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Well, in hand these are great. Detail is excellent, both in sculpt and paint job. If you felt it may have been missing in set 4 then this set will bring you back into the fold. I've read reviews that lord Oloch but I can comfortably say I'm just as impressed by Zadim and Kess. Oh, and at least in the one I have, the faces are very well done, very clear detail and parts are all in the right place - lips, eyes etc.

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Hayato?

You need to imagine that in a pitiful tone. Oh and these look phenomenal. The real question - is the conference room a mythic foe? Perhaps a nascent demon lord?

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Check out Auggies gamestore, he has the goblin and the cubes at reasonable prices, little bit more than here. He restocks but I'm not sure if he has any further restocks coming sorry

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These are some of the gargantuans I would use, semi-regularly at least , if I had them:

Gargantuan black, for completeness since we have the others.
Metallic dragons, for completeness but not a high priority
Elementals of all four key types.
Ravener, complete with transparent green innards and fire.
One of the Chinese, imperial(?) dragons
Wyrmwraith, in very transparent green!

The above really just fill out the necessary basics. Spaced out I'd be happy to get them, meanwhile I'd live these thrown into the mix:

Neothellid!!
Purple worm, actually at the gargantuan scale even
Hydra! With interchangeable heads
Kraken, low on the list but there
Phoenix, again low but in transparent plastic a winner
Jabberwock, this one would be scaled up, but again it would be awesome
Carnivorous blob, again colossal but in translucent red would look awesome. Same goes for any of the ooze at this size.
Linnorm, crag or a "show sized" colossal tarn. I'm happy with colossal at a smaller size as I stated before, at this scale it doesn't really matter.
Tarrasque, my biggest "on the fence" mini here. I want one and I'm sure it would work at gargantuan.
Bodytheif, with pod people in the actual set. And myconids etc, a plant set!
Centipede, most other insects are available but I don't see a good centipede of this scale readily available, and given the quality of the medium in DD this could be amazing. I'd be happy with a gargantuan spider if it resembled that art in B2
Mu Spore: downsized for sure but impressive
Lusca, that weird three headed sharktopus.
Thanatotic titan, again downsized but impressive. Even nicer is the new one in B5, the Danava
The gargantuan Kami, quite nice from memory
Argus, the freaky giant aberration thing in B4 or 5
Zomok. Ever since it appeared in the kingmaker bestiary I've been waiting. It would make a great incentive, again with the use of translucent/transparent plastic.
Devastator, although I'm not certain the artwork is the best look.

There are also probably some Huges that could push the gargantuan envelope. and I'll say it again, once we get to gargantuan, anything this size or higher should work on the 4" bases.

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Looking at wizkids site I think this set looks pretty solid with the biggest issues for me being Adowyn and the wolf. Need to see more pics of the actual minis before I decide but I'm certainly going to get this one.

BMO sorry to hear you didn't like set 4. There HAS to be some huge variation in the set, mine are fantastic, the weakest in my mind being Crowe or Lirianne. Crowe is a little too small, great details, excellent paint, very solid face, just smaller than I expected. Lirianne still seems to suffer from small head syndrome. Overall the detail and paint were great on mine and I've been a long time sonic when it comes to the faces in the PFB line.

I'm also hoping we'll see set 6 soon since it still looks like it's going to ship in Feb as well and I really want to see how they do reiki, Quinn and hayato.

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Have to 100% agree with you Steve. I love the bar (far more than I thought I initially would, so it rates above zero usefulness for me) but I personally hope we continue the gargantuan creatures as incentives with major dressing pieces every 5 or so sets. I will use creatures if I have them, the only really niche one to date was Deskari, but I like the mini so I'm fine with that.

I would also back a dungeon dressing line, In fact the heroclix line has two, an indoor and an outdoor encounter clam shell pack out now with modern dressing pieces - lamp post, post box, trash bin, crate etc. I'm interested in seeing how these do since they could signal a similar possibility for the battles line.

