Saturday, September 19, 2020

The situation could change again, but I am back being able to order DAD product, including special orders.

Friday, June 26, 2020

D.A.D 3D Printed Prices - Added to Listing

Effective June 26th, 2020, I have added prices - in US dollars - to the items in the D.A.D. listing. Note that some items have gone up in price slightly.

Find the listing HERE.

Also note that due to the Covid-19 situation I am unable to order any re-stock or special orders so everything is "limited to the counter mix" as they say.

Not all the items in the listing are in stock. I will try and do an inventory and post more-or-less current totals. 

Sunday, January 5, 2020

Reminder: The 40% off Tekumel Club Sale ends Jan 19th!

Smiley want to say something...

Just a reminder that this sale ends January 19th!

A great opportunity to save 40%!

Or 50% if already a Tekumel Club member! Not sure if you are? If you have ordered from me in the past then consider your membership is still valid regardless of how long ago it was.  8)

A warning: I am running low on some things. I can give you a rain check but I cannot guarantee how long it will take to get the necessary bits. There are just too many imponderables.

Also: I have severely limited numbers of my original Yan Koryani - Valiant of Ke'er, Tleku Miriya 1 & 2 and even Turquoise Eye. These were originally produced via Eureka.

I even have a few unreleased Yan Koryani in the form of Black Bough 2-handed swordsmen, and Heavy infantry with pikes. The latter does for a number of units. These remain unreleased because I am missing bits such as standards, or in the case of the Black Bough sword blades as well.

BUT it may be the case that you are not particular - you can stick weapons on from your bits box, or are willing to substitute shields from my generic fantasy range, or can make your own standard. I have the castings and will sell them. If they would normally come with shields you can pick shields form my generic range to go with them (included in the price, of course.)

All I'm saying is they're "as is" for the moment. Until the moulds get made or the greens finished. This is all stuff I have little or no control of.

So, again, a reminder: the sale ends on Jan 19th!

Sunday, December 1, 2019

The Tekumel Club - Trial Membership offer: save 40%

EDIT: Offer extended until Jan 19th, 2020.

In lieu of a Black Friday sale I have decided to offer trial one month Tekumel Club memberships: For the month of December  until Jan 19th, 2020, anybody can purchase Tekumel Club products as if they were Tekumel Club members. This is a savings of 40% off the regular prices. Note that there are some items the discount does not apply to, most noticeably the DAD 3D printed stuff, which I have to import from the USA.

What is the Tekumel Club?

The membership costs $50 CAD and provides a 40% discount from the regular price of items, subject to the limitations noted above. The duration is indefinite: if I had a really large range I would make it one year, like the Old Glory Army Card, but my range isn't, and I want people to feel they have gotten their money's worth, so currently no expiry date. Many people renew anyway, every few years, because the Tekumel Project is the only source of Tekumel miniatures and joining the club helps there to be more.

Normally, the "break-even" point with the club is at $128 give or take. By that I mean that $128 worth of miniatures w/o the discount is approximately the same as $128 worth of miniatures, less 40%, plus the $50 cost of the membership.

So the offer is:

1) For the month of December 2019 Until Jan 19th 2020, you may trial the Tekumel Club membership for free;

2) You will get the 40% discount on any Tekumel Project miniatures on offer - per the restrictions noted above;

3) I reserve the right to cancel or limit quantities at any time;

4) If, by the end of the Sale, you have purchased $128 or more miniatures you will be offered the opportunity to join the Tekumel Club for free;

5) As a reward for current members, I can offer an additional 10% off for the month. Recent purchasers will get a credit.

Hope this all seems reasonable and correct to you!

If you have any questions just ask: green27 -AT- sympatico -DOT- ca

Best Regards,
Howard Fielding
The Tekumel Project

Friday, June 28, 2019

New Arrivals and a Price Increase - Oh No!

From the collection of Tony Yates

New arrivals to the Palace of Ever-Glorious War in the form of generic light infantry skirmisher girls. Khmer Amazons from my Garden of Kama range, now offered as a Horde pack for $40. Note that weapons and shields are not provided. I recommend wire javelins from North Star Miniatures. The figures have tabs but are NOT supplied with slotta bases.

And my generic shields have gone up a quarter to $1 each due to rising costs. :-(

Saturday, March 2, 2019

The Exalted Forces of Tléku Miriyá

Excerpt from the Swords & Glory map.

The city of Tléku Miriyá is situated on the south-eastern border shared with Saá Allaqí, at the western end of the Jánnu Mountains, and overlooked by the mighty Borodún Head. (The maps on the Tekumel site erroneously show it as part of Saá Allaqí.)

Lord Zhú Kriyór, the clan leader of Tléku Miriyá, is an enthusiastic supporter of Baron Áld and has raised two guréks in support of his cause.

The Gurék of Tléku Miriyá I

Ochür: Lord Zhú Kriyór   (Ochür means General, in Yán Koryáni) 

5000 Heavy Infantry w. long spears and shields, swords;
3000 Medium Infantry w. throwing spears and shields, swords;
2500 Crossbows w. medium crossbows, swords and pavise shields. Famed for their accuracy.
125 Onagers   Artillerymen w. leather armour, short swords.

The Gurék of Tléku Miriyá II

Ochür: Lord Zhú Kriyór. Sub-general is his younger brother: Zhú Hésha (age: 15)

5000 Medium Infantry w. pikes and small shields, short swords;
4000 Crossbows w. medium crossbows, swords and pavise shields. Famed for their accuracy.
6000 Light Infantry w. no armour, slings, sticks and the occasional sword.
6000 Light Infantry w. no armour, bows, sticks and the occasional sword.

Figures from Tléku Miriyá I painted by Akársh