Major Awesome and Kid Liberty in Where Heroes Dare!

So I thought I would do something fun for Mongo's, my erstwhile Companion, Birthday this year and decided to give him the gift of America, because America rocks. And what better way to show that America rocks than with these two fine figures.

I used a Diorama case that is for something as mundane as a baseball and slapped a piece of Alternate World War 2 goodness into it!

Here is a shot of our two Agents of Freedom. I used sculpey to create the wall and the pavement.

I raided my bitz bin for scraps and debris to strew on the base.

I made it so the models' bases fit into the display base so they can be removed for play. I took some images from the web and worked them together to make the propaganda posters on the wall and ground.

Now what fun are miniatures if you can't use them? Sure they are pretty, but isn't it more rewarding to have these guys slamming shield into some monocled Nazi's face? So here are some rough and ready rules for the Agents of Freedom for use in Where Heroes Dare!. Make sure whoever you are playing with agrees in their use because they break all the Character Creation rules, but should be a heck of a lot of fun to play!

Major Awesome who is all kinds of awesome.

Kid Liberty his faithful sidekick.

Happy Birthday Mongo!



  1. Superb Sir. Love the fact you made it so they could be removed from the vingnette and love the custom character sheets too.

    And Happy Birthday to Mongo too. Waffles all round!

  2. Mongo is one lucky dude to have a buddy like you! Fantastic looking diorama and thanks for sharing the dossiers of those characters!

  3. That's awesome! I need to work on being a better friend before my next Birthday!

  4. HOLY CRAP!!!! Those are awesome!!!! GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!!!! Thanks brother, those are incredible. I can't wait to use them in some poorly planned out game of my design.

  5. Great job! Where does one find a 28mm Cap'n and sidekick?


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