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Disposable Heroes Soldier Statix 1: WWII

Disposable Heroes Soldier Statix 1: WWII

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Are metal miniatures too expensive for you? Do you need armies of miniatures? Look no further...
Disposable Heroes® are downloadable paper miniatures that can be printed and then assembled for your wargaming or roleplaying needs. No other brand can offer the quality and flexibily of Disposable Heroes...

One download includes everything you need:
  • 30 different WORLD WAR II U.S. and GERMAN SOLDIER and MACHINE GUN figures.
    Beautifully illustrated and colored by Michael Yatskar, provided in three different formats:
    • Stand-Ups (A-Frame style)
    • Stand-Ups (Tri-Fold style)
    • Flat Counters
  • Armies
    A filled sheet of each figure, as well as numbering to keep track of duplicates, provided in three different formats:
    • Stand-Up Armies (A-Frame style)
    • Stand-Up Armies (Tri-Fold style)
    • Flat Counter Armies
  • All this in your choice of color or black & white
  • Assembly Instructions Sheet
  • Figures Legend Sheet

Note: If you have already purchased the online version of these figures (MINI018), there is no need to purchase this set unless you would like to download all the armies and figures at one time. Otherwise, you can customize them yourself using the Disposable Heroes customizable interface on the Precis Intermedia web site.Preview our ENnie Award-nominated miniatures before you buy!

Look for Precis Intermedia's printed sets, plastic storage cases, and stand-up bases.
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March 25th, 2016
Very well-drawn set. I especially like the varied poses. Only thing that bugs me is that the colors don't quite "feel" right. I may be wrong, and this set may depict variant colorations, but I usually picture World War II German uniforms [...]
February 18th, 2012
Very useful tool for my campaig. I hope to see soon a Disposable Heroes Soldier Statix 2: WWII with the stand-ups of the armored vehicles of WWII! [...]
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File Last Updated:
February 10, 2008
This title was added to our catalog on February 10, 2008.