After years of gaming in virtual worlds, a few used and broken computers and consoles, I had the need to do something real. No more three dimensional models that are on a two dimensional screen, but real and physical models not relying on electricity to exist. Living in a place full of rivers and lakes surrounded by mountains, the video game “Skyrim” was strangely familiar but with a lot more bugs and crashes than in real life. So I decided to transpose Skyrim from the TV to the Table, using card and dice rather than a gamepad.
Writing homebrew rules for tabletop games is a challenge, painting hundreds of small metal miniatures is a big challenge, and building some buildings and a lot of terrain is a huge work. As some terrain was already made, the next step was to find miniatures having some similarity with those in the video game. A few 15mm RPG figures can be used as citizen.
Elves miniatures are used to represent the T’alamort Justiciar, unpleasant people wanting to rule the world of Shneerim.