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So glad I got Nylarlathotep!

 

It was mentioned that he ended up a little bigger than originally planned but how big is it?  Did it say somewhere and I missed it?

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1 minute ago, NecroMancer said:

So glad I got Nylarlathotep!

 

It was mentioned that he ended up a little bigger than originally planned but how big is it?  Did it say somewhere and I missed it?

The base is nearly 125mm square.

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I was hoping the top hat would have made it as add-on to the sculpt. One of Izzy's sketch's has Nyarly adorned with a top hat & cane. Awesome job by all!!

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I pledged for him and plan to turn him into a plant monster.

***You thought that Cobra was King of the Jungle? Think again!****

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2 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

I pledged for him and plan to turn him into a plant monster.

***You thought that Cobra was King of the Jungle? Think again!****

 

Image result for little shop of horrors plant

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So Nyarly is a good bit different then what I pictured from the concept art.  I say it as more coming up out of a ruined temple or portal.  This is probably a little more versatile as if you take him off the base you can use the two separately.

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I'm keen to get Blacksting the Wyvern, does anyone know if it is easily removed from the ruins? I don't particularly like miniatures attached to scenery (plus the ruins look great by themselves).

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It was very impressive to see Nyarlthingy and hear about the background... but only one more update left before pledging closes and quite a lot of figures still not seen "in the flesh". (Worry, worry, twitch, worry.)

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5 hours ago, paintybeard said:

... only one more update left before pledging closes...

 

Gah! That doesn't leave me much time... Still have about $80 in bases and maybe 3 more sets of Apes, Nagas and Dire animals to add.

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10 hours ago, paintybeard said:

It was very impressive to see Nyarlthingy and hear about the background... but only one more update left before pledging closes and quite a lot of figures still not seen "in the flesh". (Worry, worry, twitch, worry.)

Oh no... Oh... oh... :unsure: I don't know if I'm gonna be able to squeeze any more out of my hobby budget for this... 

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Okay, unless I get 18 bucks spare before the 3rd of September to get paint set A, here is my final pledge lockdown:

 

Chronoscope Expansion x1
Dire Beasts x1
Villagers x1
Elves x1
High Rollers x1
Trolls x1
Living Statue Spartan x1
Argent x1
74015 x1
74023 x1
74028 x1
74029 x1
74031 x1
74033 x1
74043 x1
74046 x1
74047 x1
74050 x1
74061 x1
74062 x1
74063 x1
74064 x1

(these 5 digit numbers at the end are bases FYI)

 

Yup, this should be it:) Just shy of $900, ouch! 

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