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Disciple of Sakura

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About Disciple of Sakura

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  • Birthday 01/22/1980

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    Northern Kentucky
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    Pathfinder RPG, D&D 3.x, Anime (especially anime from the 90s and early 00s), cats, Magic the Gathering

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  1. Just back the game anyway. It's a great deal for the minis even if you never use the rest of it.
  2. The terrain looks really cool. I'm not sure I'll be able to sleep again after seeing that broodmother, though...
  3. Is Tiny Epic Pirates running late (and how late is it running), or still on schedule? Edit: I see its fulfillment date was scheduled for March 2021, and it's most recent update was this week, stating that product was on its way to fulfillment centers. I'm less concerned about this if they're in process of fulfilling their last KS and are just moving on to the work of the next one.
  4. I backed for the EB. One of these days, I'm going to sit down, watch some videos on setting up my 3d Printer, and get around to doing so... Just need to figure out where in the house I can situate it safely.
  5. You're lucky. My gaming group was having a few attendance issues due to one player's emotional baggage even before 2020, and we last met right around Christmas 2019. Then our first few sessions in 2020 were cancelled due to her issues, and then COVID, and we've only seen each other as a group about 3 times since then. I don't know when we'll be resuming the campaign. I'm of half a mind to just start with a new campaign when we are able to resume, but they all want to just try and speed through the "boss levels" and get done with it instead.
  6. I'm in, just for the miniatures. $48 for an entire dungeon delving board game with some decent minis is worth the cost, I'd say.
  7. This, 100%. I haven't played my "regular" Pathfinder game for over a year, so a lot of the things that I might have been eager to do with my campaign and miniatures have just withered on the vine.
  8. I was working on my T-Rex this week, and decided that I might not always want the cobra head on its headdress, so I cut it off and installed a magnet system to make it removable... ... and then dropped the cobra onto the floor and can't find it anywhere.
  9. I find that a matte or gloss varnish and then ink washes can help pick out details. Also, highlighting with a lighter shade can be good, too. Paint the opaque areas like normal. Here's some examples: Bones 4 Ghost Pirates Kyphrixis, White Dragon
  10. I guess it depends on what you mean by "the hobby." Gaming? Yes, several people. I got several of them into playing D&D, Pathfinder, or Warhammer 40k in my time, including my wife. As a matter of fact, I invited her to join my D&D group before I had any romantic designs on her, though she was apparently interested in me and figured it'd be a good way to get closer to me that way. Seems to have worked out. As for miniatures? I got a friend into 40k and painting minis back in high school in the 90s, but not many other friends have been all that invested or inclined to buy and paint minis.
  11. I remember having to haul just my books and a few minis to other games, and I recall carrying boxes full of miniatures, terrain, and other stuff for Warhammer 40k back in the 90s. I'm really glad I don't have to deal with that now...
  12. It was open earlier in the day when I posted my purchase history, but I guess I will have to live with 21 walls of vines...
  13. My final order, for those who seem to be concerned with these things: It's possible that some more walls of thorns will get ordered. We'll see...
  14. 100%. I have a cabinet full of my painted miniatures, and it's so convenient to be able to just go to it and get them out for tabletop use, rather than having to transport everything from home to a second location and back.
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