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  1. For the life of me, I can't ID this 'miniature' in my collection. It's 6" tall and almost solid metal. The bottom of the base only says WAW. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I needed a figure for an NPC, the Lunatic Samurai, who knows the secret of the Bamboo Trail. Identified by haldir in this thread.
  3. Impressive! TYVM Thank you I will have to dig for those. More horns is good.
  4. I see your point about Crucible ... it fits the style. But I didn't see this listed from them.
  5. Does anyone know the manufacturer of this miniature? The tab is blank. I doubt it's Reaper, GW or Iron Wind.
  6. I wanted an unfinished dragon statue, so I used an old metal one I had lying around. The figure is Amber Dragon (2457).
  7. Thanks. My Pathfinder players liked that too. I thought it might come out looking like a mistake.
  8. That's the actual party in my campaign! I can't very well make someone play a gnome. :)
  9. The adventuring party from my Pathfinder campaign: Reaper 14318: Cleric of Ishnar Reaper 02669: Oberon Half-Orc Reaper 89020: Harsk, Iconic Dwarf Ranger Reaper 77049: Arthrand Nightblade, Elf Ranger
  10. The model is produced by Privateer Press for their Hordes game. Uh, I could have sworn I replied with a link. Now I can't find it. Was that not allowed?
  11. Here's my Ironback Spitter for Hordes. http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_2.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_3.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_4.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_5.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_7.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/ironback_8.jpg
  12. From my Pathfinder campaign: The oldest creatures still left over from the original settlers of the valley are lumbering beasts of burden, the krungbeasts. Their handler, the gnome Kiranora, rents them out wherever they're needed most ... pulling out huge stumps, dragging heavy loads, or working in conditions too dangerous for horses.
  13. http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/megaraptor_3.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/megaraptor_4.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/megaraptor_5.jpg
  14. To keep the thread a little pics-light, here are links to more pics of these flesh-rending, eyeball-tearing, ravenous carnivorous but cute birds http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/piranhakeets_2.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/piranhakeets_4.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/piranhakeets_5.jpg http://www.terrainosaur.com/figs2/piranhakeets_6.jpg
  15. Old gray-beard adventurers spin tales of roleplaying games from the ancient mists of time. These forgotten games had outlandish names like Tunnels & Trolls, Chivalry & Sorcery, RuneQuest and even Empire of the Petal Throne. Harken child, the game that I played was one of these. It was called The Fantasy Trip. No, really! And within strange tomes like Advanced Melee, Advanced Wizard, In the Labyrinth, and Tollenkar's Lair, were described many strange beasts. This was the first time that I encountered the dreaded ... PIRANHAKEETS! "These vicious little birds occur in flocks of
  16. My own sculpt of an eyeball beholderkin, next to a D&D prepainted drow. I imagine him saying in a creepy voice, "Mistress ... I detect intruders." (Related to my first attempt at a eyeball beholderkin familiar ... http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64578-20021-bathalian-mind-flayer-with-eyeball-beholderkin-familiar)
  17. This image still comes up first if you google "beholderkin eyeball". Only one company makes anything close: http://www.dark-platypus.com/product/peepers-baby-eye-monsters-rpg-gaming-miniature-for-dd-warhammer-or-horror/
  18. I sculpted a familiar for the Illithid, an Eyeball Beholderkin. Way back when there was no miniature for a tiny Beholder, so I made my own -- the Eyeball is the first figure I ever sculpted! It's held aloft by a black post attached to the base, which I removed from the picture.
  19. Modified for a northern climate. More pics here ... http://www.terrainosaur.com/gallery/viewtopic.php?t=255
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