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Reaper Bones 4: Enthusiasm and Commentary Thread

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13 minutes ago, pcktlnt said:

I know nothing of baba yaga hut. Does it go out of the way to attack people or does it flee when danger is prevalent? 

It chases after fleeing heroes and runs away if Baba Yaga thinks she might lose. 

 

Now we need Baba Yaga's fence made of bones with the posts topped with skulls. 

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Maybe a little Ivan and Nastenka.

 

Ooo! And a pig sleigh!

 

[/obscure joke]

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Yup, that hut just upped me another 20... 

 

 

hope it has a huge turnout.

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We're in for two, one for each of us. Someday, we'll paint them. Someday.

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So, I'm looking through the store ('cause the wife is demanding we watch Dante's Peak) and I spy 03790: Murkillor, Wraith King of the Dark Moors.  It is only one of multiple Murkillors, but I can't help but think that maybe, just maybe, he'd go mighty easily into both the Wraiths set and possibly even into Dreadmere.

 

And that would make seven...

 

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37 minutes ago, dschumm said:

Because I need Baba-Yaga's Treehouse of Woe

 

That right there is almost worth getting two of each.

 

In other news, the little figures I'd pick out piece-meal from the core set at retail has finally achieved an amount at greater than the core set price. In for the core now. I should really start painting the first core set. *sigh* I need a lot more motivation and time.

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Alright I ponied up for the tree when that came up. All you guys who were excited by the hut it's your turn now.

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What is really exciting to me is that outside the Dragon and possible left over Conan stuff there aren't a lot of teases left, but a lot of time left. I think they are keeping a little more guarded than last time and we will get some great surprises this week to keep the fires and wallets burning.

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3 minutes ago, dschumm said:

What is really exciting to me is that outside the Dragon and possible left over Conan stuff there aren't a lot of teases left, but a lot of time left. I think they are keeping a little more guarded than last time and we will get some great surprises this week to keep the fires and wallets burning.

 

I was just pondering if too many teasers does them a disservice. I see everyone asking for dragons but they want "more/different" dragons than the one we already have and the one teased (that presumably we'll get eventually). Everyone seems to want "new". As soon as it's teased or released, it doesn't remain exciting.

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1 hour ago, dschumm said:

Because I need Baba-Yaga's Treehouse of Woe

treehouse.jpg

 

... Well now I know what I'll be doing with mine! :lol:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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42 minutes ago, strawhat said:

So, I'm looking through the store ('cause the wife is demanding we watch Dante's Peak) and I spy 03790: Murkillor, Wraith King of the Dark Moors.  It is only one of multiple Murkillors, but I can't help but think that maybe, just maybe, he'd go mighty easily into both the Wraiths set and possibly even into Dreadmere.

 

I was worried when I first read this that maybe getting the wraiths was a bad idea.  But 03790: Murkillor, Wraith King of the Dark Moors is $13.  A full $3 more than the second set of Wraiths I picked out to canibalize into my 7th, 8th and 9th Nazghul.

 

A good find to know about nonetheless.

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Murkillor is metal, which is why the price is so hefty.  It would be much lower price in Bonesium (if he were to be included somewhere along the line).

 

But my, oh my, is he purty.

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Personal wishlist:

Tier 1 Lamia, Pegasus, Couatl, Unicorn  maybe a cool looking banshee

Tier 2 Bulette, Otyugh, maybe a Glabrezu or slaad

Tier 3 Erinyes, Beholder, Havent seen a Nalfeshnee  in awhile either would love to

Tier 4ish Goristro , Empyrean, Solar

 

currently 152 in so far and wanting to get up to my 300 dollar cap ;p

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