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A First Look at Crown of Fangs

Friday, December 2, 2016

By now I hope you've had a chance to check out Deadly Foes, the hot new Pathfinder Battles set of pre-painted plastic gaming figures from WizKids that's in stores and shipping from the paizo.com warehouse RIGHT NOW! Deadly Foes contains a wide variety of commonly encountered creatures from the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, and looking at the production-run figures, I think it's one of our finest sets to date. In fact, following up Deadly Foes is a bit intimidating.

Happily, our next set, April's Crown of Fangs, ups the ante in ways that will take me several weeks to fully explore. It's an exciting time for Pathfinder Battles, with lots of new figures and set features unlike anything we've done before.

It's become a bit of a tradition that the first image I post from a new set is that set's limited edition case incentive figure, but in the case of Crown of Fangs, the Court of the Crimson Throne incentive playset is so awesome, so packed with value that I don't have enough time today to go into it in full, glorious detail. Instead, I'd like to show off four figures (including two from the incentive) that give a nice taste of what's in store.

For starters, Crown of Fangs is a bit of an unofficial companion to Paizo's popular Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path, now available in a special collected hardcover edition! The set includes many key NPCs, factions, and creature types encountered in that classic Pathfinder campaign, but the set also includes plenty of "generic" figures useful for any fantasy campaign. Today's preview shows off both types of figures.

First up today is the imposing Queen Ileosa Arabasti, wearer of the titular Crown of Thorns and a major, let's say character, in the Curse of the Crimson Throne campaign. Ileosa previously appeared in a different outfit in our Legends of Golarion set a few years back. I'll leave the reasons behind her costume change to the campaign itself, but suffice it to say we thought it would be fitting to include an "after" figure to Legends of Golarion's "before." Queen Ileosa Arabasti is a Medium, rare figure.

Here's another look at Queen Ileosa seated upon the eponymous Crimson Throne itself, the centerpiece of the Court of the Crimson Throne case incentive playset. The seated version of Ileosa seen here also comes in the incentive playset, and is fully removable from the throne, which stands alone as an amazing piece of dungeon dressing.

But it's not just Crimson Throne and Ileosa all the time. Crown of Fangs also includes tons of in-demand figures for commonly encountered foes such as this awesome Bone Devil. The Bone Devil is a Large, uncommon figure, and I simply cannot wait to add a couple of handfuls of these to my personal Pathfinder Battles collection.

Speaking of Pathfinder Battles collections, the best way to make sure you never miss a single figure is to sign up for a Pathfinder Battles Ongoing Subscription, which delivers Pathinder Battles goodness directly to you as it is released. Your subscriptions are the single most important factor in keeping the line healthy with lots of robust offerings, and I'd like to offer a heart-felt "thanks" to all current and future subscribers.

You guys are the best!

Next week, I'll have more awesome Crown of Fangs figures to reveal!

Until then, I remain...

Erik Mona
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I love all of these! But especially the new Ileosa. She looks marvelous. I hope the final paint job does justice to the deep reds on the digital model!


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Looks great.

Red Mantis Assassins?

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Exciting! ^_^

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Not sure if seated illeosa out of throne should be counted as a separate mini. 'After' Illeosa is a very nice mini indeed. Hope she's not plagued by the issues of her predecessor.

I truly love the throne. The addition,of the draped crimson cloth makes it pop and I think the idea of having a figure seated but removeable is great, now we'll need more seated figures.

However the highlight, the true masterpiece here is the bone devil. Not only is the render awesome (as hopefully will be the final figure but since its large I imagine the detailing will hold) but it's uncommon, uncommon I tell you. Well done.

As for red mantis glutton I think they are mentioned in the set description so we should get some hopefully, I've been championing them for some time now.

Are we also getting dressing pieces in addition to the incentive for thIs one Erik? I would hate to lose the dressing pieces, especially since we just got our first spell effect (which was a huge hit with out group)


I'm wondering if Chained Spirit, Danse Macabre and Minotaur Warriors will show up...

