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#1 ladystorm


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Posted 21 March 2011 - 05:52 AM

This is the current thread for minis we would like to see.

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* The included list is formatted exactly how HQ receives it. it would make compiling much. much easier if your post included a brief list of your request at the beginning and then you follow with the paragraphs of text you wish to explain your requests. When clear items are not easily found, they may not make the list that gets forwarded.
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28mm version of 01406: Sophie,Succubus 72mm
accessories( books, potion bottles, globes, furniture, etc).
adventuring clerics with different weapons, gear.
Alice from Wonderland
American Indians from a variety of tribes that do not wear mohawks.
Animal Companions: alternates
animal hybrids that aren't cute.
Anime inspired fantasy minis.
Annis Hag- a large hideous and savage old woman. Clothing optional.
Ant Queen and minions
Anthropomorphic Animal gods/esses: cats, wolves, birds, bears, reptiles, etc.
appropriately proportioned critters to use on bases instead of just the overly huge ones
Archons, Storm
Aristocrats, fancily dressed, looking haughty.
Asian familiar pack: Baby Foo Dog, Baby Buddha, Baby Oriental Dragon, a Koi fish, and a baby panda.
Asian spell-caster (like Tian race from Pathfinder)
Atlas w/ the world as a seperate bit.
Bar patrons, etc. Sitting (if possible), standing and leaning.
Bar patrons: holding mug, sitting down, slumped over counter passed out, playing card/dice, dancing
barbarian with fox tail
Bard, minstrel
Bards, herald themed
bare-fisted fighters, male and female (especially female)
Bathalian warriors caste
battle golems
Bears, with Wings
big, open can of left-handed, saber-toothed worms
Birth of Venus
blacksmith of any or all giant species
Bone pack: set of skulls, leg bones, ribs, spines, etc. Not all human or even humanoid.
Bouncer looking menacing. Arms folded over chest with cudgel on lanyard hanging from wrist or belt.
Buddhist-monk style, clothed, or savage clothing
Bugbears, variety of weapons (not morningstars)
Cats in 25mm with a little variety
Centaurs - champion/leader
Centaurs - warriors with bow
Centaurs - warriors with spears/javelins
Chained Spirit: ghost style figure with chains leading to skulls on the ground
Characters who are half into a shapeshift
Characters with coats.
Chicken lizards.
Children from other races like dwarves, orcs, halflings, goblins...
Chinese style Half-Dragon.
Chinese-style figures, of both genders and all races, not monk-class
Chinese-style minis
chipmunk companion for the mouslings.
chubby characters, monks, wizards, priests etc.
Ciants, Astral
city watchmen from Ankh-Morpork.
Class gods/esses: paladin gods, cleric gods, thief god, etc.
Classical Gorgons
Cloaked Adventurer With Hood
common soldiers
Companion dogs: no snarling etc, some lolling about, laying, gnawing bones etc.
Completely nude fairies. Sitting or standing. C or pref. smaller breast size.
conan-like male Barbarians
Concept gods/esses: death/underworld, storms, beer, etc.
Cook female
Cook male
Court nobles (without drawn weapons) added to the townsfolk series.
cusith, elven hound
Cyclops, BIG with a BIG rock
Dark elves who arent covered in skulls, spikes or spider motifs.
Death Cultists armed with scythes and sickles.
deep recessed bases like #74006 please! sizes (30mm, 40mm, 50mm?) and a couple rounds
defilers without metal weapons
desert gladiators without metal weapons
DHL Classics: Malvernis Inquisitors
dire animals
dire pigmy marmoset
Dire Shark
dire tiger
dire wolverine
disreputable bandit
Dogs, more variety
Doppleganger in natural state
dragon that looks like it was woven together out of wood
Dragonborn - various classes, Warlord, Fighter, Paladin, Sorceror, Cleric
Dragonborn - winged
Drakes (Wingless Dragons)
druid with a quarterstaff
druid with a scythe or sickle
Druids, without fur
dwarf riding a gryphon
dwarf riding a ram
Dwarf W/bows
dwarf with a tool kit (similar to the gnome)
Dwarf with Blunderbuss or Musket
Dwarven Fop with fencing sword. (male and female)
Dwarven peasants: blacksmith and brewer
Dwarves: Bald, beardless
Element gods/esses: fire, water, etc.
