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I've Come Around

4/5

I was not originally a fan of this mini. I acknowledged that it was a nicely detailed sculpt, but I prefer my iron golems to look a bit more like animate suits of giant armor, not bodybuilders who happen to be made of metal.

What brought me around was when it dawned on me that I don't have to use this mini as an iron golem at all. He makes a great shadow giant, and with a very easy repaint he works as a number of other types of giant as well.


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4/5

This mini is great. He's got a commanding pose and lots of interesting details on his outfit. I've probably got more "dude with a staff looking wizardly" minis than I'll ever have occasion to use at this point, but Xin makes a fine addition anyway.


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Ugh

1/5

Ok, so...

1.) A grub swarm was never going to be the best looking miniature anyway, just by nature of being a grub swarm.
2.) If one was to make a grub swarm mini, perhaps it would have been a good idea to make it flat, so that it can use the swarm mechanics.
3.) Last I checked, a grub swarm takes up a 10'x10' area, which makes me wonder why this mini is on a small base.

Ugly mini, mechanically useless, and doesn't accurately reflect the creature portrayed. Shattered Star is overall a great set, but this mini is poop from a butt.


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5/5

This is one of my favorites of the set. Great action pose; it looks ready to maul someone. I have a fair number of other wolf minis from DDM, but this big bad wolf will be pack alpha for sure.


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4/5

I was initially skeptical about this guy, because I already have my fair share of DDM zombies and because he just doesn't have many features that jump out at you, but the more I consider this figure, the more I like it. Zombies are shuffling hordes, and there's no good reason why one of the faceless multitudes needs all of the bells and whistles that a centerpiece figure would require, nor the zing that one would want from a monster with more personality. Looking at my various zombie miniatures, I have to say that I think that this one is the most useful.


4/5

I like this guy. Good action pose; it shows the sort of attack a CR 1/4 monster ought to make. Nothing mind-blowing, but you really don't want your low-level monster sculpts to steal the scene from the big guys.


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3/5

So the stirge isn't exactly a great monster, but it does have some history, and it's a good way to teach your players about ability damage at low levels. For that alone, it's worth throwing into your game. This is a decent sculpt of a decidedly funny-looking monster, so it gets points for making the look work.


2/5

It's better than the very worst of the D&D miniatures, but not by much. It's not particularly expressive and the paint job is sloppy.


2/5

My biggest complaint about the D&D miniatures line (after the uselessness of some of their Huge minis) is that their sculpts for regular animals are just plain uninspiring. The wolf is a great "monster", and just because it exists in nature is no reason why it shouldn't have a great sculpt. This sculpt isn't terrible; people can easily tell what it represents, and no one shudders at the paint job. Still, no one is going to be all that impressed by it, either.


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3/5

It's a pretty screen, and solidly built. Having said that, there were a number of tables that I would have preferred to see over the ones that are included. I mean, how often do you need to calculate XP DURING play? Not often enough to justify including the XP chart on the screen, says I.


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This is Just a Classic

5/5

I've been using these for years, and they're great. Everyone has one of these, right? Right?


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Beautiful!

5/5

It took a while for my FLGS to get these in stock, but it was definitely worth the wait. I bought five sets of campaign coins: Copper (1,2,5); Silver (1,2,5); Gold (1,2,5); Platinum (1,2,5) and (10,50,100). Between these five sets, I have enough coins for all four of my players at the lower levels of game play. When they reach 10 copper, I upgrade them to a silver, when they reach 10 silver, I upgrade them to a gold, etc.

As the game progresses and the characters acquire more wealth, I plan on picking up some additional high-platinum coins, but I'm otherwise set. The art on these coins is attractive, and making them in different shapes was a great idea, as it makes it extremely easy to tell the different denominations apart at a quick glance. This is easily one of the most satisfying gaming accessory purchases that I've made in recent years.


Beautiful!

5/5

It took a while for my FLGS to get these in stock, but it was definitely worth the wait. I bought five sets of campaign coins: Copper (1,2,5); Silver (1,2,5); Gold (1,2,5); Platinum (1,2,5) and (10,50,100). Between these five sets, I have enough coins for all four of my players at the lower levels of game play. When they reach 10 copper, I upgrade them to a silver, when they reach 10 silver, I upgrade them to a gold, etc.

As the game progresses and the characters acquire more wealth, I plan on picking up some additional high-platinum coins, but I'm otherwise set. The art on these coins is attractive, and making them in different shapes was a great idea, as it makes it extremely easy to tell the different denominations apart at a quick glance. This is easily one of the most satisfying gaming accessory purchases that I've made in recent years.


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Beautiful!

