Sculpting HATE: The Life of a Miniature

From across the battlefield, their eyes lock. Two war-hardened killers ready to do battle one more time. They are both adorned with the chains and spikes that serve as makeshift armor in this desolate wasteland. Their garb is little more than the fur and animal hides that can be scrounged for warmth and protection from the harsh environment. Human skulls are worn as a warning to their foes as much as they are for decoration. Blades drawn, they advance. Their faces set in a grim look of concentration and hate.

When players face off against an opponent in a game like HATE, their miniature figures represent team members going into battle for them. They are the physical representation of everything they’re fighting for. The better those miniatures look, the easier it is to get lost in the narrative of the game.

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