Silver Crusade

Really excited to see the bone devil! Looks like I'm going to need this set to complete my Hell's Rebels set from Deadly Foes---AND to build up my CotCT set.

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My Deadly Foes hasn't even arrived and you've already got me jonesing for the next set. Well played, Mona, well played.

Paizo Employee Publisher, Chief Creative Officer

Glad you guys like it! So much cool stuff to come.

The case incentive is in addition to the normal list of dungeon dressing.


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As a huge fan of Curse of the Crimson Throne and a GM in a long-going campaign of that AP, I absolutely LOVE these minis. April should probably be fine to make it to my table in time!


The removable seated figure is fantastic! On first read and view I didn't realize it was removable. I still liked it, but recognized it as a 1x useful piece. With it being removable I was stoked! Now, the figure can be used in multiple seated settings as well as the throne being used for many other figures. I have a few other seated minis that would be great to place there as needed. Very, very good decision on the throne Erik!


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Wow, these Ileosas are just awesome.

Dark Archive

Great preview, Erik!

-The Bone Devil looks awesome and is much needed. At uncommon variety there should be 3-4 pieces in a case.

-The "Red Queen" medium rare looks good too and was expected.

-While i did expect the "Crimson Throne" as part of the "Court of the Crimson Throne" incentive, the fact that it also includes a "sitting Illeosa" is surprising but great!

Could you maybe show the incentive in all it´s glory next week?
I´m getting a case in any case, but a lot of people on the fence will be swayed by a render picture and this weeks Diamond Previews for december 2016 lists the "Crown of Fangs" set for pre-order.

Thanks again for your time, here are my predictions for the set:

:
-Dream Spider s
-Red Mantis Assassin w sabre
-Red Mantis w two sabres
-Red Mantis Leader
-Grey Maiden Footsoldier
-Grey Maiden Guard
-Grey Maiden Archer
-Grey Maiden Leader
-Necrophidus
-Cultist of Urgathoa
-Cleric of Urgathoa
-Wolverine
-Garden Guardian/Plant Skeleton
-Shoanti Archer
-Shoanti Skald
-Shoanti Female
-Executioner
-Marai Rakshasa
-Manananggal
-Shadow
-Dread Skeleton
-Fext Female
-Geist
-Green Dress Illeosa
-Owlbear Skeleton L
-Giant Moray Eel L
-Belker L
-Leukodaemon L
-Meladaemon L
-Minotaur Skeleton L
-Ash Giant L
-Rakshasa
-Blackjack/Vigilante
-Chained Spirit
-Rakshasa Female
-Danse Macabre L
-Red Reaver L
-Horned Devil L
-Belier Devil

-Pillar
-Guillotine
-Painting on stand
-Statue of Lissala
-Chair

Greetings from Germany


It would be nice to get a King Eodred mini in this set.

Dark Archive

OMG! I am at Art Basel and this minis can hold their own with the artwork here!

These are blow my mind amazing! Thank you Mr. Mona!

These are my favorite lesbian miniatures so far!

HUZZAH!


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Those are just awesome - better start saving,


That crimson throne mini is gorgeous. Absolutely spectacular.

Shadow Lodge

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Not a bad list Marco, although I hope we get a cytillipede in this or the next set. They seem to pop up a bit, plus a large centipede is always cool, especially if it matches the quality of the medium we've already got. A few derro variants would also be very nice, to round out the derro, say a mystic or a leader figure, there's certainly some excellent art out there, in the latest AP or the monster codex for instance.

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Cat-thulhu wrote:
Not a bad list Marco, although I hope we get a cytillipede in this or the next set. They seem to pop up a bit, plus a large centipede is always cool, especially if it matches the quality of the medium we've already got. A few derro variants would also be very nice, to round out the derro, say a mystic or a leader figure, there's certainly some excellent art out there, in the latest AP or the monster codex for instance.

