Whether or not you play New Gods of Mankind, these are really rather nice 'generic village folk' miniatures that virtually any gamer playing a fantasy game might well be able to find a use for on their table.
They are well-drawn with good detail and quite colourful. Poses are dynamic, mostly looking poised and ready for combat (because, let's face it, that's what miniatures are really for!). The set includes woodmen, foragers, hunters, traders, minors, priests and a mason - at least, that is how they are described, but you could use them somewhat differently if that suits your needs. For example, the traders and mason wear gowns and could be any kind of prosperous town-dweller - one even wears what looks like a toga and you could imagine him holding forth in a council chamber! The priests are described as being warrior, healing or missionary ones, along with a lone priestess, and are dressed in a variety of robes/vestments or armour. The healing priest is a spell-user with gathering mystic energy around his hands.
Copious assembly instructions are given, which is probably a good idea as it is fairly complex and fiddly: the results however are worth it in terms of scene setting and general display: they look good. However, the concept of 'facing' is not well handled, the figures do not come with 'front' and 'back' views. A variety of different bases - sand, grass and stone - are provided, including a neat way of letting you choose to have square or round bases as suits.
These are nice-looking figures and will look good on your table-top.