Now that said I actually have enough of the current pieces to suit my game table (except bar stools) so a "we be goblins" like set with current pieces doesn't appeal, and I imagine I won't be alone in this.

I would also be happy to see some oversized gargantuans (like the "large" elementals from SS) that are actually minis of some of the more iconic colossal creatures. At that end of the scale I don't really care if my creature is 4" wide when it's suppos d to be 6" , it still looks imposing on the table next the 1" PCs.

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1 in 10 so far, I could go 1 in 5 sets. I agree with you Steve there are way too many gargantuans that need doing, I could list 15-20 I desperately want to see in plastic without resorting to books.

Stairs could be hollowed on the risers to allow minis to slot into them. Having thought about it I'm starting to agree they may not be the best, especially since you can actually get pretty good thick card stock for stairs.

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Marco Massoudi wrote:

Eric said the Neothelid is being considered.

And the sucess of the BAR will make shure that we will see other building sets.
Personally i think a tower set with ground floor, second story and battlement roof would be doable and would sell well, especially if...

Personally I would love a Neothelid. Some of the art for this is amazing and could translate to a miniature that would look astounding.

I'm OK with a black dragon, I think it rounds out the PF scale gargantuan so nicely. Further dragons could appear since we have no metallics, I'd rather see sets of two huge to round out all size categories.

I think a tower is a fairly solid idea although I'd do it the other way around, battle at base and miniature for second third floor etc. in fact one set could do several floors with a hollow shell and terrain pieces. Include walls, doors, windows, stairs, trapdoors in the incentive and other furniture in the set it goes with. An incentive the size of the inn box would give us one square floor 6 x 6, and 2" high

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Spot on Vic. I got a complete set and one of each dressing, two of the crate and table (I think it was). I meant I want more of the dressings. In fact if I wanted to fill out the ranks I believe all I need really may be 2 or so bugbear lurkers, 2 or so cut purses. Other than that I don't really need any more.

In 10 sets to date, I think it 10 anyway, I've had one where I didn't get a complete set and that was dungeons deep. I got a terrible collation in that with duplicate bricks. Other than this I have had a complete set every time - sort of the ideal situation for a collector.

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Got my case. Very impressed. One case got me everything I need in the set with the exception of dressing pieces. Overall I think the quality and variety is fantastic. In hand I can say with 100% certainly that the online images do the figure absolutely no justice.

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Honestly I was not all that excited about the bar. Now I have it I think it's great. Not enough stools though. The little bottles are really clever and could double as potion bottles or alchemical/lab equipment. The shelves can sub for bookcases, the bar for store front benches. I can see m yield using this, or parts of this in quite a few urban battle maps. The barrels are lighter than those in the actual set but the tables match well. I'm contemplating a second.

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I agree Vic it's a big step up in my opinion. I loved dungeons deep and I think that set had the best variety of monsters, but this set is definitely better. Just the variety in the ghouls and bugbears alone makes it a great set for me. In fact I hope we'll get more of this idea In future, 3-4 of 1 race is a great idea. I still would like 1-2 sculpts more of each to finalise the ranks though.

The bugbears could do with a little bit more scale consistency. The ones in RDI are the perfect scale, the earlier two are notably larger but work as bruisers or an intermediate between the one in this set and the glutton. I hope we'll get another two about the same scale as the tyrant and lurker.

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Well I'll say hats off to Erik for a good selection of miniatures in the set, and to wizkids for what I feel is an overall improvement in paint jobs. I am very happy with my case, most of the miniatures have the paint applied better, not as thick and so consequently don't obscure the details or give the blobby look. Paint application could still improve but at this price point I'm pretty happy

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Like several above I haven't received my case yet but I'm very much looking forward to getting it this week, especially after some of the reviews I've read elsewhere. Hats off to you and the wizkids crew. So happy to see the line gathering strength as it ages.

I would second an alchemists lab, esp and calmly if it contains a large green incubating tank, complete with suspended body. I'd also like to see a temple theme - pillars, alter, elaborate standing candelabra.

