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Maledrakh

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    Miniature Scale

    I find scale usually is not very problematic (as several has stated above) unless it is in the same unit and the equipemnt is supposed to be the same size but isnt because of scale differences https://maledrakh.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/rivercrest-scale-problem.jpg This is an example from the defunct game Drake: The Dragon Wargame, and the single worst example I have come across of scale difference between figures in the same unit! This is probably caused by different scaling when printing, probably at different times and maybe at different vendors. One could have argued that people IRL come in different sizes, which I would have accepted had only the shields been the same size. But since they are not… at any rate, I think this also would serve as an illustration of the general scale difference between Ral Partha and Reaper if you imagine the smaller one to be RP and the larger one to be Reaper, you will get something like this IRL. (note that both RP and Reaper has differently siized/scaled figures within their lineups as well, it seems nobody is competely consistent)
  2. I am quite sure it is a Gustave Dore (partially based on style, partially based on the signature "G.Dore" in lower left corner, but I can't seem to identify it. Does anybody know the title or which story it illustrates?
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    Zealot Miniatures Litchmyre Dungeon

    probably because these are all new takes of the miniatures original HeroQuest game (and only that, AFIK) , and there were no overtly female minis there. This was the 80s. However I for one would also buy them if reimagined as female, or even just alternate female version ones. probably because these are all new takes of the miniatures original HeroQuest game (and only that, AFIK) , and there were no overtly female minis there. This was the 80s. However I for one would also buy them if reimagined as female, or even just alternate female version ones. probably because these are all new takes of the miniatures original HeroQuest game (and only that, AFIK) , and there were no overtly female minis there. This was the 80s. However I for one would also buy them if reimagined as female, or even just alternate female version ones.
  4. The Others: 7 Sins boardgame has an Expansion named Apocalypse. Unsurprisingly, it includes versions of The Four Horsemen...and a ...Thing...called Greater Demon of the Apocalypse: They are all large minis. Apocalypse (in case you have not guessed it, the tentacled monstrosity second from the left) is 130mm tall! lots more pics behind the
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    Sir George the Gangly

    This wonderful mini is "The Guardian" sculpted by Christian Af Bjärgö, originally a part of the "circle of chaos" warband kickstartered by Curtis Fell of Ramshackle games fame. The miniature was also included in the "Pantheon of Chaos" kickstarter somewhat later (not by Curtis Fell) where you probably got it from as there were a lot of strange chaos warriors in that one.
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    Dark Hold Kobold Horde

    there are several pictures of these kobolds next to 28mm minis, both goblins and humans. I think they look to be just about the right size for 28mm.
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    Tarot of Saqqara

    it has a flexible funding goal. = they get whatever money is pledged no matter if it funds or not.
  8. Maledrakh

    Kings of War: Vanguard

    Definately PVC. Thar be undercuts on yonder giant bits, see?
  9. Maledrakh

    Cthulhu: Death May Die

    I am thinking at last someone made a proper Spawn of Chaos model for Warhammer.
  10. Maledrakh

    Everlasting: the Best Wet Palette

    so niether "everlasting", nor "the best". Who wudda thunk?
  11. Maledrakh

    Overturn Rising Sands

    search "rising sands" and it is there
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    Overturn Rising Sands

    This is the kind of Kickstarter campaign that highlights the "buyer beware" bit of kickstarter. also, the Kickstarter company might want to be more proactive when something most likely will add to giving Kickstarter and crowdfunding in general a bad name.
  13. I like how this tower can be stacked from a hut up to the heavens. It needs a telescope option through the roof though.
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    Cthulhu: Death May Die

    Had to have that big one. Who else can go to to toe with Ma'aldrakar in the bathtub?
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