Gisby's Gaming Blog

September 2, 2020

Dragon Bait Miniatures Victorian Adventure

Dragon Bait Miniatures has released a number of Victorian Adventure miniatures under their ‘Steam Bait’ label. It has their Venus 1888: Women at War figures, and a number of personalities and oddities. I got a few to add to my SPACE 1889 forces.

The first two are Curious Kate and Chatty Cathy, ace reporter and photographer, chasing stories on Mars. They have hired Gurty Gunn as protection. (These are the Dragonbait names, I will be changing them) They are lovely useful little castings, on the large side of 28mm. They came supplied with 25mm bases, which I tossed.

I also got a set of five Russian Steam Robots. They are about 40mm tall, and come in four pieces: Head, body, rifle, and pack.

The robot body is covered in chainmail, with a gas mask-looking face and it bears an iron (or leather) bound pack. They are monstrous in appearance, and should sweep the field.

The pack is detailed with a bucket on one side, and tools on the other.

All five robots are identical, but the separate rifle and head allows for some variation. (As does my lack of skill assembling things)

They come supplied with 25mm bases, but I don’t use 25mm bases, so I replaced them.

The robots are very impressive, and VERY Steampunk.

Also see:

Venus 1888: Women at War (1)

Venus 1888: Women at War (2)

2 Comments »

  1. […] Dragon Bait Victorian Adventure […]

    Pingback by Venus 1888: Women at War (2) | Gisby's Gaming Blog — September 2, 2020 @ 23:16

  2. Thats a lot of lovely ladies you’ve been painting of late Gisby!!

    Cheers Roger.

    Comment by rantingsfromunder — September 8, 2020 @ 11:39


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