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There have been a number of manufactures who have produced Glorantha miniatures for the RuneQuest and HeroQuest role-playing games.
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The following is not a compleat list.
Archive Miniatures produced RuneQuest Miniatures in the 1970/80s (The range might have been pick up by another manufacture).
Martians Metals Miniatures
Briefly held the RQ miniatures license (OOP)
Tabletop Games produced a range of 25mm RuneQuest miniatures (The range might have been pick up by another manufacture).
In 1982 Citadel produced a number of 25mm RuneQuest miniatures box sets to support the Games Workshop edition of the rules. Trollkin Forge produced the miniatures in the US. (OOP).
In 1984 Ral Partha started to produced a range of RuneQuest miniatures until the early 1990s (OOP).
Lance and Laser
Lance and Laser did produced and range of HeroQuest miniatures before they sold them to Armorcast.
Mongoose produced a number of RuneQuest miniatures box sets to support their edition of RuneQuest (OOP).
Mad Knight Castings
Mad Knight Castings took up production (2011/13) of a series of RuneQuest miniatures, including the traditional Broo, Skeleton and so on, but also rarely heard of Prax tribes like the cannibals and the men-and-a-half. Now planning to do some Glorantha minatures by Kickstarter and a set of miniatures rules.
Rapier Miniatures have been licenced in 2017 to produced a range of Glorantha miniatures.
Infinity Engine have been licenced to make offical miniatures for "RuneQuest, Roleplaying in Glorantha".
Gloranthan Army - Fan site on miniatures for Glorantha gaming.
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