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For the most recent works in progress, a gigantic distraction from my poor Death Guard project.  In the last week, multiple delayed Kickstarters (and one on-time Nickstarter) arrived...as well as the ReaperCon Swag Bag!

Arrivals included:

  • Stonehaven Miniatures Giants
  • Stonehaven Adventurers 2017
  • Midlam Miniatures "Winter Adventurers"
  • Reapercon Swag Bag
  • Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago Nickstarter

 

 

While I am trying to complete the Death Guard, I did ready these groups for prime time:

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The Giants are nicely sized.  While there are some issues with the scaling between Giant "tribes" in comparison to 5E entries, they do tower over adventurers.  The Wolf Lord, who I expected to be an Ogre-sized werewolf, is massive!

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