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TOG Spiculum lead miniature (unpainted).

Commonwealth Penetrator medium fighter lead miniature (courtesy of LegionsIVhire)

A Cohort of Renegade tanks.

Deliverer grav tank lead miniatures (courtesy of LegionsIVhire)

3d rendering of an Aeneas light grav tank.

3d printed Pallas medium grav tanks.

TOG tank miniatures.

TOG Shiva battleship squadron (courtesy of Coet D. Conley)

3D printed Shiva Battleship miniature (Courtesy of Markymark Ortiz)

Kenderson fighter 3D model done by Chris Hauser.

A miniature figure (also known as a miniature, mini, figure, or fig) is a small-scale representation of a combat unit in Renegade Legion. Miniature figures are commonly made of metal, plastic, or paper. They are used to augment the visual aspects of a game and track position, facing, and line of sight of characters. Miniatures are typically painted and can be artfully sculpted, making them collectible in their own right. The hobby of painting, collecting, and playing with miniatures originated with toy soldiers, though the latter were generally sold pre-painted.

Miniature Sources

With the advent of 3D printing, Renegade Legion players have been starting to create their own models. Some of the other miniatures are still available from specialised stores.

Centurion

Interceptor

Leviathan

Proxies

This is a not-too-complete list of miniatures that can be used as proxies for Renegade Legion tanks, infantry, fighters, or capital ships.

Variable scale

  • Daniel Cleyne has 3D renders of a TOG Legionnaire helmet that could be printed and used for miniature conversions. Also a Stikes combat grav sled.

15mm

6mm

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