5/5

It took a while for my FLGS to get these in stock, but it was definitely worth the wait. I bought five sets of campaign coins: Copper (1,2,5); Silver (1,2,5); Gold (1,2,5); Platinum (1,2,5) and (10,50,100). Between these five sets, I have enough coins for all four of my players at the lower levels of game play. When they reach 10 copper, I upgrade them to a silver, when they reach 10 silver, I upgrade them to a gold, etc.

As the game progresses and the characters acquire more wealth, I plan on picking up some additional high-platinum coins, but I'm otherwise set. The art on these coins is attractive, and making them in different shapes was a great idea, as it makes it extremely easy to tell the different denominations apart at a quick glance. This is easily one of the most satisfying gaming accessory purchases that I've made in recent years.


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Beautiful!

5/5

It took a while for my FLGS to get these in stock, but it was definitely worth the wait. I bought five sets of campaign coins: Copper (1,2,5); Silver (1,2,5); Gold (1,2,5); Platinum (1,2,5) and (10,50,100). Between these five sets, I have enough coins for all four of my players at the lower levels of game play. When they reach 10 copper, I upgrade them to a silver, when they reach 10 silver, I upgrade them to a gold, etc.

As the game progresses and the characters acquire more wealth, I plan on picking up some additional high-platinum coins, but I'm otherwise set. The art on these coins is attractive, and making them in different shapes was a great idea, as it makes it extremely easy to tell the different denominations apart at a quick glance. This is easily one of the most satisfying gaming accessory purchases that I've made in recent years.


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Beautiful!

5/5

It took a while for my FLGS to get these in stock, but it was definitely worth the wait. I bought five sets of campaign coins: Copper (1,2,5); Silver (1,2,5); Gold (1,2,5); Platinum (1,2,5) and (10,50,100). Between these five sets, I have enough coins for all four of my players at the lower levels of game play. When they reach 10 copper, I upgrade them to a silver, when they reach 10 silver, I upgrade them to a gold, etc.

As the game progresses and the characters acquire more wealth, I plan on picking up some additional high-platinum coins, but I'm otherwise set. The art on these coins is attractive, and making them in different shapes was a great idea, as it makes it extremely easy to tell the different denominations apart at a quick glance. This is easily one of the most satisfying gaming accessory purchases that I've made in recent years.


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3/5

I had been waiting for a while for these cards. When I read the poor reviews, I was tempted not to pick them up, but I decided to do so in the hopes that Paizo would see enough support for the product to continue the line (it tortures me that I'm going to have to wait until at least 2011 before Paizo releases another set). Once I got my hands on them, I was glad that I made the purchase, but not as thrilled as I was with the first set.

As has been mentioned before, the card stock is rubbish. The cards stuck together and felt like they'd been printed on discarded cereal box. However, once I separated the cards, I had to admit that I really enjoyed the artwork. Since all my cards are stuck in card protectors in a binder anyway, my players won't be any the wiser that the quality has dropped.

So I'm not thrilled that these are of a lower quality, but as long as Paizo fixes the problem in the future, I'm willing to give them another shot.


4/5

SO MUCH BETTER than the crappy girallon from Demonweb! This is a great sculpt, with a pretty good paint job. They took a totally ridiculous monster and made an awesome mini out of it. If you passed this mini up and got the Demonweb one instead, your taste is bad and you should feel bad.


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4/5

I'd have given this guy three stars, because he's not THAT great (who would be scared of a dude with a whip that short?), but I have to admit that I'm charmed by the detail on his back fat rolls. Not enough minis with visible back fat, says me.


4/5

I've always liked giant, intelligent raptors, but I've been put off the giant eagle because of its association with Tolkien. The giant owl to the rescue!

Although I would have preferred a color scheme that was closer to the one in the 3.5 MM (ghostly and pale), this is a beautiful sculpt with a great paint job. I love this mini.


Zombie Hulk Smash!

4/5

I love giants. I love zombies. These two things go together like peanut butter and chocolate. This is a good looking mini. Nicely rotted, with some good texture. I recommend it.


4/5

This isn't the best sculpt or paint job, but I'm going to give it 4 stars anyway, just because it's nice to remember a time when WotC pretended that it cared about representing PCs who weren't white.

No, drow don't count. Duergar either.


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4/5

Bad. Ass.

What'd he say?

Bad. Ass.

I love this mini.


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Meh.

3/5

I don't hate you, basilisk mini, but I sure don't love you, either. You're not bad, you're just... meh.


4/5

I hope that you won't think less of me when I say that there's something that I find sublime about the notion of an ape being fitted with spiked gauntlets before being sent careening across the battlefield. Every once in a while, the DM needs to stop making sense or caring about maintaining a serious mood. At times when you're willing to just say "f--k it, we're going balls to the wall", the war ape is the mini for you.


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