Today I want to present my Thule Society for Pulp Alley. Obviously not the good guys, but my League of Adventurers needs a reasonable opponent. My friend Flo played them during our Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa. The minis are from Pulp Figures by Bob Murch. The are lovely sculpted and easy to paint. A must have for any Pulp aficionado!
Before I describe the league itself, let’s take a look at the miniatures.
Stahlmaske – leader
The evil mastermind of the Thule Society.
Dr. Brunhold von Rabenstein – Sidekick
Dr. Brunhold von Rabenstein is a german scientist with high aims and low ethical standards. He is infamous for his “experiments”.
Hasso Faust – Ally
Hasso Faust is a sly and sleazy soldier. Always ready to blow something up.
Heinrich Fleischer – Ally
Heinrich Fleischer is dumb but strong as an ox. He does the job the hard way.
Before you read the character cards keep in mind, that I do not spend all points available due to balancing issues. We played our first campaign using the Pulp Alley rules and tried to keep things as simple as possible. For creating the character cards I used Geckos .
Thule Society for Pulp Alley (cards):
I am pretty happy with my paint job so far. But Heinrich Fleischer is not perfectly painted. I guess painting skin is one of the hardest parts of our hobby.
I’m wondering what other people think about painting skin. Tell me about your experience in the comments below.
5 thoughts on “Thule Society for Pulp Alley or the dark side of Pulp”
I can paint flesh, if you want some tips.
Hi Christopher, tips are always highly appreciated. 🙂
Great character figs! I need to get some Pulp Figures just for fun. How well did those character stats work out in-game?
Thanks for your comment. We had no problems using this stats in our Pulp campaign. Pulp Alley is a great game and the leagues are highly customizable.
Nice job. I really like the Sidekick.