Elephant men
elf cavalry
elf with spiked chains
Elk/Deer, boar, wolf, eagle, lion
Evil Savage
Fantasy Steampunk/pseudo-Victorian
Farm Animals (farm horse, sheep, goat, cow, hen, rooster, goose, etc.)
Feathered Velociraptors
female dwarf monk
female elf monk
Female full ogress, no nudity, perhaps with brood?
Female Half-Ogress, unarmed and clothed simply
female humanoids (Orc, Orge, Half-ogre ,Half-orcs & Goblins).
female in chain mail with a fox tail
female minotaur
female minotaur
Female orc pole dancers.
Female Satyr Ranger
female spellcasters in practical clothing, not dresses. :)
Female version of 03053
Fighters with chain mail armor
Fleshy versions of 14349 Razig Grunt or14275 Jackie Bones.
Foo Dog set: a male and female that were mirror images and and a young
footprints on a base
Forest Elves
Friendly merchant making supplicating gestures
Furnishings. Such as tables, benches, treasure chests, etc
Gamma World style figures
Gant , cloud
Genasi (preferably fire, storm, and air)
generic adventurer
Giant cockaroach
Giant Fly
Giant Gila Monsters
giant insects
Giant Maggot
Giant Minotaur
giant owl
Giant Snakes
Giant Stone Fists (Left and Right)
Giant, civilized, well-equipped, [due to cooperation and barter with humans or dwarves].
Giant, Fire King w/flaming claymore
Giant, Frost King w/maul
Giant, Storm
Giant, storm wielding a spear with a thunderbolt design
Giants, Storm
girl mouslings
Gnome with a spanner wrench and toolkit clothing
goblin, female and children
god figures
Greek inspired warriors
Greek Warriors
Griffon w/armor
Griffon w/barding
guys wearing ornate feathered headdresses and armor, obsidian spears and daggers
half human/animal male hybrids in clothes
half-orc female, medieval Scottish attire, broadsword
Hand sprues with OPEN left and right hands in various poses and gestures
Head sprues -- short haired women, orcs, elves, bald female without maniacal grin
heavy armor characters w/ no visable flesh.
hellborn monk
Heroes of the Ramayana
High Elves
Highwayman of the American Colonial/Revolutionary period--tricorn hat, etc.
Highwayman/duellist of the Hundred-Years War period or thereabouts, both mounted and not.
hobgoblins female
Hobgoblins of various weapons wearing medium and heavy armor.
Hobgoblins, Attractive Females
hobgoblins, w/crossbows
hobgoblins, w/polearms
Hooker Swarm
Horse: saddled/unsaddled and pack
Horses: Standing, of different types (heavy, light, pony), without riders. Tacked and untacked.
human illusionist.
Human King and Queen set. with an attendent courtier or even a prince/princess.
Human males with spears
Human spellcasters with armor & swords
Human street merchants: fruit seller with cart, hotfood vendor with cart, chestnut seller, teamster with team
Iconic gods/esses: Thor, Shiva, Ganesh, etc.
incubus with leathery wings
Indian Warhammer/Warpick.
Japanese fantasy figures
Kawiil, the god with a snake for a leg
Kobolds two fisted shooting crossbows.
Leader of the Rats
Lightly armored women
livestock packs (swine)
lizardfolk warriors.
Low level type adventures
Mad Hatter
Male authority figure on a throne
Male Aztec type warriors and priests.
Male swashbuckler
Male versions of DHL #2981 Lonnia, Female Duelist
Masked highwaymen
Medieval maiden/ lady riding sidesaddle on decorated fine horse
Medieval man on decorated fine horse
medieval or renassiance styled kings and queens of different races. some courtiers too.
mephit familiar. Kinda like a small sized succubus.
Merchant: hawking wares, few other tradesman, some henchmen lugging crates, barrels or bolts of fabric,
Merchant: large oily smiled and rubbing hands together looking pleased
mini covered with eyes
mining railways with moveable cart and ore.
minis with choices of weapons included
minis with spectacles/glasses.
Minotaur that is in scale of 7.5 to 8 feet tall
Minotaurs - armoured fighter, ranger, shaman
Minotaurs with swords and not axes
Minotaurs without weapons
Minstrels: harpist, singer, someone with bagpipes, someone with fiddle, jester, or juggler, fortune teller
Mites: Tiny little sneaks with large heads
Monkey King from Chinese mythology
Monks: all races, less of an Asian style
More blacksmiths, beggars, or street merchants
More Large Figures: not enough non-dragons/non-giants for those who want to paint up the larger figs.
Mount: unicorn for a caster type
