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A look at the Arkham Horror Investigator Miniatures
Arkham Horror Investigators | Published 03 November 2010

They did not call the condition true insanity, but classed it rather among neurotic disorders. My course in trying to track down and analyze it, instead of vainly seeking to dismiss or forget it, they heartily endorsed as correct according to the best psychological principles. I especially valued the advice of such physicians as had studied me during my possession by the other personality.
      – H. P. Lovecraft, The Shadow Out of Time

The quiet Massachusetts town of Arkham is full of diverse personalities... and some are a bit more eccentric than others. Now, you can bring them all to your tabletop in fine detail and vibrant color with pre-painted Arkham Horror Investigator Miniatures!

For years, Arkham Horror has stood apart as one of FFG’s most thematic gaming experiences. Players have consistently been drawn into the shared storytelling experience it creates, in which they represent the courageous few standing between humanity and a millennium of darkness. With its themes of terror, insanity, and unlikely heroism, Arkham Horror faithfully captures the mythos of H.P. Lovecraft and his literary circle, providing fuel for the imagination while transporting players to another time and place.

Now, Arkham Horror Investigator Miniatures provide a whole new level of immersion.

Yesterday we announced the availability of these remarkable collectibles, and the response so far has been fantastic. In fact, if you’ve attempted to purchase the complete set from our webstore and found it out of stock, don’t give up. We’ve become aware of a minor technical issue occasionally resulting in a misrepresentation of our inventory, and we’re working to correct it. Rest assured, we have these exciting sets available to fill your orders.

These pre-painted figures are among the first ever products to be featured in our Fantasy Flight Collector line of games and components. The miniatures, which replace the investigator markers included with Arkham Horror, provide the perfect enhancement for your game as you explore the horrific and supernatural mysteries of 1920s rural Massachusetts. They’re also a great way to prepare for Mansions of Madness! Order yours in advance of this winter’s most anticipated release, and be ready to explore the crypts, manors, and monasteries of Arkham in style.

Note to Retailers: Due to various production factors of these figures, including manufacturing costs, we're unable to offer this Fantasy Flight Collector product through normal distribution channels. Despite the financial challenge involved, retailers still wishing to carry this product should contact our sales department for more information.

With these pre-painted Arkham Horror investigator miniatures, you’ll have the heroes you need to stand up to the Ancient Ones and defeat the dark forces threatening the world. Head to our product list to check out the full line, then place your order!

Premium Arkham Horror Investigator miniatures bring your favorite Lovecraftian heroes to vivid life. Each pack includes one pre-painted figure to replace the investigator marker included with the Arkham Horror board game. Enhance your game and rise up against the Ancient Ones in style!

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Panzergrenadier
Published: 11/4/2010 1:31:44 PM
#7

My wallet is filing for a divorce now for all the pain and suffering I put it through.

ffgfan
Published: 11/4/2010 2:46:08 AM
#6

I love minis and those are cool, specialy when  You play Arkham. Nice one FFG, thanks!

paradiddlebob
Published: 11/3/2010 10:22:00 PM
#5

 For what it's worth, cardboard is good enough for me.

Ruvion
Published: 11/3/2010 10:17:27 PM
#4

"I didn't want to spend $200 on all of them, but I did." - biomage FTW.

biomage
Published: 11/3/2010 9:15:32 PM
#3

 I didn't want to spend $200 on all of them, but I did. 

allenkwest
Published: 11/3/2010 7:20:56 PM
#2

Well, I'm going to have to plan a trip FFG Center in the near future.

runehardt
Published: 11/3/2010 6:47:57 PM
#1

I don't want to spend 200.00 on all of them, but I will certainly consider a dozen or so.

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