On the official Ironclaw site, you will find free
"cardboard hero" paper models for the Ironclaw
RPG. But what if you want an army of horses, and there's just one horse soldier on the
whole sheet? Rather than wasting twenty sheets of paper for twenty models,
here's an alternative: paper models stored as a font that you can load into
your PC, then arrange on a document, scale as you see fit, and print out, cut out,
fold up, tape and use!
Ironclaw Stand-Ups #1, "Allies and Adversaries," features 24 models of assorted species
and professions, with a focus on NPCs found in large groups: soldiers, brigands, hostile
lizards, a mob of angry peasants, or even a horde of zombies! Accessories (weapons and
shields) are also included. You can find a full
in the gallery.
Ironclaw Stand-Ups #2 is a set of paper models for use with the new Jadeclaw expansion
to Ironclaw. 27 paper models are contained in this set: peasants, soldiers, monsters
and lizards. A "riding lizard" special model is included for depicting mounted
characters, as well as blank frame templates and accessories. You can find a
preview in the gallery. (Changes:
Version "1.1" replaces a missing back view for the "Viper.")
Ironclaw Stand-Ups #3, "Heroes," features 28 models based on illustrations from the
main rulebook by Tracy Butler, Phil Burgess, Mary "Kitsumi" Lai, Chris Goodwin,
Jason Holmgren, K-9 and yours truly. This includes the 10 sample characters, the NPCs
from the (first printing) introductory adventure, elementals, and more! You can
find a full preview
in the gallery.
Ironclaw Stand-Ups #4, "Closing of the City Gates," features 28 models based on
illustrations from the main rulebook by Tracy Butler, Phil Morrissey, Nami Jarret,
Jeff Robinson, Sara Palmer, Jason Holmgren, and Conrad Wong. This includes characters
from the "mini-comics," as well as NPCs from the sample adventure, "The Closing of the
City Gates." You can find a full
in the gallery. This is the "beta" incomplete version, as the final version will have
two more models to make a total of 30.
Ironclaw Scenery #1 is an assortment of paper model designs for doors, furniture,
and other inanimate objects for use to mark out playing areas for games of Ironclaw.
This is the incomplete "beta" version, and as time allows, more images may be added
to the set. Version "0.3" has been updated as of 25 Oct 2002, with the matrices cleaned
up a bit so that the front/back sides line up better.
Ironclaw Symbols #1 is a collection of
symbols of various brands of magic, religions and orders shown in the Ironclaw rulesbook
and supplements (including Jadeclaw), plus a few I've made up on my own. Updated to
"version 1.1" as of 23 Oct 2002, to add a few more runes to the symbol keys.
You can also find .pdf sheets full of "cardboard heroes", plus blank template sheets at the
official Ironclaw site:
And, if you like this format for TrueType fonts, and would like to find more paper
models for use with games of Ironclaw or other RPGs, I highly recommend checking out
the following link:
So, do you like the fonts? Would you like to see more? Do you actually have a use for
these in your role-playing games? Is there some other format that would be more
useful to you? If so, please
let me know, because it's very helpful
to get some feedback to help me determine the direction(s) I should go next.
Ironclaw and Jadeclaw are copyright 1999-2002
Sanguine Productions, Limited.
Used with permission; all rights reserved. Sparks are a trademark of Cumberland
Games and Diversions.
Images and artwork on this page are copyright by
T. Jordan "Greywolf" Peacock.
This site is not official, and should not be considered representative of the quality
of products of Sanguine Productions, Ltd.