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I knew it. I knew you hated wombats. It all makes sense now.
Didn't the Collector have the cocoon that Warlock was created in (my AW knowledge is fuzzy) in his collection in GotG?
Blayde MacRonan wrote:
Glad to see Thunderbolt Ross is returning.
Yay, me too.
Just as people come here to say how awesome the movie, I'm here to say how disappointing it was. I'm not trying to ruin it for anyone else (that's just plain silly), nor am I trying to change your mind. I even envy those who did love it, but it didn't make that grade for me. And it's just me sharing my opinion on that.
As for why did I see it? It's the flagship title of the MCU, the gathering of all the main heroes and the biggest advance on the overall plot. One has to see it just to know where the universe is going next.
There were a ton of small things but my main issues were Ultron, Vision with the hammer and the Whedonisms in the story and dialogue. I hated Ultron's personality, I kept waiting for him to break into showtunes. He just didn't really convey any menace and never really backed his talk up up in battle. Vision with the hammer was a bummer because I thought they were going to do something cool with Cap since he had budged the hammer earlier. It ended up being a lazy plot device to show Vision is a good guy. Even that was spoiled further with the cheap joke where Vision just hands it to Thor at the HQ. And I don't care for Whedon's writing and sometimes his direction. Oh and why even put Von Strucker in if you're going to waste him like that. Stupid.
I thought the term adamantium was owned by Fox Studios/X-Men so Marvel movies can't use it even if they wanted to.
Dang, lots more work for me then. Because tiny sized or smaller creatures (which is most of this set) only take up a space 1/4 the size of a small or medium creature, it means they should have 1/2" instead of 1" bases - which just means I'll end up cutting them all down to size like I have with the rest of the tiny minis I've had in the past.
Sorry about that. I debated that but I was concerned the mini would be so small that they wouldn't be really recognizable hence the 1" base was kept, and most of the minis are not truly tiny.
Thanks sanwah68, glad you like them! I will look intot this and try to figure out which ones are missing.
That said, to make the cutting out of bases easier, is it possible to line them all up in a 1-inch grid with shared sides, then one cut just divides the bases, and means a lot less cutting out.
Hm... if it's easier for folks to do that, sure. I'll put it in the next set.
My vote on the Summon Monster vs. Summon Nature's Ally selection would be to produce a second, complete set for Summon Nature's Ally. When you organize the files, make sure to put the ones that appear on both lists on separate pages (probably at the back?) from the ones that appear only on one list or the other. That way, anyone who is only interested in one list would be able to buy it with a minimum of confusion, and people who buy both will only have to print out one set of the duplicates.
Just out of curiosity, would people prefer a complete set? Even if it used many of the same minis from the Summon Monster set?
Ross Byers wrote:
The 'aligned critter' list might also work well as supplements. It would allow you to spread the stress of drawing so many creatures out over multiple products, and allows people to buy just the critters they're interested in (A player probably just wants one alignment, for instance, and a GM has more use for Fiendish than Celestial.)
That's an interesting idea although I'm not sure if people would pay more for a subset of Fiendish or Celestial if they could, as Dudemeister said, just draw on their own horns, halos, etc.