Hellboy Krampus Miniature Revealed For Hellboy: The Board Game
As November rears its ugly head through the proverbial door that is 2019, the debate regarding whether the beginning of this month qualifies as the holiday seasons surfaces once more. With the holiday season in everyone’s face, comes holiday festivities for nerd-favorite pastimes. One such nerd pastime is tabletop gaming, which has been graced for over a year now by the presence of Hellboy, everyone’s favorite demon anti-hero. Last year, Hellboy: The Board Game rung in the holidays with Ho! Ho! Hellboy, a Christmas-themed verison of the Hellboy miniature. Now, this year looks to include German folklore enthusiasts with a Hellboy Krampus miniature.
The new Hellboy Krampus miniature has been listed on the official Mantic Games website. The miniature is modeled after the half goat/half demon folklore figure known for brutally murdering naughty European children on Christmas and his appearance in the Hellboy: Krampusnacht one-off novel released in 2017. The 6cm miniature comes unpainted, but in its finished form, fans can paint it to look like it leaped right off of the graphic novel pages.
The miniature also comes with Unexpected Thread cards that can be added to the game’s deck to add a new twist to the tabletop game. The miniature is now available for pre-order for $44.99 on the Mantic Games website, but players may want to act fast, as orders will only be accepted until the end of 2019. Krampus miniatures will start shipping on December 8th, which should have him ready in time to nestle under a Christmas tree present that he will hopefully not break out of the confines of prematurely. This is the perfect gift for any Hellboy fan in your life looking to add a little fire and fury to their holiday gaming sessions.
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A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.