These instructions can also be found in the Battlelund Rulebook, available from our Shop on Wargame Vault.
If you want to start gaming right away, there is no better solution than paper miniatures! Our Battlelund range of paper miniatures includes six complete armies, all of which are brimming with charm and character, are easy to assemble, and extremely affordable and time-saving! You needn’t purchase units piecemeal either (we don’t even sell them that way!), but rather get the entire army for one low price, which you can then use to print out as many of the units as you wish, offering extreme flexibility and customization for a low cost! You can find them all on our Shop on Wargame Vault.
Hobby Knife (optional)
Cutting Mat (optional)
Paper Miniature Sheet
1. Rough cut out miniatures
Cut the sheet into sections. Some miniatures are individuals and are cut out individually. Stands are cut out intact (see the artillery crew in the above photo).
2. Score on the dotted line
Using a ruler and hobby knife, lightly cut along the dotted line.
3. Fold units in half and glue
Fold as accurately as possible along the center line. Scoring helps immensely. Apply glue and press the front and back together.
4. Cut out miniatures
Cut miniatures out with scissors or a hobby knife on a cutting mat. You can use either tool, your miniatures will look great!
Note: The Artillery unit in the top two rows was cut out with scissors, while the bottom row of Large and Characters was cut out with a hobby knife.
5. Place on base
That’s it! Beautiful, no?
Need to make bases? Check out our base making here!
Finished playing? Your miniatures will store great in a sandwich size resealable plastic bag.