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I was looking through DHL's old style gallery (which I really wish would be reinstated for new stuff as well), and saw a few models that could double in the Chronoscope universe. I know it's its own game, but for anyone that uses Chronoscope for RPG purposes, maybe these DHL models can help you out (not counting the plethora of monsters/critters/bugs/classic monsters):

 

Jungle/Lost World adventures:

 

3145: Malapango Savages

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3153: Bogani, Savage King on Throne

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3052: K'baka Kwana

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3092: Axebeak

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2996: Carnotaurus

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Anyone else have any other suggestions?

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To the best of my knowledge Chronoscope isn't a game, but a line of miniatures primarily intended for RPGs or non-background specific games.

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To the best of my knowledge Chronoscope isn't a game, but a line of miniatures primarily intended for RPGs or non-background specific games.

 

Whoops!

 

:upside:

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I am currently painting up the Iron Golem in a red, white, and blue color scheme for use in Super System. I also have the Onyx Golem from Warlord that I am going to use as his arch-nemesis. I'm also using the Clay Golem for Super System as well.

 

Two others that work well are the two Swamp Shamblers. One looks like Swamp Thing and the other looks like Man-Thing. Eskin, Male Rogue is another good one.

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To the best of my knowledge Chronoscope isn't a game, but a line of miniatures primarily intended for RPGs or non-background specific games.

Yet........

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There are alot more, but I'm not able to spend all the time on this post that I'd like. Tara the silent looks fairly modern due to the pants style. The Cave Women can be used in pulp/steam-punk, there is an african queen-ish figure that looks like she's got some traditional african garb on...

 

Wish I had more time... there are quite a few crossovers ::o:

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To the best of my knowledge Chronoscope isn't a game, but a line of miniatures primarily intended for RPGs or non-background specific games.

Yet........

Honestly, I'd rather they didn't.

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There are lots of DHL and Warlord figures I've collected for pulp games. Somewhere i have a list of over 100 from the DHL line alone. I've used DHL in all kinds of non fantasy games even Star Wars.

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To the best of my knowledge Chronoscope isn't a game, but a line of miniatures primarily intended for RPGs or non-background specific games.

Yet........

Honestly, I'd rather they didn't.

 

Seconded.

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Ironworker, you indeed are the master of finding DHL models for your pulp games. I've seen your work posted around here, and my hat's off to you.

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Speaking of converting fantasy minis to sci-fi, is there any source for modern weapons to use for such conversions? I hate buying whole minis just to get the gun off of it.

 

Castlebuilder

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VOID have a few weapons packs in their range. I know they are SF but some are fairly close to modern.

 

I usually have a few 'shotguns' from Imperial Gaurds, and the odd flamethrower. GW stuff tends to be on the 'big' side for converting standard 25/28mm.

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