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On 7/16/2017 at 3:42 AM, Charred Toast said:

There is a Dragon Turtle in the upcoming D&D Tomb of Annihilation, although I think it is suppose to be full on huge dragon size. This could be its baby.

There is also one in Princes of the Apocalypse. That one is also huge.

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On 7/15/2017 at 8:29 PM, BardicDave said:

@Reaperbryan, are you able to comment on the size of the dragon turtle? Is it a suitable fit for a base of 4+ inches to match the latest edition of the world's most popular tabletop RPG? Or is it closer in size to the existing dragon turtle from Bones 2? Thanks!

Not really? I mean we printed it in a couple of different sizes, to see which ones worked best for packaging, looked better, and [manufacturing logistics and mold making diatribe here]. 

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1 hour ago, Reaperbryan said:

Not really? I mean we printed it in a couple of different sizes, to see which ones worked best for packaging, looked better, and [manufacturing logistics and mold making diatribe here]. 

So what you're saying is that one the size of a dinner plate isn't inconceivable?!?

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7 minutes ago, David Brawley said:

So what you're saying is that one the size of a dinner plate isn't inconceivable?!?

 

clearly you've conceived it already.

Also, it's obviously life sized.

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16 minutes ago, David Brawley said:

So what you're saying is that one the size of a dinner plate isn't inconceivable?!?

 

Depends on the size of your dinner plate, doesn't it?

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I can already tell bones 4 is gonna hurt the wallet.

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I only just got into painting a few months ago with the core skills learn to paint kit. I'm SO looking forward to this!

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1 hour ago, Knight of the Dinner Table said:

Somebody else suddenly thinking of the world that rests on a giant turtle ...?

 

 

Now I want it so big, I can use its back as a display stand for all the rest of the minis that come with Bones 4!  

 

Surely packaging for a 36" inch turtle shell shouldn't be too hard? ::P:

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1 hour ago, Knight of the Dinner Table said:

Somebody else suddenly thinking of the world that rests on a giant turtle ...?

 

Wait, what!?!  My whole belief system ruined.

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All kidding aside how cool would something like this be as a terrain piece...

 

it could be like a miniature city or realm that some wizard miniaturized... or just a cool statue in a town square.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Chris Palmer said:

All kidding aside how cool would something like this be as a terrain piece...

 

it could be like a miniature city or realm that some wizard miniaturized... or just a cool statue in a town square.

 

 

turtle_by_randis-d7cjeyp.jpg

 

So... Bones of Pandaria?

Though, I gotta admit, meeting the turtle before getting kicked off the shell was pretty cool...

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I was thinking Discworld myself =P Pandaria was just one island on a turtle, not a space-faring turtle

 

discworld_by_nicolsche.jpg

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I have no legitimate reason to buy a Turtle Dragon. That said if I have the funding I will be happy to provide one with a forever home. The logic is that I will eventually move somewhere where I have windows. Windows tend to attract potted plants. Potted plants need buddies to share their pot with.

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On 7/15/2017 at 1:55 PM, Sirithiliel said:

the tail looks a little stiff but i can adjsut that by boiling it to give it a curve

 

That was my reaction too.

 

I love the turtle, but the tail is oddly rigid, and artificial looking.

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