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Bones You'd Like To See

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Used to be, nobody made any decent "modern zombie" figures. Reaper has corrected this situation, but I wouldn't say no to some of Reaper's better zombies done in cheap plastic for quick horde to apocalypse scenarios.

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Would certainly like to see some Chronoscope sculpts find there way in.

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All the rest of the larger D&D-type monsters

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I'd like an army of the dead, actual size please.

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New releases. I've already got everything I want that's been made in metal.

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Would certainly like to see some Chronoscope sculpts find there way in.

 

Dark Heaven bones will be fantasy figures, some new, some from our Dark Heaven Legends and Warlord (and P-65) lines.

 

Once the line is established, we will examine the feasibility of a Chronoscope Bones line, or whether a blended approach would be stronger. I do want to reassure you that Chronoscope has not been forgotten with this line.

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Oooh! New sculpts/poses for the giants (frost, fire. etc.)!

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I'd also like to see Chronoscope in this material. I'm kind of a bargain shopper, so I snap up dark haven blister now and then, but the Chronoscope isn't quite cheap enough for an impulse buy.

 

I know that Chronoscope has been mostly passed over by P-65, so why not just go strait to Bones.

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Every figure that is more than $10.

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Oooh! New sculpts/poses for the giants (frost, fire. etc.)!

 

QFT. Any larger Warlord soldier mini that has been lacking an "alternate" version of a sculpt (this would include Koborlas, Icingstead, Trolls, Gnolls, etc.). A lower price-point would help combat the age-old problems these figures have had of cost, and the majority of them are the sorts of generic fantasy monsters that gamers would be interested in.

 

~v

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More Gnolls, including an archer.

Bugbears, including an archer.

 

ALL of Ben Siens Lizardmen, including the big Tyrant.

 

The Crymorian Warrior.

Reptus Cavalry (and Dark Elf Cavalry too).

 

The Brood Dragon and its Rider.

 

Agramon.

 

You know what, I'll just stop myself here.

 

Thanks, Reaper!!

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Thought: what's the possibility of doing some of the "chromatic" boxed set dragons in this material? I have the blue, and the thing is very heavy -- so much so that for gaming purposes it does not leave the house. But made of this material, and I'll take it anywhere and everywhere!

 

Damon.

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I know that you have stated that the focus is going to be on hero figures in the rampup, but really what I need cheep figures for is for bands of monsters. You know that any DnD adventure is going to have scores of Kobolds, Orks, Trolls, Skeletons, Goblins, Lizardmen and the like. In fact in my recent adventure I decided to venture into sculpting my own minis because I couldn't find Bullywugs or Mudmen. I don't mind dropping a bit of extra cash on a really nice metal hero figure because he is going to be on the gameboard 95% of the game, where as my kobolds may play a genorus 10% of the time.

 

So what would i like to see for Bones? MONSTERS lots and lots of monsters. Even better if a set of monsters like skellies for instance came with bits to convert weapons, shields and the like.

 

But I love that you have ventured into this. HUGE potiential....

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I know that you have stated that the focus is going to be on hero figures in the rampup, but really what I need cheep figures for is for bands of monsters. You know that any DnD adventure is going to have scores of Kobolds, Orks, Trolls, Skeletons, Goblins, Lizardmen and the like. In fact in my recent adventure I decided to venture into sculpting my own minis because I couldn't find Bullywugs or Mudmen. I don't mind dropping a bit of extra cash on a really nice metal hero figure because he is going to be on the gameboard 95% of the game, where as my kobolds may play a genorus 10% of the time.

 

So what would i like to see for Bones? MONSTERS lots and lots of monsters. Even better if a set of monsters like skellies for instance came with bits to convert weapons, shields and the like.

 

But I love that you have ventured into this. HUGE potiential....

There will also be monsters. Just there will also be characters, which is something that LE didn't have in spades.

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I'd like to see some of the more expensive monstrous metal sculpts that range in the $20+ area normally...Eldritch Demon, Demons, Devils, etc.

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