You´re right of course with the Cytillipede and Derro, Cat-thulhu.

I limited my predictions to creatures that havn´t been made in Pathfinder Battles before and which have good full-body illustrations either in the CotCT hardcover or the Bestiaries. ;-)

I´d like a mini of "Vreeg" (on page 64) too, or some of the great humanoid NPCs, but monsters have a wider appeal.

That being said, we now have roughly 50% of the creatures in the first Bestiary produced as PFB miniatures (depending on if you count tiny and small dragons without full stats or not) and i hope to have that number up to 100% by 2020. ;-)

The Bone Devil is already the first of the still missing minis. :-)


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we have two Derro already, how often do they show up that you need more?

very fine stuff in this preview btw.


Those look really good. Can't wait to have them in my collection.

Marco Massoudi wrote:

list:
-Dream Spider s

-Red Mantis Assassin w sabre
-Red Mantis w two sabres
-Red Mantis Leader
-Grey Maiden Footsoldier
-Grey Maiden Guard
-Grey Maiden Archer
-Grey Maiden Leader
-Necrophidus
-Cultist of Urgathoa
-Cleric of Urgathoa
-Wolverine
-Garden Guardian/Plant Skeleton
-Shoanti Archer
-Shoanti Skald
-Shoanti Female
-Executioner
-Marai Rakshasa
-Manananggal
-Shadow
-Dread Skeleton
-Fext Female
-Geist
-Green Dress Illeosa
-Owlbear Skeleton L
-Giant Moray Eel L
-Belker L
-Leukodaemon L
-Meladaemon L
-Minotaur Skeleton L
-Ash Giant L
-Rakshasa
-Blackjack/Vigilante
-Chained Spirit
-Rakshasa Female
-Danse Macabre L
-Red Reaver L
-Horned Devil L
-Belier Devil

-Pillar
-Guillotine
-Painting on stand
-Statue of Lissala
-Chair

That's a very good list. I would add this one though, to go with the Orik mini we already have : Verik Vancaskerkin


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I'm just giving everyone fair warning that I'll be buying every single one of these.


OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG! *swoons*

Ruyan.

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The D&D Icons 6 set has a large "Black Pudding" in it.

While it is nice to finally getting one, i wish for a proper HUGE sized Pathfinder one.

Erik, how are the chances of including HUGE minis in the Pathfinder Battles sets coming after "Crown of Fangs"?

I would buy 2 cases if we could get one (irregular) set with reduced minis number (Storm King´s Thunder had 6 different huge uncommon sculpts & 4 huge rare sculpts for a total of 10).

What do you other guys and gals think about that?

## HUGE fantasy creatures from the first Bestiary (that havn´t been done in PFB or D&D Icons or are just giant animals easily available as toys):

01 Aboleth,
02 Abyssal Spider (Bebilith),
03 Behir,
04 Black Pudding
05 Bulette
06 Nalfeshnee (Greed demon)
07 Black Dragon (Ancient - the H&M incentive was more of a large)
08 Blue Dragon (Adult)
09 Green Dragon (Adult)
10 Dragon Turtle
11 Air Elemental
12 Earth Elemental
13 Fire Elemental
14 Water Elemental
15 Giant Flytrap
16 Froghemoth
17 Hydra
18 Remorhaz
19 Retriever (Spider construct)
20 Shoggoth

That are enough creatures for two sets.


The huges elemantals would be nice. I only have the old D&D huge fire.

Heck, I would buy them even if they would come in a non-random pack, one of each. The ones we have from the pathfinder battle are so nice that the huge would just complete the serie.

While dragons are nice, we already have a few of multiple colours. So if I need one but don't have the right colours, it's not as big of a problem. The dragon turtle would be a nice piece however.

Dark Archive

NEWSFLASH:

"D&D Icons 6: MM 2" will be out in exactly 4 weeks on the 4th of january 2017!

