs. Plus snippets of never-before seen Grandville scripts, written by Helena Nash. All approved by Bryan Talbot.
The Grandville Programme Guide is an 80-page hardback book. Separate high-quality profile, gadget, injury and countdown cards will also be available.
A copy of the 7TV rules are needed for play. Available from Crooked Dice Game Design Studio: http://www.crooked-dice.co.uk/wp/rules/7tv-2nd-edition/
Our new model is that scheming industrialist Baron Krapaud from Grandville: Bete Noire, seated here in his personal railchair with pet laptoad Bubbles.
On sale now from Crooked Dice Game Design Studio.
Original Krapaud sculpt by Andrew May.
Original railchair sculpt by Ben Calvert-Lee.
Photo courtesy of Mr Kevin Dallimore.
We’ve received a set of great Grandville picture of Apollo, Chance, Hawksmoor and Koenig, courtesy of Mr Kevin Dallimore. Check ’em out!
Original sculpts by Andrew May.
Fresh from a very fun day at Salute in London yesterday, here are some shots of the new models, beautifully painted by Kevin Dallimore.
There’s even a preview of the Baron Krapaud model, in a prototype of his railchair.
Paintmaster General Kevin Dallimore demonstrates how to get the most out of your Grandville Miniatures with these lovely conversion jobs.
Grandvillain conversion by Kevin Dallimore. Balaclava head supplied by Crooked Dice.
As our Grandvillain and Mastock ranges come with separate heads, it’s a simple task to pop on another head entirely and give your model a completely different look. The tricky part is getting the painting as good as Kevin’s!
Grandvillain conversion by Kevin Dallimore. Military Man head supplied by Crooked Dice.
The bodies pictured here are Todd and Niles, respectively topped off with balaclava and military man heads available from Crooked Dice Game Design Studio.