Stairs would also be a welcome add, after all what map doesn't contain at least one 1" stair set or a 2" x 2" set. You could always put them together for a larger set. Perhaps even a large spiral stair.

I know wizkids did a very nice set of dungeon artefacts in the dim dark past which included some nice pillars, some backed seats and a great long table. So this is probably easy for them.

In terms of utility maybe a camp fire.

Some natural effects/terrain would be cool - D&D did a death cap mushroom once and it sold like wildfire. Another could be good and double as fungal creatures, especially if the set included a variety of cool myconids or fungal people, something née ally lacking in plastic. Add some stalagmites and you have the start of an orvian set.

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They were actually very easy to fix, quick cut and glue beneath the arm. Not, I admit what you should need to do, but all of mine look just fine now

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Kingmaker style involving both above and underground exploration, or ground and seas. I'd also be happy with an alkenstar AP.

Maybe an AP that focuses on villainous duergar lich who dwells in the heart of a dead pre-industrial planet now haunted by crazed derro bodaks, duergar wights armed with gunpowder and an Aboleth devourer. Of course it would start with harmless investigation into the disappearance of a village, literally, straight into the ground. Maybe the result of duegar mining, who knows what they are looking for but perhaps it explains the plague of strange undead beasts that haunt the nearby woods? Maybe they're looking for the strange object that fell from the night sky?

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Singles prices here are quite competitive for a battles subscriber, after the discount they come out cheaper than most other places I've seen them.

For me the problems not knowing what I'll get in my case, or the quality of the miniatures (they tend to fluctuate a bit), so I find myself buying singles based on what I expect in a case. That's worked out well except the last case where I got duplicate bricks. If paizo only hold them for a month that means I need to gamble on what I'll get when my sub finally arrives in the merry old land of oz..err Aus.

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That's curious, from my end only the barrel single is in the order, the remaining singles are in my sidecart - notable, bed, crate, cart, large cart.

I also just received the first shipping email and it says the same thing, only the barrel appears in the shipment.

Edit: I notice that all the rusty dragon appear unavailable now. Is it possible to confirm the ones I ordered since these are among the hardest to get in the sets.

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Probably a good reason but I am curious as to why some of the miniatures I added are shipping with my sub, while others (crates etc) are shipping later?

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You've probably answered this 1000 times but i hoping you can tell me the difference in delivery times to Australia with UPS vs USPS priority. Cheers.

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Has the price changed on the battles subs? Rusty dragon shows at a reasonably higher price than previous sets, around 60 odd dollars. Is this a function of the subs page perhaps?

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Not sure what Mr Hinkle did but I just tried again, only applying it once. Four books, one discount of 4.99. Odd

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Just tried it myself. Seems to apply the discount once only, not to each of the print books.

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Woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

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Love them. The iconics continue to excelled the detail is fantastic. Not sure which is my favourite this time, which is testimony to the sets quality. My only criticism - crowe's armour may be a little too shiny! Surely he hasn't cleaned it?

When do we get to see hayato? I'm really hanging out to see the samurai.

Do we get an announcement next week about the next set? Huges perhaps?

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Any plans to get these in print? I have most the others in print and would like to complete my collection.

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Having just received my promos I can say with 100% assurance that the beetle and dracolisk repaints are soooo much better tha the originals, both of which I like. The red colour just makes the dracolisk look that little bit more fearsome, while the black and red scheme on the beetle just seems to work better.

Looking forward to the iconic pictures. Loved these sets so far and very excited to see the next few.

Hopefully we'll get some info on the next set soon.

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Congratulations Erik and Mike. Overall a remarkable set. These dressing pieces will be very popular, I truly hope some repaints are possible like the brazier from DD, I can see me needing many of each.

Thanks for Ranzak, sure he's a little niche, just a goblin pirate is always a plus in your collection. I'll need more than one, not sure why, but I know it will happen. Maybe we could get a repaint in classic goblin green? Man we are going to need more conventions for all these repaints.

