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  1. Very nice work! That's one of the (several) minis on my DSM wishlist.
  2. Gods. Dwarven gods, elven gods, orc gods, whatever. Of a size suitable to be either large or huge in certain roleplaying games.
  3. I agree 100%. These are just incredible. Awesome job, per usual.
  4. I'm gonna save this picture as inspiration for my own tiik! Looks awesome!
  5. It'll be cheaper in the pledge manager even as a late backer. https://ks.reapermini.com/sw/login Thanks for the hookup! Any word on when it closes? Maybe I'll be able to pick up a core with some saving. Even if not, I can nab some smaller bits.
  6. Man I wish I could have gotten in on this. The timing was just all wrong for my finances. I know it's early since the KS just finished, but I assume after some months beyond fulfillment thes will become available at retail? Is there even a guess as to what full MSRP will be, what buying options will look like, etc.? I'd really like to get hands on these once they're available (and my LFGS doesn't carry terrain like this).
  7. Man. I ordered an extra set of each themed weapon set. I'm going to be festooned with goodies. Awesome. Thank you, Reaper folks! And I hope that the finding of a new shipping partner is as painless as possible!
  8. More Elder Ones Hippogriffs An androsphinx to go with the lovely gynosphinx we're getting Wyverns Drakes (a la the 3e/4e monster: a bipedal dragon-thing, sorta like a raptor) An incubus Kyton/chain devil A spiked chain-wielding adventurer/not-shadar-kai More hobgoblins Adventurers on fantasy mounts (griffins, hippogriffs, pegasi, nightmares)
  9. I'd add female kobolds, ogres, giants (I know I've asked before, but still), and trolls to that list, at the least, and similarly echo that they resemble the males of their race, rather than be purposefully (and pointlessly) alluring.
  10. There isn't, but that's a bit up to DM discretion too. There's no hard, fast rule for it, no, but it wouldn't be difficult to ad hoc rules for it, particularly with how 5e encourages that more than the last two editions of D&D seemed to. Plus who doesn't like the idea of messing up their enemies? It's far more likely an NPC would be on the receiving end of it than a PC would, save maybe for the boss they must wrest it from.
  11. I may do up something like this for the other two themed armory sets too.
  12. Oh, no! By all means, anyone feel free to steal these and make them your own however you see fit. That's why I shared them!
  13. Defeat Xauros, king of the minotaurs. Survive a night of revels with the Lord of the Wild Hunt. Secure the Heart of Flame. Stop the plague sweeping the heartlands. Win the admiration of Titanya, Queen of Summer. Restore the first temple of [insert god here]. Recover the Fan of Four Winds to cease the wind-drought slowly killing villages that rely upon wind pumps.
  14. Well, I'm a college student, and student teaching this semester. So money is even more tight than normal.
  15. I don't have any Hasslefree minis yet. But there are a number that I want.
  16. So I currently DM a 5e D&D game. One of my favorite things to do is create my own magic items. The armory sets from Bones 3 seem to me to be perfect candidates to have accompanying RPG stats! To that end, I made up the following. Feel free to steal/tweak these if you like them! Ashen Zweihander Greatsword This magic greatsword adds a +2 bonus to attack and damage rolls. Its hilt is fashioned to look like the skull of a ram. When drawn, flakes of ash fall from the blade. When you hit a creature with the ashen zweihander, you deal an extra 2d6 necrotic damage. If a creature hits you, you may use a reaction to cast hellish rebuke. This power recharges every day at dusk. If you kill a creature with the ashen zweihander, its body is reduced to ashes. The only means of bringing such a creature back to life is via either a true resurrection or a wish spell. Axe of Death Battleaxe This magic weapon is shaped to appear as if the wings of the Angel of Death form the axe head. It adds a +3 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with it. Any creature you hit with the ace that isn't a construct, ooze, or an undead takes an additional 2d8 necrotic damage. In addition, if after you strike a creature it is reduced to 100 hit points or fewer, it must immediately make a DC 17 Constitution saving throw or die. A creature that succeeds this saving throw takes 7d8 necrotic damage. Bonesplinter Reaver Greataxe The haft of this greataxe is fashioned from the bleached bone of a long-dead creature. This magic weapon grants you a +1 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with it. It scores a critical hit on a roll of 19 or 20. When you score a critical hit with the axe, the creature you hit must succeed a DC 14 Constitution saving throw or suffer a severed limb. Succeeding the saving throw results in no additional effect. Crown of the Dust King Wondrous Item This crown was the possession of the King of Dust. It has absorbed some of that being’s power. While wearing this crown, you gain some of the properties of undeath. You do not require food or drink, do not need to breathe, and are immune to poison damage and the poisoned condition. You are able to command lesser undead by your sheer presence. As an action, you may attempt to assert your control over any ghouls, skeletons, or zombies within 30 feet of you that you can see. Make a Charisma check. The DC is equal to 10 + the creature’s challenge rating. If you succeed, the undead is under your direct control. You can issue commands as a bonus action on your turn. Any undead within 60 feet of you, whether under your control or not, has advantage on saving throws to resist the effects of being turned. Dust King’s Aegis Shield This magic shield once belonged to the King of Dust. The shield grants you resistance to radiant damage while you bear it. In addition you have resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage from nonmagical weapons wielded by good-aligned creatures. Graveyard Shield Shield This shield is marked by the power of death. You can force a creature adjacent to you to fail a death saving throw. This power recharges at midnight. In addition, while the shield is in your possession you cannot suffocate as a result of being buried. Finally, when you kill a creature that is within 5 feet of you, you gain 10 temporary hit points. Hammer of Doom Maul The head of this magic weapon looks like it is fashioned from a rough slab of a tombstone. The fangs of some creature adorn one end. You gain a +2 bonus to attack and damage rolls made with this magic weapon. You may cast bane as an action. This power recharges at dawn. Reaping Greataxe Greataxe This greataxe is cold to the touch, like a bone left out in winter. This magic weapon grants you resistance to cold and necrotic damage. As a bonus action, you can cause sickly green energy to wreathe the head of the axe, changing all damage it deals to necrotic damage. Another bonus action changes the damage back.
  17. Awesome job! I'd love to pick one of these up sometime. You did up yours just marvelously. Looks straight out of the Monster Manual!
  18. Wonderful job! It was fun to see how you developed him in your WIP too.
  19. Rockin' conversion! I like the color choices too. He ties together nicely.
  20. Thanks! I looked up some tutorials about it to help out a bit. I liked Fantastic Maps.
  21. I probably won't add borders, but I'm planning to make copies after adding basic towns and things the PCs would know about, then I can add discoverable adventure locations for my own reference.
  22. It's just printer paper. I downloaded a hex template online and just print that to use.
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