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HOTT Dragonmen

Here's a WIP army for Hordes of the Things -- Dragonmen!

The dragonmen are led by a dragon magician. This is the Silver Sorcerer from Dungeons and Dragons.

Three stands of mixed lizardmen and troglodytes. The large klizardman is from Mageknight while the remaining ones are from Dungeons and Dragons. I like the lizardman. He resembles a T-Rex imho.

And here are the dragonmen from Mageknight. I could only fit one figure per base but may play these as blades or maybe one as a hero.

This lone stand will be a beast or lurker. Both are from Dungeons and Dragons.

These large nasties are from Dinofroz. Behemoths probably. I'm not too keen on too many beasts.

Most of the figures are repurposed Mageknight and Dungeons and Dragons figures with a smattering of toys from the Dinofroz line. I didn't bother to remove the original paint and just painted over the existing colors with base paint. I still need to do a lot of clean-up though as well as jazz up the bases.


  1. Very HotT stuff mate! Very inspiring page!!!
    Thanks for sharing


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