"Pathfinder Battles: Crown of Fangs" seems to have been pushed back to may 2017!!!

I´ve got this from Wizkids product schedule.
The D&D set changed from 01/2017 to 2017-01-04.

PFB:CoF changed from 04/2017 to 05/2017.

win.wizkids.com/solicitsMonthly.php?year=2017&month=01&game=0


In terms of huge minis, I think the most needed huge minis in the whole game are

Aboleth
Behir
Black Pudding or Shoggoth, easy enough to substitute
Froghemoth
Hydra
Water Elemental

I would love to be able to buy any and/or all of these.


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I'm OK with a month delay on this set. Things were getting a little tight with the budget. An extra month will make a huge difference.

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Berk the Black wrote:
I'm OK with a month delay on this set. Things were getting a little tight with the budget. An extra month will make a huge difference.

I agree that the time between january 4th and either april or may 2017 is to my liking too.

2016:

January: "PFB: The Rusty Dragon Inn"
April: "IotR: Monster Menagerie"
September: "IotR: Storm King´s Thunder"
November: "PFB: Deadly Foes"

2017:
January: "IotR: Monster Menagerie II"
April/May: "PFB: Crown of Fangs"
???: ???
???:???

D&D seems to have made almost every creature from the 5E Monster Manual (but not from Volos Guide to Monsters), whereas there are tons of creatures and NPCs left to make from the Pathfinder Bestiaries, Codices & APs.

Dark Archive

Hm, no preview on friday, hope we'll get one today.

I forgot one mini prediction for this set that is also in the next D&D set: the:

:
Sea Hag

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If it matches the art in CotCT then I'll happily take one

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Cat-thulhu wrote:
If it matches the art in CotCT then I'll happily take one

Do you mean the art from the original CotCT AP which is now the Bestiary art or the new art from the CoTCT hardcover (page 91)?

While i like both illustrations, i prefer the classic one, which is more general, over the named version.

But ultimately we need one done in PFB to complete the "group" (im not writing the more obvious word as not to spoil some people).


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Marco Massoudi wrote:

NEWSFLASH:

"D&D Icons 6: MM 2" will be out in exactly 4 weeks on the 4th of january 2017!

"Pathfinder Battles: Crown of Fangs" seems to have been pushed back to may 2017!!!

I´ve got this from Wizkids product schedule.
The D&D set changed from 01/2017 to 2017-01-04.

PFB:CoF changed from 04/2017 to 05/2017.

win.wizkids.com/solicitsMonthly.php?year=2017&month=01&game=0

Really REALLY tired of Wizards sets pushing ours back.

Especially painful since I'm running COTCT right now ><

Dark Archive

The "Pathfinder Deep Cuts" unpainted miniatures are supposed to come out in january 2017, but have no exact release date yet.
The unpainted D&D minis line has the same timeslot.

As D&D Icons 6 will be out on january 4th, i expect the unpainted stuff to be pushed back a little (probably to the first wednesday of february), but that's just my guess.

As this is the next Pathfinder miniatures product, any information on this would be much appreciated.
Maybe Erik has some info on this?

I also expect Wizkids to later release prepainted versions of these sculpts, as they have already gone to the "trouble" of showing color computer renders of them.

Dark Archive

No miniature news this week so far.

Three weeks till the next miniatures release on january 4th 2017.

Hopefully tonight or tomorrow will bring something.

Looking forward to hearing from Erik again on friday (saturday morning in Germany).

Dark Archive

"The Book of the Damned" dressing piece sold out.

Dark Archive

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I have now rated 49 of the 50 minis in "Deadly Foes" in detail and will rate the "Hellgate" (which has been gifted to me by a great guy) when i am able to drive home from my gf's place (i'm still too sick).

I will post a thorough review of the entire set then and rank it in comparison with the first 10 sets.

Two things that come to mind:

The faces are finally great - even better than in RD.

The quality of the 13 common minis has never been better.

Thx a lot Erik, Mike and everyone else involved.

