Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Sand Worms from Acheson Designs

Uh oh, it looks like there is trouble on the horizon. Graboids have been sighted in Moravia. What implications can this have in the mid 18th Century?

The sand worms are made by Acheson Designs and come with five parts for assembly. The torso and head were attached with a metal pin, some green epoxy putty and Super Glue. The three tongue  or teeth thingys also need to be attached - these were a bit more difficult to attach. I will need to fill in the gaps with more epoxy putty.

The business end of some terrifying tentacles.

The obvious putty line should not be visible once a coat of black primer is applied.

Two Hour Wargames has a rules module called Big Ass Worms (or "BA" Worms) and I plan to use some of the ideas from this to append to my Croat Terror skirmish rules for the 18th Century. It should be a lot of fun to play. Perhaps Brotherhood of the Wolf and Predator could find its way into the 18th Century skirmish games on my table.


  1. Well not the sort of thing you expect in the 18thC, but great fun nonetheless!

  2. Egad! Moravian Graboids! Call in the Sappers and Miners and destroy their nests!

  3. This could be amazing, can't wait to see how it turns out.

  4. What a hoot! Your Jaeger may need some amusettes to deal with these!!�� Cheers, Rohan. ps now where are my Cthulhu figures...?