mounted figures
mounted highway men
Mounted spellcaster
Mounts, variety (bears, griffins, etc)
Mounts: other than horses - dogs, rams, ponies, donkeys/mules, etc.
mousling belly dancer
mousling belly dancer
musketeers, like something out of Dumas' novel
mutated animals
Narnian Giant kitted for battle
nasty insects like mantis and ants and bees
nautical figures, no pistols
Needlefang Drake Swarms.
Noble children
Noble female
Noble male
Non-dire size common animals in multi-pose packs
non-geisha asians
non-mounted version of DH03264 Roderic Ambermead.
ogre/giant lunchbox: a human/gnome/halfling in a little bird cage.
Old grizzled wargamers with kepi and pipe
Oriental themed Emperor/Empress set. With courtiers
Pack animals
Pans Labyrinth monster
People in masks. Like a flat faced one you can paint a design on.
Pigsy, Sandy and the Tang Monk.
Pirate mage
Pirates (both live and undead) without guns
pirates with guns
Plague Doctor
Plaguebringers/Queens Physicians:
Plumed Serpents
Polar bear
Polar Bear
Polar Bear cavalry
Polar Bear: Armored, Dire, Something to go along with Frost Giant Princess
Pregnant anything really. round minis in general. Sumo wrestlers come to mind.
Pregnant druid
pregnant druid.
pregnant woman
priest hiking his robe up and running.
Princess, Gypsy, Psion, Cleric, Dark Knight, Warlock.
Push Sword
Race gods/esses: a god of elves, dwarves, etc.
Ram headed sphinx
ram-drawn cart with a dwarf driver
Red Death/Dance of Death Figures: A popular middle ages icon.
Red Mantis
Red Reaver
resculpt Fire Elemental
resculpt of DH02629 Jade Star
resculpts of DH02628 Iron Fist
Robert E. Howard-Style Serpent Men.
Robin Hood archers
rogue: both metal & clear plastic
rogues that arent elves, halflings and the like
Sahuagin - warriors, shamans, leaders
screaming maiden holding her hands up in front of her
sea serpent
semi-nude female barbarian/Amazon warrior
Senators, philosophers, statesmen, etc.
Servants (butler, maid, cook, gardener, etc.)
Shadar-Kai - Witches, Chain Fighters
Shifters - Longtooth and Razorclaw
Skeleton sorcerer in hooded robe
Skeletons - centaurs
Skeletons - four arms
Skeletons - minotaurs
slovenly fighters wearing shoddy armor, suitable for low-budget
Sophie: Christmas watching a childlike Sophie opening a gift.
Sophie: male version
Sophie: non-holiday
Sophie: other genre based
sphinx, w/Hawk head
spider turtle
Spider turtle.
steampunk inspired figures
Street thugs, threatening with knives or clubs.
Street vendor with his wares in cart or basket
Sword Mages
Tavern patrons. Medieval and ancient. All races
templars without metal weapons
tiefling female
tiefling female relaxing
Tieflings/Hellborn - clerics (hand sprue for holy symbol, book, and various weapons,) rogues, fighters
Town guards,
Townsfolk in robes both men and women
townsfolk women who are not strumpets.
Townsfolk, including craftsmen, merchants, lowlifes, nobles, scholars, demihumans.
Treasure chest (closed) with no base.
Treasure chest (open) with no base.
Trolls: shorter, 6 to 7 foot tall
Unarmed human king and queen, and perhaps prince and princess
UN-armored, NON-pirate male swashbucklers with dual swords and no floppy hats or prissy bubble pants!
Unicorns in a neutral stance (not running or rearing back)
vampire with a really huge sword
variations on Ben Siens Clay Golem/Laboratory Mutant
Walrus cavalry
Walrus, with barding?
war elephant
warriors armed with madu and sword.
Weapon pack: black powder weapon
weapon pack: Indian Weapons
weapons like flails, quarterstaves and spears.
weapons pack without any swords. w/small weapons like handaxes, knives and non-bladed
Weapons pack: hands already attached to guns.
well-dressed women, wielding two weapons
Werewolf in victorian style clothing
Werewolf wielding a weapon and/or wearing armor appropriate to their shape
Western monks (guys in brown robs hood and sandals)
Wizards - various races and ages
wizards who arent wearing long robes or gowns or carrying staffs
woman pulling a kid dressed as a dragon in a red wagon
Woodland creatures like deer, bears, etc.. in neutral stances (not running or rearing)
Young adventurers with low grade armor and weapons
Youthful pickpocket.. Kind of oliver twist / little gavroche type fella
Zombie Dragon
Zombies (human) in medieval fantasy clothes with no weapons.
Zombies: with butcher cleave