Hope to hear from you in 24 hours.


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Marco Massoudi wrote:

The D&D Icons 6 set has a large "Black Pudding" in it.

While it is nice to finally getting one, i wish for a proper HUGE sized Pathfinder one.

Erik, how are the chances of including HUGE minis in the Pathfinder Battles sets coming after "Crown of Fangs"?

I would buy 2 cases if we could get one (irregular) set with reduced minis number (Storm King´s Thunder had 6 different huge uncommon sculpts & 4 huge rare sculpts for a total of 10).

What do you other guys and gals think about that?

## HUGE fantasy creatures from the first Bestiary (that havn´t been done in PFB or D&D Icons or are just giant animals easily available as toys):

01 Aboleth,
02 Abyssal Spider (Bebilith),
03 Behir,
04 Black Pudding
05 Bulette
06 Nalfeshnee (Greed demon)
07 Black Dragon (Ancient - the H&M incentive was more of a large)
08 Blue Dragon (Adult)
09 Green Dragon (Adult)
10 Dragon Turtle
11 Air Elemental
12 Earth Elemental
13 Fire Elemental
14 Water Elemental
15 Giant Flytrap
16 Froghemoth
17 Hydra
18 Remorhaz
19 Retriever (Spider construct)
20 Shoggoth

That are enough creatures for two sets.

I'd rather not see repeats from the D&D Minis Huge sets (Behir, Bulette, Dragons, Elementals). I understand that people that missed out the first time around have to pay a premium now, but there have been so few Huge sets that any repeat takes a spot that could be filled by a Huge Monster that has never been done and would have to wait years for another chance.


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12 of the 20 huges listed above have already been made. I'd be fine with Pathfinder versions of the Huges already done, even having most of those D&D versions already myself. In fact, I think the Hydra is at the top of my list for a remake. Especially if it had legs. Elementals macthing the style of the other sizes would also be great, although with as big as the larges are I have a feeling huge versions of these would weigh a ton. Still, they'd be welcome additions.

That being said, there are definitely a few minis on that list that haven't been made that I'd really like to see. I had given up hope of ever getting proper Aboleth and Retriever minis for my collection.

Basically, I'd be interested in ANY huges in the Pathfinder Battles line. Opening up boosters from Storm King's Thunder reminded me just how much fun it is to get new huge minis.


Furdinand wrote:
Marco Massoudi wrote:

The D&D Icons 6 set has a large "Black Pudding" in it.

While it is nice to finally getting one, i wish for a proper HUGE sized Pathfinder one.

Erik, how are the chances of including HUGE minis in the Pathfinder Battles sets coming after "Crown of Fangs"?

I would buy 2 cases if we could get one (irregular) set with reduced minis number (Storm King´s Thunder had 6 different huge uncommon sculpts & 4 huge rare sculpts for a total of 10).

What do you other guys and gals think about that?

## HUGE fantasy creatures from the first Bestiary (that havn´t been done in PFB or D&D Icons or are just giant animals easily available as toys):

01 Aboleth,
02 Abyssal Spider (Bebilith),
03 Behir,
04 Black Pudding
05 Bulette
06 Nalfeshnee (Greed demon)
07 Black Dragon (Ancient - the H&M incentive was more of a large)
08 Blue Dragon (Adult)
09 Green Dragon (Adult)
10 Dragon Turtle
11 Air Elemental
12 Earth Elemental
13 Fire Elemental
14 Water Elemental
15 Giant Flytrap
16 Froghemoth
17 Hydra
18 Remorhaz
19 Retriever (Spider construct)
20 Shoggoth

That are enough creatures for two sets.

I'd rather not see repeats from the D&D Minis Huge sets (Behir, Bulette, Dragons, Elementals). I understand that people that missed out the first time around have to pay a premium now, but there have been so few Huge sets that any repeat takes a spot that could be filled by a Huge Monster that has never been done and would have to wait years for another chance.

