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Glenda the Sorceress

Product no.: OZZ200

Glenda the Sorceress

Contains one 28mm scale miniature

£4.00 *
Delivery weight: 30 g

Knights of Renown with Command

Product no.: OZZ201

Knights of Renown with Command

Unit contains 11 mounted miniatures

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 290 g

Munchkin Eagle Riders

Product no.: OZZ202

Set contains five Giant Eagles with Munchkin Eagle Riders

£28.00 *
Delivery weight: 290 g

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Southern Province

Product no.: OZZ203

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Southern Province

Unit contains 21 miniatures including mounted officer

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 450 g

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Central Province

Product no.: OZZ204

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Central Province

Unit contains 21 miniatures including mounted officer

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 450 g

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Northern Province

Product no.: OZZ205

Quadling Infantry Regiment with Command – Northern Province

Unit contains 21 miniatures including mounted officer

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 450 g

Quadling Light Artillery Piece with Crew

Product no.: OZZ206

Quadling Light Artillery Piece with Crew

Unit contains 5 crew and artillery piece

£12.00 *
Delivery weight: 200 g

Quadling Medium Artillery Piece with Crew

Product no.: OZZ207

Medium Artillery Piece with Crew

Unit contains 5 crew and artillery piece

£12.00 *
Delivery weight: 200 g

Quadling Cavalry on Great Boars with Command

Product no.: OZZ208

Quadling Cavalry on Great Boars with Command

Unit contains 11 mounted miniatures

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 770 g

Quadling Lancers on Great Boars with Command

Product no.: OZZ209

Quadling Lancers on Great Boars with Command

Unit contains 11 mounted miniatures

£32.00 *
Delivery weight: 770 g

Quadling Quadling Mounted Officers

Product no.: OZZ210

Quadling Mounted Officers

Unit contains three mounted miniatures

£12.00 *
Delivery weight: 230 g

Colonel Hans Von Guufling – Southern Province

Product no.: OZZ211

Colonel Hans Von Guufling – Southern Province

Contains one 28mm scale miniature

£4.00 *
Delivery weight: 30 g

Colonel Franz Von Guffling

Product no.: OZZ212

Colonel Franz Von Guffling

Contains one 28mm scale miniature

£4.00 *
Delivery weight: 30 g

Colonel Rolf Von Guffling

Product no.: OZZ213

Colonel Rolf Von Guffling

Contains one 28mm scale miniature

£4.00 *
Delivery weight: 30 g

Baron Von Guufling

Product no.: OZZ214

Baron Von Guufling

Contains one 28mm scale miniature

£4.00 *
Delivery weight: 30 g

Guffling Sweetie Cart

Product no.: OZZ215

Guffling Sweetie Cart

Contains three 28mm scale miniatures plus a multi-piece sweet trolley model

£12.00 *
Delivery weight: 120 g
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Quadling Miniatures

Kingdom of the Quadlings

South of the Munchkin townships, just across the river is the imposingly-named Kingdom of the Quadlings. In truth, there is no king, just three princes each in charge of one province. Furthermore all three princes are loyal and adoring subjects of the Most Noble and Gracious Witch of the South, Her Highness, the Lady Glenda.

Wars of Ozz Quadling Infantry

History

Before the Last Great War, this was a prosperous region famous for its heavy industry and
mineral riches. Small cities dotted the landscape, supplying goods to lands far distant. When the
war broke out, the future Quadling Kingdom, because it was so important to the enemy, took
devastating hits from Madness bombs. The cities were shattered as manias swept the victims,
tearing apart all sense of place and belonging. The land remained an empty ruin even after the
war ended.
For a long time after, the land was barely habitable as the Madness virus still thrived in the ruins.
And then one day a wagon train of human refugees came out of the Great Impassable Desert.
They called themselves the Quadling family, members of a religious sect that had been driven out
of their homeland by marauders. They were determined avoid the sins of the ancients who had
lost their way, seduced by the mechanized world. A simple life and hard work would bring the
Quadlings to salvation. Although peaceful by their faith, they had to fight their way past the goatriding
nomad raiders of the desert to reach their new home.

Quadlings and Gilikins locked in battle in Wars of Ozz


The empty land of southern Ozz suited them. The few tribes that remained were lost in their
manias, isolated, and easily avoided. Going north they ran into the Munchkins, but after some
short and half-hearted skirmishes with the Munchkins, the Quadlings set their border on the river
and settled their new homeland. Three provinces were established, each led by a prince, one of
the sons of the father. The three together formed the Kingdom of the Quadlings. Oddly enough,
although they had princes, the Quadlings had no king only an empty throne. That seat could only
be filled by the head of the family who they believed would one day he would return to claim his
throne. Until then, the Quadlings were ruled by the Council of Princes.

Wars of Ozz Quadlings Southern Province


Over time, the Quadlings made peace with the Munchkins and even intermarried with them. Their
children and their children’s children acquired the best (or worst depending on who you ask)
features of their parents. Quadlings were always a big, rustic folk, and so they remained, though
now with the jovial features and disposition of their Munchkin ancestors.
When the witches arrived, the Quadlings were fortunate. Of the three, Arella and Evora saw no
value in the peace-loving Quadlings while Glenda took a liking to their simple ways and gentle
natures. She offered to ally and aid them. After remarkably short negotiation, the Quadlings
accepted her as their Regent-Queen, advisor to the Council of Princes.
Given her own province across the river at the foothills of the Great Abine Mountains, Glenda
sought advice from the Wizard for a proper alliance of their two lands and for advice on how to
best defend the kindly Quadlings. Following his guidance she has formed the first ever Quadling
Citizen’s Army. From her crystal palace, Chronometria, Glenda benevolently rules a nation of
farmers and frontiersmen.