|A more unlikely band of adventurers has rarely been seen!|
|The packaging for the Beer and D6s miniature line is top notch, coming with nicely printed inserts and a fun sticker!|
|Siegel captured a sense of bestial rage that so often is missed in orcs.|
|When was the last time you saw a bipedal basilisk wielding a sword?!|
|Who would not want to throw back a few beers with this jovial fellow?|
|Each Beer and D6s hero model comes with two Drunk dice!|
While the rules are still not entirely worked out, the website looks to be regularly updated leading me to believe that given time, the system will be fully fleshed out (it also looks like there will soon be a forum to ask rule questions). Based on the amount of work already on display in the game, from the collection of beautifully sculpted models to the great looking player aid material (stat cards, inactive player cut-outs), I am very excited to see where the project goes. On a side note, with it being St Patrick’s Day, what better a thing to do then get together with some friends and roll some dice to enact a group of misfit heroes trying to drink themselves into a stupor and smash some bottles, as you slowly approach the same state yourself!
Having finished assembling the last of my Imbrian Arts models, I can’t help but want to order a few more, to better appreciate his interesting interpretations of classic fantasy archetypes. It is exciting to discover all the wonderful little details he brings to each model. As such, I am eager to see what he releases next in his Imbrian Arts line!
- Adam Wier