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.
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.
Grandville Miniatures, looking fresh as harvest day in their smart new blister packaging.
On sale now – the murderous Mastock and three Killers.
Grandvillains! Edward, Niles, Todd and Mastock, sculpted by Andrew May, painted by Kevin Dallimore
Edward ‘Mad Dog’ Mastock is a scarred psychopathic killer who has escaped maximum security imprisonment in the Tower of London and is now murdering his way across Paris. A sneaky but ferocious killer of innocents, this ragged terrorist nurses a particular grudge against LeBrock.
Mastock, sculpted by Andrew May and painted by Kevin Dallimore
These identically dressed killers are in the pay of a secret cabal of France’s elite. They are nasty cold hearted thugs, armed and happy to shoot anyone they are paid to. They prefer to hunt in packs, but are still no match for LeBrock and Ratzi.
Edward, sculpted by Andrew May, painted by Kevin Dallimore
Todd, sculpted by Andrew May, painted by Kevin Dallimore
Niles, sculpted by Andrew May, painted by Kevin Dallimore
These models come with the heads separate, for extra posing options.