One of the things that is a bit tedius while playing Arkham Horror are the mini-portraits. They are very thin, even with mini-sleeves. They are hard to pick up, hard to flip over, and they take up a lot of space at each location.
Inspired by my Netrunner KeyChains, I began work with my designer, David, making mini-portraits for the (investi)Gators in Arkham Horror. We've been busy perfecting Roland and Akachi mini-portraits that will be easily distinguishable on the table, feature cool character art, be much easier to flip over, and will not take up as much space on the board. I learned with my path markers that their small size was very helpful in keeping things organized nicely during play.
These Mini-Portraits will be small enough to not obfuscate locations and take up space for monsters or clues while being easy to manipulate. They are about 1in x 1.5in and made out of fiberglass and copper plated with real gold.
One side features a character portrait while the other side features a silhouette and the character's name and class.
1 Mini Portait token -- Roland-style
Supports the following
Arkham Horror LCG
These vibrant tokens differ from the standard tokens on the market because they are made with fiberglass and thin layers of metal.
Some of the tokens were produced with a yellow film covering them. You can safely peel these away using your fingernail or by grabbing some of the frayed edges of the film.
Designed for use with Arkham Horror: LCG by Fantasy Flight Publishing Inc. Aurbits is not affiliated with Fantasy Flight Publishing Inc. and they do not endorse these products.
These are fan-art works of love created by a dedicated fan to spread my love for the game, bolster the community, and keep players engaged.
The artwork is adapted or created by David Schuttenhelm and produced by Miles Aurbeck at Aurbits.
This item is NOT a toy and is NOT intended for use by children under the age of 14.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—Small parts
Not for children under 14 yrs.