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#2 Colonel Kane

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Posted 23 March 2011 - 09:56 AM

I would like to see some 'stautes of Egyptian gods and goddess, specifically the goddess Selket. Just little fetish I seem to be developing....

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#3 joshuaslater



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Posted 29 March 2011 - 11:47 AM

Hair accesories!!! A sprue of Topknots, Braids, etc.

There are so many bald models that these could decorate. Just make'em big enough to pin please.

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 04:05 PM

I still wanna sprue of hands in various positions -- spellcasting, open, pointing, etc. It'd save me the trouble of hunting through my drawer of hands looking for the appropriate ones.
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Posted 31 March 2011 - 08:22 AM

I'd honestly love to see a Vampire Hunter D inspired mini, preferably the D from Bloodlust. So, big hat, big sword, cape, bracers, greaves, maybe add some thigh armor, then sort of regular clothing on the chest, with maybe a hint of a mail vest below the shirt, a baldric with some throwing knives. For the hat, I'd prefer it to be simple, none of that fancy ornamentation on it, that is usually depicited. I mean I know there are some assassin figures in the hat and cape getup, but they're not really what I'm looking for to depict the character whose name I use to post. And the big sword is optional, to a degree, I either want the figure with the large nodatchi like sword, or two katanas. Either will really work for me, whatever works for Reaper in terms of avoiding copyright issues and generating the interest of the sculptor works for me, I like to think I'm fairly flexible. It's really just the hat and cape with light armor that I'm looking for. Preferable a vampire, but a handsome vampire, and the fangs don't have to be showing, really. It's more important to me that the face has elven sorts of features, though I imagine the hat will cover the ears, so a handsome human will work too. I could go into far more detail on exactly what I want, but I imagine that won't do much good, since Reaper needs to sell more than one of the mini. So, I'll be happy with anything that fits the more "general" description. Plus, I think I've gone on for long enough as it is. Thank you Reaper for allowing me to make this request in the first place, as that just makes you super awesome.

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 10:16 PM

Wedding party, or at least a bride and groom. This could work for Chronoscope as well.

I'm using 03150: Siobhana, Vampire Noble for a bride at the moment (at least her fangs aren't showing). Looking at the stance, with cup in hand, made me think of a scenario: the PCs come into a small town/village, which looks deserted. Finally they reach the town hall where they get invited into the wedding reception. The stance made me think of the bride giving a toast at her reception. The twist is, the vampire bride marries a traveler that came into the village that day and later feasts on her mundane husband. The PCs just provide potential food for the rest of the vampire townfolk which are at the reception. ::D:

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Posted 05 April 2011 - 11:45 PM

Both the hair and the hands sounds like a very good idea. ::D:

Does steampunk count as fantasy? I have seen SF fans argue that it is fantasy, and and fantasy fans argue that it is SF. I lean towards fantasy, myself. I'd love to see engineers, male and female, with big wrenches, for a steampunk era - maybe one based on Jamie Hyneman.... A pair of steampunk mages and/or technomages, just to cement this as fantasy. (And 'cause my steampunk game has magic.)

Goggles and prosthetics would be cool too.

For modern fantasy a real odd ball - zombie jazz funeral. (It came up in a game a couple of years ago, and the image is still with me.)

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Posted 06 April 2011 - 04:43 PM

For modern fantasy a real odd ball - zombie jazz funeral.

I can dig that... Especially if it came with an old-school horse-drawn funeral wagon and a Baron Samedi figure in a top hat.
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Posted 06 April 2011 - 07:58 PM

Early adventurers in basic gear/accessories

Adventurers in thier "first -third" level with items like basic weapons and armor. Everything from fighters, rangers, mages...
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 12:19 AM

@ Gaming Glen - purely evil idea! But I'll second that request.

I've been looking for a young mage type, human, male, clean shaven, mid back length hair, no weapon in hand, or if he's holding a weapon, it's a dagger. Leather pants, knee or thigh high boots, loose shirt, or leather vest.

Also, what about some general livestock to go with the Townsfolk collection? Cows, pigs, horses, ponies, oxen.


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Posted 16 April 2011 - 07:15 PM

Racing snails, maybe with halfling riders...

Someone brought them up in the mouseling thread, and it occurred to me that maybe some not-characters from The Neverending Story would be cool too...



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Posted 16 April 2011 - 10:24 PM

Female Gnome characters. Specifically mounted fighters.

There seems to be very few female gnome characters and none are mounted. We've searched high and low and it seems no one is making them. One mounted on a wolf is specifically what I'm looking for, but any mounted female gnomes would still be nice to see.

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Posted 19 April 2011 - 11:08 PM

More harpies? Maybe different poses or style from the others on the site.

Also, dwarves on boars. There are so few of them. :D

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 10:05 PM

Mounted characters in general.

Hands with weapons in them including swords, daggers, crossbows and pistols.

I'd love to see some Vampire Hunter D inspired minis, but VHD is post-historical spaghetti western supernatural fantasy. I'm pretty sure it belongs in Chronoscape.


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Posted 26 April 2011 - 12:24 PM

I'd like to see miniatures associated with the goblins web-comic. I'm not associated with it in any way, just an avid reader and would love to have miniatures to collect from the comic.


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