I remember the huge fire elemental. But I don't recall wizards having done the other elementals. What set did they come from?


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They're a bit of cheats, but they're elemental and huge:

Against the Giants - Thunderblast Cyclone
Against the Giants - Earth Titan

Against the Giants Set

Liberty's Edge

Nice stuff!

Dark Archive

I agree that we need these the most:

01 Aboleth (appears in some APs & i guess in "Ruins of Atzlant" too),
02 Black Pudding (never been made before as a huge)
03 Dragon Turtle (again appears in a few modules & APs & hasn´t been made)
04 Water Elemental (the only one never been made)
05 Giant Flytrap (again appears in a few modules & APs & hasn´t been made)
06 Hydra (with legs)
07 Retriever (mechanical Spider construct)
08 Shoggoth (the one from Arkham Horror doesn´t look right)

Dark Archive

No preview the second week in a row?

Come on Erik, it´s only 19 weeks till release! ;-)


Furdinand wrote:
I'd rather not see repeats from the D&D Minis Huge sets (Behir, Bulette, Dragons, Elementals). I understand that people that missed out the first time around have to pay a premium now, but there have been so few Huge sets that any repeat takes a spot that could be filled by a Huge Monster that has never been done and would have to wait years for another chance.

I generally agree with this, especially in regards to huge minis like the Behir, Bulette, and even ones not mentioned on the list (ie the Purple Worm). As old as these miniatures are (over a decade in some cases) they still hold up to the test of time quite well. Case in point, when I think about huge minis the very first one that comes to mind is the Behir. It's just such a classic miniature in every way - the pose, the paint scheme, the sheer size of it - everything about it is just about perfect. I have serious doubt that Wizkids could ever replicate something nearly as cool as the original, I don't even think they should bother.

Instead, I'd much rather see them focus their efforts on new huge miniatures that haven't been done before in ppm. Creatures like the Black Pudding and Froghemoth are constantly mentioned as candidates and for good reason - they'd make great huge minis, plain and simple. Some of the others mentioned on Marco's list are fine suggestions as well, but these two seem to get the most love.

The exception to this "rule of no remakes" would have to be Elementals and a Hydra with legs.
Elementals are brought up on these boards time and time again, the demand alone would almost make it seem like these NEED to be produced as huges at some point or another, lest nerd riots break out. Assuming they'd be rare, Wizkids could easily do all four elements in one set - one huge rare per brick and you'd pretty much be guaranteed to get all four in a case (assuming collation's on point).
A Hydra with legs isn't so much a remake as it is a reimagining, especially if you make the head/necks removable (as someone else here pointed out a while back). This seems like a no-brainer given how most of the huges in Storm King's Thunder required some sort of assembly.

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How could i forget the Froghemoth?

Fact is, that we need huge miniatures in PFB somehow because they show up in every second adventure.
2016 brought us the "Clockwork Dragon" & "Star-Spawn of Cthulhu", which is better than nothing i suppose.

The only huge minis in PFB that sold good enough were the 4 that were part of the "Rise of the Runelords" set.

The two "Dragon Evolution" sets are still available as is the "Reign of Winter Monsters Encounter (2-)Pack"

That means huge minis either have to be part of a case incentive (which means a maximum of 2 huge minis a year) or part of blind boosters, which is the best move imo.

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I wouldn't hate another RotRL-style hybrid set, for the record. Especially now that I can count on my writing to fund the habit. ^_^

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Erik, i want another preview from you for x-mas! ;-)

Dark Archive

The "Pit Devil" is the 4th mini from the 50 Deadly Foes minis to sell out!

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Erik Mona wrote:

"I'm on vacation next Friday, so a post then is unlikely. Unfortunately things are going to get a little spotty for the next couple of weeks as the entire company (including me) cycles through holiday vacations."

So i´m gonna post all the minis news i find here to help bridge the gap till Erik returns hopefully freshly rested next year. ;-)

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