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3 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

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

Reaper's in Texas, like me.  The dinner plate won't be small, y'all!

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39 minutes ago, klarg1 said:

 

That was my reaction too.

 

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

 

It could have a bit of a curve that isn't visible from this camera angle. It looks like the tip of it might curve slightly to the turtle's left.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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20 minutes ago, Grayfax said:

Reaper's in Texas, like me.  The dinner plate won't be small, y'all!

Unless it's a 28mm scale dinner plate. ::o:

 

Wonder what it would look like with a ninja mask.

 

Could I stack Baba Yaga's hut on its back?

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It might be a 3d model that hasn't been completely posed yet, similar to the Frost Giants in Bones III.  Or not.  Hard to say except that I doubt Reaper would produce a dragon turtle on a spit for us >.>

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Just now, Laoke said:

It might be a 3d model that hasn't been completely posed yet, similar to the Frost Giants in Bones III.  Or not.  Hard to say except that I doubt Reaper would produce a dragon turtle on a spit for us >.>

 

No turtle on a spit?

 

What about soup? I could go for dragon turtle soup.

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Its like the recipe book my players found, with a recipe for scrambled eggs.  The instructions started "First, find a dragon that matches the flavor you want to impart to the dish.  For a beginner, we recommend the white dragon egg which tastes quite bland.  Next, politely ask what gender the dragon is.  Avoid males!"

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On July 15, 2017 at 5:30 PM, NebulousMissy said:

 

I assume +/- 2 weeks from GenCon.

Maybe ...

I just hope they don't kind of spring the actual launch on us without at least a little warning. Even a heads up a couple days before the launch would be nice.

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6 minutes ago, Marc said:

Maybe ...

I just hope they don't kind of spring the actual launch on us without at least a little warning. Even a heads up a couple days before the launch would be nice.

 

Reaper always does a count down page... So you will know the exact second it will launch.

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14 hours 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]. 

 

@Reaperbryan I see, so the final size is still being finalized? Are you able to tell us which sizes you tried out? I'm really hoping it will be big enough to use as a proper DnD dragon turtle! Anyway, thanks for the info!

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Based on the size of the items on the base I would think this is a very small dragon turtle, still very deadly but small for dragon turtles.

 

 

Perhaps Reaper could have it in two sizes one BIG and one BIG

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, klarg1 said:

 

That was my reaction too.

 

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

 

I'm not sure if this an actual model or a rendered image.

The real thing might differ somewhat in the end if it's a rendered image.

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Eyeballing the size of the barrels and amphorae on the base as probably being ~1/2" long, that's put the dragon turtle around 3-4" long.  Big enough for most purposes I would have, but not something in the same class as the BIG dragons of late.

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I was looking at this Image in terms of what collours I should use.

I would most like use natural colors for the turtleparts but what to with the rest ?

 

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