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Lihmeth

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  1. I hope they do end up breaking up the core, I'm getting it, but I'd like an extra band of gnomes, an extra nightmare and extra familiars at least. Looking forward to the last 48hrs, and very curious about the rest of Hakir and Denizens.
  2. Frost themed goblins, wearing fur and hats. Snow foxes and wolves do well in cold countries. But yes, cold favours larger sizes because that means less surface area relative to body size, and thus less heat loss. Still, the cold itself is quite the enemy 😉
  3. I recently painted the pig and cart from bones 4, and realised a donkey and cart would make a great addition to a villager set 😉 Also, crafts(wo)men and artisans from various races, much like Nub, Tub, the dwarven butcher and the elven blacksmith that are available. A half-orc potter, halfling farmers, a blacksmith and stablehand shoeing a horse, etc. A fun expansion maybe: a Stagecoach with horses and driver, and 4-5 mounted bandits (cowboys). Can be a wild West set, but easily adapted to a fantasy or steampunk setting. Seconding the mounted adventurers that were mentioned earlier. Would like to add a fairy on a hummingbird or hummingbird griffon. Also the set of random enlarged/dire animals would be fun! And a Fae expansion 😍
  4. I'd really like to see a set of artisan townsfolk, just people at work to populate a village. A blacksmith and stable hand shoeing a horse, a potter making pottery, a baker making bread, all with their props&stuff 🙂 Also, a stagecoach with 4 horses and driver, and perhaps some bandits on horseback would make a great encounter set for a western setting, that could easily be modified for a fantasy setting!
  5. CobraMode has lovely, unique sculpts. Well supported, available promptly at the start of the month, good quality and they offer some throwbacks as well. I've been with them from the start, and I've printed many of their models. Naga minis has fun anthropomorphic characters, but I haven't printed any yet so can't speak for their presupports
  6. Last update for this I think, I got a gift certificate for the webshop for the amount that was overcharged. I'm quite happy with this solution, my partner less so Apparently I have "enough plastic" Perhaps I should order only metal minis in that case
  7. The other package had the complete order value, but half the order value is about the declared value of the second package. Something went wrong there, but I'm sure it'll get fixed :)
  8. Whoa, lucky! On advice from a PostNL lady, I picked up the package and intended to contest the charges. Turned out it wasn't a mistake on the side of PostNL though. For some reason, the package which contains only a pirate ship has a declared value of 418,50$+19,98GBP shipping Guess I'll be emailing [email protected] next. Also, this ship is **heavy**, I thought it would fit in my backpack, with the top sticking out .... It did not fit in the backpack. My arms are now very tired
  9. It's available for collection now ... with another bill of 110€ I'll be on the phone with PostNL on monday I guess
  10. That's really good to know, thanks! I'll keep you updated
  11. 2021-08-20 11:33DEN HAAG INBOUND, Awaiting Customs clearance
  12. One of my boxes was delivered (in the Netherlands) on the 2nd of September, after arriving at customs on the 20th of August. The other package (the ship) is still at customs according to the tracking :( PostNL shows nothing when I enter the tracking code, their customer service can't help me either. I'm a bit worried that this is because the complete cost was declared on one box, meaning the other box has no associated cost. I paid VAT on the whole amount of my order when I received the main box.
  13. A set of non-human townsfolk/artisans with props would be great, ex: Catfolk baker (couple?) Dwarven potter Gnomish jewelry maker/goldsmith Halfling merchant etc. stablehands, farmers, porters, basket weavers, stonemasons, woodcutters/carpenters, beekeepers, clothiers/tailors, lacemakers, tanner, bookbinder, glassworker, maids, butlers, apothecary, alchemist, miller, shepherd with sheep, surgeon, street performers And non-human children, perhaps with toys, or teenagers with mock weapons or work gear. A coach-and-four with driver A chariot in the Egyptian style and in the Celtic style A trap with one horse A horse-drawn sleigh, perhaps a troika An oxe-drawn cart A beer wagon Different types of coach horses: Shire, Hackney, Friesian types, perhaps mules, a pack horse would also be nice Mounted nobles (men and women, possibly non-humans as well), perhaps in a hunting encounter with hounds and hawks, with elegant light riding horses/palfreys. I love the hippocampus figurehead, a sea-chariot drawn by hippocampi would be great! Some fey creatures would be great as well: pixies, brownies, leprechauns, sylphs, nymphs, dryads, a wild hunt set, a fairy dragon, the green man, the fairy king and queen (Titania and Oberon). Perhaps a collab with Brian Froud? A wild hunt set might actually make a good encounter set ;)
  14. I'd like to participate again as well, it was a lot of fun the last times I joined :)
  15. CobraMode teaser for July: And bonus models for June: Naga Minis July teaser:
  16. The Ghost dragon is not included in the stretch goals! You get one if you are in an eligible pledge, but it it's own add-on so you can add more that way ;)
  17. Just add the extra amount to your village pledge, you can add another in the pledge manager. Their FAQ says it'll work like that so it should be safe :)
  18. You could get 2 village pledges instead, for 1€ more you get another set of stretch goals ;)
  19. These will go well with the Bones V sea-themed minis :)
  20. Could anyone point me to a list of common Pathfinder Buffs? I've found it hard to keep track of all the buffs by party uses (and their effects), so I've been trying to find a copy of the buff deck but haven't had any luck so far. I figured I'd make my own, but aside from the buffs we commonly use (Inspire courage, Prayer, Magic Fang, Good Hope), I'm a bit stumped on which ones to add. Googling hasn't helped me much, but maybe I used the wrong terms I'd like to be able to use these for multiple campaigns, so I want to include spells/effects from most common classes.
  21. The brine goblins were what lured me in for Dark Depths And I love the sirens and Brinewind to go along with it... and then I had to get the ship of course, with the hippocampus figurehead. I'm running a campaign in the desert for the forseeable future, but I guess it's pirates after that! The Greek monsters will fit in well I think, whenever they make landfall, and the Dreadmere villagers will work well with the Brinewind ones. I'm really looking forward to painting the large jellyfish, but I'm also a bit scared of it. All the big seamonsters will be really fun to paint in bright, tropical colourschemes. Julie's dragons are always lovely, but the other dragons of this campaign are really cool as well, so got all of them
  22. According to their FB, it'll go live in May
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