Red Box Games third kickstarter is live! The initial goal is to raise 5000$ for the Goblin Foot Men. Some Dvergar (dwarven) foot men is the first strech goal (WIP shot here) followed by what looks like some really cool orc foot men (concept art here).
If you want to help to expand the RBG miniature line and get some kickass miniatures while doing so, you can find the kickstarter here
Basically just what the title says? I dabble in miniatures and the times I've come across a miniature cast in resin is just seems to be more expensive, and in one unfortunate case quite brittle.
So, those of you who deal with miniatures, why should I pick up a resin miniature?
I was participating in this on these forums, and sadly due time constraints the DM could not keep it running. I'm wondering if there is a admin on these forums that could remove my character (or place him into inactive mode) so i only have my active campaigns on my "Current campaign" page?
There's a picture up on the preview section of the reaper homepage. When i looked up the picture used to illustrate the master spy prestige class in the advanced player's guide i was kind of disappointed. Although now that i see the sculpt i think it's pretty neat.
I play in an "on again, off again" HarnMaster campain which is about to resume sometime in the near future (1-4 months), which has reintroduced a problem i've forgotten about: my character doesn't have a good mini!
He's a young "brave when he and his friends outnumber the other guy"/"coward the rest of the time" bard type of character. All the miniature's i've found so far are either to "high fantasy" or to rich looking.
This guy from Dark Sword miniatures is pretty close with his sly smile and dagger but his clothes are way to fancy.
A male version of this character without the sword would be almost perfect.
This is probably what i'll go with if i don't find anything better.
This is almost perfect except that he's fat.
Is there anybody out there that can help a miniature geek in need?
Before Reaper took over the production of the Pathfinder Miniature line some of the smaller miniatures (namely the goblins, more goblins, and a goblin) came with a smaller plastic base (20mm) instead of the "standard" 25mm base (or if it's 28mm).
Is there anyone who knows where i can order these smaller sized bases, or am i forced to buy small DDM-miniatures and cutting of the figure?
Sorry if this has been up before but i didn't find an awnser to my question when i searched the old threads (doesn't mean it isn't there though).
The group i'm DM:ing resently had a fight with 3 shadows. Because of decisions that was made it was only the wizard and barbarian who walked into the room the shadows occupied. The shadows went for the barbarian and quickly drained all the life out of him, abit faster than i imagined. Which has me thinking that i've missed something. Does the shadows really do 1d6 strenght damage on a hit, no save?
We looked through the SRD (much easier to carry around than the actual rule book) but couldn't find anything to indicate that in the beastiary or the core rules.
And one more thing, in their reduced groupsize they didn't stand much of a chance against the shadows (in hindsight i feel quite bad that i didn't nerf the encounter a head of time instead of running it as written :( ) but with the shadows taking only half damage from magical weapons and spells, is there any way that the full party would have been able to defeat the shadows? The other characters that make up the party is a lvl4 elven monk and a lvl4 human paladin.