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Just recieved my authorisation for November (bestiary 5) and I was hoping you could change this order to ship USPS priority. Is it also possible to incorporate the 7 promo minis I just added to my side cart.
Thanks
Jason

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I happily bought 6 reprint braziers, I'd happily buy 6+ repaint beds. In fact I d probably order multiples of any of the terrain to date, with the exception of the angzharan statue. The 1, possibly 2, in a case just isn't enough. Of course I might be a strange exception to the rule.

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I Echo your cry of joy! Plus it's an owl bear I really like the look of. I'm surprisingly ok with the delay to January, despite my impatience with all things plastic I think the delay will be good for me financially, or maybe not if I think about it. Perhaps now I can extend to two cases.

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I think the somewhat uniform colour scheme of the vampires hair and skin colour means he may well rely on the quality of the final paint to really shine, but if wizkids can do it I think it's a great spawn, especially at the common rarity.

Man do I love that aristocrat, and like you I don't think il tire of rich people in nice clothes (of course if I was one I'd like them even more!). I can see so many uses for this. More than ever this set is going to need those faces to be spot on.

Ghoul monarch is fantastic. Don't care that he's uncommon, I can see me using 2/3 in an encounter. The face is menacing, the skin looks to have a very cool texture and he screams ghoul. This is a great set for me since ghouls are by far one of my favourite undead. Since this is the fourth ghoul I'm assuming that all for the ghouls and bugbears in the set now?

Man am I excited for is set.

Erik, has there been any word on the future possibilities of the lines. I've read. On another forum huges may be a ow about s'more sets like the evolution ones, and rethinks on those?

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I ca second Steves experiences. Another Aus customer and I usually get my minis pretty fast, sometimes extremely fast (a surprising 5 days). I normally don't get much else at that speed.

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Must say I'm very impressed with these three. Beast of Leipstad is awesome, love all the different flesh tones and types, truly bring the flesh golem concept to life. As an uncommon I should get around three in a case, that sounds like about the right number for the old mad scientist lair.

Not sure what I'll do with the Kirrix but it looks impressive. As an uncommon I should get a few so perhaps I'll reenact the Talons of Weng chiang sewer scenes?

I know we've got a lot of dragons of late but I will say that silver is particularly nice. I hope the silver comes out that shiny and chrome like in the final mini. I think making it a rare is spot on.

3 for 3 in terms of quality, 3 for 3 in rarity.

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Hey, I was thinking the same thing! Man would that be my dream job - sadly I have family in Aus, and I'm pretty sure they won't be moving.

Sad to hear Mike is leaving, clearly his input will be missed.

I love all three of these, but I'm a little sad that two of them are rares. Not that I think that's the wrong rarity for them, just doesn't suit my needs (isn't it all about me anyway?)

Allevrah is one of the best looking elves to date. I truly hope that detail comes through in the final production mini because it is phenomenal!

Goblin vulture pilot! Hell yes, needed him to be in plastic from the day that artwork appeared. I'm gonna need me a few for that terrifying goblin vulture squad. Oh, and is there any possibility of a vulture all by itself? Getting a giant vulture that fits into the medium or even large size category (and looks good) is surprisingly hard. I know I'll need a few because my players will fear that vulture far more than the goblin on top (you'd think they'd know better by now).

Hmmm, Mercane hey. I can see many ways to use it and he does have a very creepy face. Metallic finish on the clothing?

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Cyrad wrote:
This errata broke as many things as it fixed, unfortuantely.

Really. I haven't look in detail but pray tell what?

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Agreed, Tis a big errata. Does this mean the second print is now on sale?

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Ah Olenjack, how marvellous you look. Yes only a dwarf with a howler monkey buckle could be deemed truly most fashionable. Now all we need is the plastic version...in this next set...the next one...Erik...

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Is there any possibility you could give me an approximate timeline on when this will be available to ship?

