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That was my reaction when i opened my box! Really like this guy and like Brell Stormforge said: "Awesome sculpt! Awesome paint job!"
Great goblins!Duster —
Really love those guys, they add "heroes" to the pathfinder line of goblins and it's great (now we just need a sorcerer and cleric type to round things up...).
Quick tip: don't glue them on there bases before painting them: the pose for two of them makes it a bit harder to paint and with a base, would be more difficult.
This is my first set of iconics, i bought it to round up minis for potential NPCs or PCs and i'm very happy with them!
This is not the kind of mini i'm too thrilled to pull from a booster (you don't use these alot) but, i like it. Like another reviewer said, a tad fragile, mine is a bit cracked on the top...
i like this one!Duster —
The paint job is good and this mini adds to the roster of non-combatant looking NPCs.
yes, i know i'm short!Duster —
maybe 2 1/2 stars here but, i found that guard mini to be too short... the mini was not badly painted however. I got rid of mine!
A nice dwarfDuster —
Although the mini lacks some highlights, it’s exactly as the picture. the paint job is great, no smudges, no color going over something else.
I love it! It’s exactly as the picture, the paint job is great, no smudges, no color going over something else. Wizkids really go their act together on this set!
Finally got my hands on mine and i can say i love it! The art is great (and made my choice a hard one, some of the other bags looked great too!), so is the bag itself. Like the other reviewers said, we can put alot in there and the bag seems sturdy enough to last.
The "new car smell" is awefull however so, i suggest to air the bag out a bit!
More like 3.5 stars (really wish we could choose that!) for the fact that i really don't like his club/wand? I wish they would've opted for something else like a sword or maybe an hand gesture of mastery over his tribe...
The paint job is really good however, with nice detail on his chest piece and skull helm, no "oopse" on this one for me.
Another nice oneDuster —
Of the kobolds that i've got (i don't have the king yet), this one is my favorite. His pose, scuplt and paint (no oopses on mine) are very nice. He is a warrior but, i think you can use him as a nice low-level "hero" type one too.
Nice one.Duster —
Simple kobold with a simple paint job so (Maybe a 3.5 stars on that point) but, he has a bit style and a sense of sneakiness about him. This one is replacing my old D&D mini kobold skirmishers, there out!
A tad disappointedDuster —
I'm a bit disappointed with this one. Détails are not that bad but, the "potion" does not stand out as a potion but rather a small stick, a better pose maybe could've helped with that. A better weapon woud've been appreciated too.
Overall, it at least give me a kobold with a different look in a party of adversaries for my group. I just hope they do another one with maybe small robes and a bit more "dazzle" to it.
Good MysticDuster —
I've been waiting for a good mystic/adept orc for a very long time and i really like this one. The scuplt and pose are good and the paint is decent enough (a bit of "oopses" here and there, such as with the furs on his legs, but it's on the back, so we don't see much of the green skin overlaying the fur. Only the skulls on his staff are bad).
Goblin merchant! Who knew!Duster —
Really enjoyed this one: nice, simple and affordable! I won’t analyze this product, since Enzeitgeist already did an awesome job of it!
I bought two boosters today from my local game store out of curiosity: 1 large and 1 standard and I was very pleased! An amazing Chimera: very sturdy mini, especially the wings who won’t bend like other minis of the genre; the paint job is excellent, aside from a little bit of what a guess is an accidental green drybrushing, just below the dragon’s head. My standard mini was the human thief: a bit on the small side for this one but its ok, I’ll need to check the other humanoids size to compare; paint wise, simple but still very nice: the human has eyes!!
So, I just wanted to add a few minis for my homebrewed campaign… I guess I just failed my WILL save and have to add a few more... Exit D&D minis and add Pathfinder Battles! Can’t wait to see the next set!
I love this map! Good stay for any budget ;) This one is going to see action in my next campaign. Since the outside is excellent too, the only small problem I can see is a giant battle that takes place outside and inside at the same time but, I’ll cross that bridge if it happens…
Flying made nice!Duster —
These were easier to glue than the Invisible Character Marker Set and really get its five stars rating. Holds small or medium figure neatly in place up in the air and finally someone underneath! Using dices as flying bases was easy but come on! This is so much better! At that price, get a set, or two (i will get a second set)!
Invisibility made fun!Duster —
I would go for a 4 & ½ stars actually, simply because they were a bit hard to glue. I tried superglue first and it didn’t hold well. I then tried Precision Poly later; it went well but, still took a few hours for it to hold tight, while being propped against something for it to stand straight.
Nice artwork and usefull! The campsite is my favourite and the "house" is my second one. The only bad one is the cavern, only two tiles and very simple, they could've skiped it but, since it's only two tiles, it's not so bad.
The Genius Guide to Loot 4 Less: Volume 3—Hot Rods (PFRPG) PDFRogue Genius Games
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Fun low-level itemsDuster —
Fun little PDF with items for low-level characters. Need to climb a wall but forgot to study spider climb? No problems! Try the Grapnel Rod!
The art isn't great but, it is functionnal.
At that price, give it a try, you'll like it!
One of the best screens around! Solid pannels and thanks to Wayne Reynolds for the cover!
The only thing i would change is the XP awards table, i would've put the spell areas instead but other than that, GREAT!
Too much webs and... ruinsDuster —
(Darn! the original text disapeared!)
Since i failed to snatch a second copy of "Ruins of the Wild", the first wooded and out of print tile set (why btw?), i was eagerly waiting for this one.
Unfortunatly, i found it a bit lacking. Way to much ruins, wich could still be useful but, why the hell are the ruins all surounded by black pits? I like the big shrine like tile but, the other side is a bust for me: 1 tree in the middle of the tile and 2 sets of giant spider webs going north-east and south-west. I don't know about you but, i don't have my players fighting spiders each and every time they go in the woods!
On the plus side, the art is very good and there's still some good stuff to add to the other set (if you were lucky). But like most Dungeon Tiles set, i will not be buying a second set.
I needed a map of a boat for one of my adventure since my PCs needed to escape from it! The fact that the decks are all there, made it easy to follow the fight to it's conclusion. Unlike other reviewers, the folded part did not gave troubles, maybe i was lucky :)
My only problem with it, i would've love to have another boat on the flip side, be it elvish or something else... for other fights!!