Just wanted to post that the female Halfling reminds me of a "warrow" in the books by Dennis McKiernen. The Iron tower trilogy. Halflings that use bows and were not wimps like they were in the Tolkien collection.
Marco Massoudi wrote:
I'm definitely with you on that. I've been playing with miniatures since the 80's(Ral Partha and such) and I've got WAAAAYYYYY too many of the commons. I've loved the sets of prepainted minis and have been boosting my collection but it's getting to the point of "where do I put these".I have resorted to buying a 3D printer and printing up stackable display stands.
I am probably the exception to the rule though and I fully understand the spread of commons in a set. Regardless of my woes, Paizo is still producing a quality series and they are very appreciated.
I believe I need to say this again as people are still talking about the side pieces so much. There are some very easy to use molds that you can buy that will satisfy these needs.
Check this site out for some of these. You can just use plaster and you can make chairs, beds, whatever... depending on the mold.
These items just don't seem that financially viable for Paizo to make a profit on.
Berk the Black wrote "I still play 3.5, which makes the Pathfinder minis quite suitable for my purposes. For instance, Storm King's Thunder actually contains giants that are too large for me to really use, while the ones being offered in the Pathfinder Battles line are appropriately sized."
I never did understand why D&D 3 and 3.5 shrunk the giants and dragons sizes down. Maybe just for miniature playability? I like old 2nd edition sizes as it makes these enemies more epic in potential.
There's nothing like fighting an ancient red dragon the same size as Smaug from the hobbit, which is similar to 2nd edition size for an ancient red.
I'm lucky, 1 week before my birthday and the day after my birthday is my AR-15 build class. Just before Hillary bans guns. LOL. This set is going to be an awesome birthday present.
I look forward to the next set almost as much. The throne set, not so much, how often do I need a throne? I still think that the dungeon dressings are cool, just that some are a little too unlikely for my needs. At least this time it's going to be the bonus items and I won't have to order it.
Hey all, good set. I'm not usually a big fan of the dungeon dressings as I make my own from molds but off another site but that rope trick is cool. You can definitely use it to rep a rope or ladder entrance. And being rare as it is, 1 to a case is perfect, unlike the candelabra. LOL. The shadow giant is cool too. Just got a bunch of huge giants from some place else, I'm sure you don't know what I'm talking about, but this will be a great add to my collection.
I look forward to opening my case in the next few weeks. Great job and keep up the good work.
Hey all, I love the dungeon dressings as well as some of you but I can get those through other sources as well. I don't think I should name any here for the sights sake, but if you look around on the net you'll easily find some molds that you can buy pretty cheap that can use plaster and can be poured at a kitchen table setup. Especially for those things you want several of, like columns.
Just saying. It would be much more expensive for them to make and you to buy if it doesn't sell well.