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Sorry it's come to this but the state of the Aussie dollar is forcing me to tighten my purse strings. Can you please cancel my player companion and campaign setting subscriptions. Hopefully my situation will improve in the near future

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Cleanthes wrote:
While we're in wizard territory, let me add that I think it would be cool if you occasionally made a mini that was suitable for a spell effect. For instance, it would be great to have a transparent (not-Bigby's!) hand spell, a floating disk, a couple of spiritual weapons (though some stuff has come out in Heroclix lately that's good for that), a Large resilient sphere, some various spell walls that could connect up to each other smoothly, etc.

I'd second that idea. Although walls would need to be a common medium mini so you can collect a lot and use them in a kind of modular way. A 1" wall of fire, ice, stone, blade barrier; that sort of thing.

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Fantastic! Very kobold thing to do carrying that loaded trap in his hand like that.

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Erik Mona wrote:
CurseTheseMetalHands wrote:


I mean, I get that there will be height and build differences among all member of a species, but come on! The Bugbear Warrior was very nearly a large, whereas that Bugbear Flesh Glutton looks to be about the size of a dwarf (or smaller, going by the gallery images) - something I could almost accept for the Bugbear Mystic, a runt who had to turn to magic because he'd never cut it as a brute force fighter, but I expect warrior classes to be more...beefy.

Sizes are pretty close.

The Flesh Glutton is legitimately Large. Like really on the edge of how big you would expect it to be, so it's not going to be a problem from a "too small" perspective for sure.

I grabbed the pictures (these and the previous 2) and scaled them to the same base sizes. They are all pretty much around the same size with the exception of the lurker who appears a is a tiny bit smaller. The tyrant, while the same height, looks leaner than the others, though not by much.

As for the glutton I think he'd be about the size of the cyclops from skull and shackles (?).

All in all pretty consistent.

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Oh the art is very cool. The differences from the spider motif-ed, all black drow of old do make yours stand out, I'm thinking of that very cool alchemist-like fleshwarper and the champion from the codices. They would translate to minis extremely well, but there are a lot of drow out there, plus another three more with the latest set from the other company. Still we are a hardy bunch or rarely complain about our miniatures...Perhaps if you threw in some drow themed creatures like the large male drider, the fleshwarped creatures, that sort of thing...

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Ahhh Cleanthes how right you are. Spriggans in large and small would be a long term goal fulfilled.

As for what we've got before, we could always benefit from fleshing out the ranks. One more boggard, two or three more sahuagin (sea devils, preferably all at the same scale - so keep them almost large like the basic one or reign them in like the four armed champion, not both) and at least three trogs to keep our lonely Xulgarth company. Hopefully things like these can still get woven through sets to flesh out the sets and creature we've got previously

The more I think about your post Cleanthes the more I think Urdefhans are a real go to miniature idea. They are a uniquely pathfinder creature, and the art is truly creepy. The hard part would be translating to plastic; transparent skin and all. Do you sculpt them with muscle and bone then add a gloss coat like the skum, or do you try something trickier to get the translucent skin?

Now I would like Drow based on the art in the codices but I also think there are a LOT of Drow in plastic out there already, especially now that the other company are making miniatures again. While pathfinder Drow are different from their other company brethren I think its really that male drider that is so out there it needs its own miniature.

I was also thinking we could use some Myconids. How many mushroom men do we have out there? Plus you could add a large one and some terrain to go along with them - BAM 6 minis, 2 small Myconid, 2 medium and a large one plus a terrain piece like a violet fungus or a mushroom patch.

Oh and since we're including organizations (and I do like the idea of a cohesive, city watch style range of bandits) I'd like to put forward another go at a Red Mantis group - 4 few different poses, 2 with masks on, 2 with mask off, 2 of each sex.

