Wyrd Games Announces New Limited Zoraida Box Sculpts For Malifaux

The swamps outside of Malifaux City are restless, and in the thick of it all, one witch in particular is pulling the strings: Zoraida. Wyrd Games, a tabletop game design company based in Marietta, GA, has taken note of this and has announced the next Rotten Harvest sculpts, which feature Zoraida the Hag and her crew for Malifaux.

The front of the box for Toil And Trouble, the Rotten Harvest limited-edition sculpts for Zoraida, a Neverborn/Bayou Master from Wyrd Games' tabletop wargame, Malifaux.
The front of the box for Toil And Trouble, the Rotten Harvest limited-edition sculpts for Zoraida, a Neverborn/Bayou Master from Wyrd Games' tabletop wargame, Malifaux.

The limited-edition Toil And Trouble boxed set, a special kit for the Halloween season, contains Zoraida and stand-ins for various different Swampfiend models in the Malifaux wargame: Zoraida's Voodoo Doll totem is now Prince Toadem, a frog prince-type model, Waldgeists are now Witches of the Woods, which appear much like the three witches from the film Hocus Pocus, a "Bedeviled Kettle" stands in for Bad Juju, the bruiser of the boxed set, and, as with all Rotten Harvest releases, the kit comes with a bunch of pumpkins. The whole kit comes pre-assembled much like the miniatures from Wyrd Games' other wargame The Other Side.

Furthermore, a second kit for Rotten Harvest is set to be released alongside Toil And Trouble. This other boxed set, called Beware The Lights, contains other models in the Swampfiend category, which makes them perfect to accompany Zoraida's box. The Oberling is a stand-in for the Adze, and Kinderbaum are alternate Will-O-The-Wisps.

The front of the box for Beware The Lights, a limited-edition boxed set for Malifaux, a wargame by Wyrd Games.
The front of the box for Beware The Lights, a limited-edition boxed set for Malifaux, a wargame by Wyrd Games.

You can watch Wyrd Games' own trailer for this set of releases in the YouTube video link at the bottom of this article. Meanwhile, what do you think about this year's Rotten Harvest limited-edition miniatures? Let us know your thoughts about Malifaux's latest special edition minis in the comments below!

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Josh Nelson is a Magic: The Gathering deckbuilding savant, a self-proclaimed scholar of all things Sweeney Todd, and, of course, a writer for Bleeding Cool. In their downtime, Josh can be found painting models, playing Magic, or possibly preaching about the horrors and merits of anthropophagy. You can find them on Twitter at @Burning_Inquiry for all your burning inquiries.
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