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Absolutely love the idea of the focus creature. The Bugbears and ghouls in this set couldn't make me happier. I'd be interested to see these four alongside the two we already have, the Glutton and Mystic look to be a perfect match, the Tyrant and Lurker look a little of the skinnier side. However, that said, these look fantastic and the rarities are spot on for a great little bugbear horde. Love that Mystic and it is so refreshing to have the females for variety. I think the Glutton needs a little detailing on the hair covering his arms, shoulders and legs.

I'd go along with Feros on the dark folk. We have quite a few different types of them now but no modern miniatures of them.

Similarly Hobgoblins are a great idea, some of their artwork in the monster codex is incredible and would make some inspiring minis.

Duergar, like FF says,woudl be another great choice, although I'm a little biased here.

Finally let me throw in those little rascals the DERRO. Yeah we have two form shattered star, but with the codeces and occult bestiary there is a lot of really cool mini fodder out there. They may be small but we've see that Wizkids can manage the detail at that level. Plus Derro are extremely cool, scary, but very cool.

Last week you teased us with potential news form Wizkids. Any word on the future of the miniatures lines, note the plural there....

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Cat-thulhu wrote:

The drummer I've seen before. As an uncommon I'm not sure I need multiples, but something has to fill the UC spots. It is a nice mini, well render really.

I love the pink haired half elf enchanter. Screams enchanter to me, looks very cool, want a few; too bad it's rare. Hopefully I won't get a repeat of my last case and get repeat bricks and miss this one.

Overall I'm really looking forward to this set, and since we've only seen 5 large minus I imagine a few cool monsters are yet to come.

I really hope the meeting with Wizkids is to discuss Huge sets. Really need them huges.

We have seen 7 large minis so far:

1 Draft horse (uncommon)
2 Frost Giant Ice Mage (uncommon)
3 Gorgon (uncommon)
4 Orc Rider on Dire Wolf (rare)
5 Quivering Cube (rare)
6 Riding Horse (uncommon)
7 Wagon (technically a Dungeon Dressing/ultra-rare)

As there are always 8 large uncommon and 4 large rares that leaves 4 uncommon and 2 rares to be revealed.

Ah, I had forgotten the dire wolf rider! I don't count the terrain, they're really bonus add-ons to the base 45 mini set in my mind.

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The drummer I've seen before. As an uncommon I'm not sure I need multiples, but something has to fill the UC spots. It is a nice mini, well render really.

I love the pink haired half elf enchanter. Screams enchanter to me, looks very cool, want a few; too bad it's rare. Hopefully I won't get a repeat of my last case and get repeat bricks and miss this one.

Overall I'm really looking forward to this set, and since we've only seen 5 large minus I imagine a few cool monsters are yet to come.

I really hope the meeting with Wizkids is to discuss Huge sets. Really need them huges.

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Love em. That farmer looks remarkably like my brother in law? Uncannily...

The gorgon looks great Erik but is going to be as shiny and silver as that render appears?

Bunyip! I didn't really know I wanted one until I saw it, this is brilliant, andman does it have a certain creepiness about it. Thanks Erik. I can see why you're excited about this one, barring paint mishaps this one has me very, very excited (despite the plummeting Aus dollar).

Also when do we get to see the remaining iconics from sets 4 to 6?

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I'm still trying to find a group just to play an evil kingmaker style game. We started once, awesome fun. A Spriggan rogue, drider priestess, human ghost and a cursed human (actually a sword as we found later when he died and a brand new body appeared with all his prior knowledge, the only common factor he had the same sword, three times later and it clicked).

Aside from that I'm also trying to coax a group into a smaller kingmaker style game. No magic items except what they can make (using unchained crafting at a more difficult level), home base building (cross between downtime and kingdom building), above and below ground exploration and Kingdom, duergar with high tech clockwork technology, an intelligent ghoul Kingdom, both working to prevent the Kingdom from expanding into the mountains wher both empires once flourished and now another empire emerges....

Post acocalyptic cross of fallout and mutant epoch. World layer waste, mutants and technology, he'll yeah.

Two groups working in the same kingmaker scenario from opposite ends. One group directly opposing the second leading to the inevitable clash of titans...

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