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Minis we would like to see (Fantasy Version)

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Black Legionaire Support.

 

There are plenty of guys with swords, axes, and great swords but no assassins, spellcasters or siege equipment. Perhaps some type of monster like clock work golem or other heavy hitter styloe beast?

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1. Young non-paladin type male angels; like some of Paizo's. It's somewhat annoying male angles are always plate armored to the teeth or female. I really like Pathfinder's Astral Deva (Bestiary 1).

2. Pathfinder's Agathions from Bestiary 2. They're all awesome!

3. The Azata (all of them) from Pathfinder

4. Pathfinder's primal dragons. Very unique designs, especially the cloud dragon. You can never have too many dragons.

5. Why don't we have a Blink Dog? I really like Pathfinder's art for this one.

6. More animal companions like: cheetah, deer, ect.

7. Familiars that are actually in most RPG books. Don't get me wrong, some of the stuff Reaper puts out is awesome, but it's a real pain to get a full set of normal standard familiars. And please stop with a devil/Imp familiars; everyone must have 10 or so by now.

8. The races from Oathbound, especially the Dark Fey, Cetu, and Molice.

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While I personally do not need any "Hot Orc Babes," I understand there is a demand.

 

...but now, as the evening grows dim, I find myself thinking of Redcaps.

 

I've seen a lot of orcs; everyone makes them. Goblins are almost as common. Minotaurs, kobolds, hobgoblins, lizard men, vampires, zombies, night horrors of every shade, shape, size, and persuasion... but I don't think anyone has ever made Redcaps.

 

I like Redcaps. Have ever since I saw the Alan Lee illustration in the old Faeries book, by Froud and Lee. The idea of an unpleasant sort of goblin, somewhat resembling a wiry little old man with a big nose and tusks, MUCH stronger than he looks, wearing iron boots, who gleefully murders passersby and dyes his shapeless little cap in their blood has stuck with me. Apparently, I'm not alone... Redcaps made the grade in Fourth Edition D&D, in one of the Monster Manuals. Hordes of them appeared in Matt Wagner's Mage series. Hellboy even fought one (Iron Shoes).

 

But for some reason, no manufacturer has ever seen fit to release them in pewter. If Reaper were to release a three-pack, in different poses, I'd likely buy a dozen. :bday:

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A non-Pathfinder version of Baba Yaga I'll be buying the Pathfinder version, but I'd like a more Slavic model of the Little Grandmother as well. (Baba Yaga, the boney legged, the witch!)

 

Baba Yaga's Hut, whether for Pathfinder or not, possibly in resin.

 

I'd still like to see a mousling either in or disarming a mousetrap.

 

The Auld Grump

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Demonic horns and tails for creating Tieflings from other figures. Antlers for those taken by the Wyld.

YES! We need more amazing Tieflings and Aasimars. And generally more plane-touched/elemental characters.

And on the subject of Hellborn/Tieflings, their stat bonuses are in Dex and Int, so rogues and spellcasters.

 

Also, the cover characters from the Pathfinder adventures "A Memory of Darkness" and "The Armageddon Echo".

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I think I posted some where in this thread before, but just got another idea I would like to toss into the mix.

 

Tengu/Kenku equivalent minis. Maybe just some non-winged humanoid birds of some sort. Rather popular race in Pathfinder as far as I have seen, and more than a few people like playing them in 4e.

 

http://serpentdreamscampaign.wikispaces.com/file/view/kenku5.jpg/178514493/kenku5.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_XJ4M39a8Lek/TCOJh3-mjRI/AAAAAAAABTI/gn3A6h5V2f4/s400/Dungeon169_Zoltan_n_Gabor.jpg

http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/images/338948/Pezock.jpg

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I would like to a see a heavily armored female warrior wielding two flails. I need one for the epic campaign my husband started dm'ing that we will probably play for over a year, so I would get a lot of use from this mini.

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This must'av been said already (somewhere, ANYWHERE!), but Fafhrd and The Grey Mouser rip-offs. (I think you have a couple but they aren't really in-keeping with the duo) Fafnir is OKAY and probably a rip-off anyway but I think it could be done closer to the actual Leiber characters. They are exceptionally iconic Sword-and-Sorcery characters!

 

Also, there aren't many dwarven great-hammer wielders. Preferably they would be wearing plate armour. Hmmm what else can I demand of the great Reaper team...

 

Ah yes! I thought dual wield Rapier-dagger assassin? Maybe in a crouched, sneaking postion. It would be great for role-playing games as it would fit the role of theif/rogue/bandit/manymanymore very well.

 

Drizzt?

 

Thanks!

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Just looked through this thread retro-actively (after posting for the first time :P) and I think the young mages is definitely a must. Also the hand sprue selection pack wouldn't go a miss.

I also liked the idea of having Greek gods. Hades, Posiden, Zeus etc etc etc, there are many many cool ones to do. Apollo would be pretty amazing also. And larger scenic bases is my final idea..... for now.

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I'd like to see a series of Aasimar with inhuman "appendages" much like Tieflings. No, not just wings; those are for angels. Things like, feather tipped ears, small wings on their head, wings on their feet, maybe even talons. I've always thought it's silly that Tieflings/Hellborns get horns, tails and odd legs/claws while Aasimars just look normal. I'd kill for a young, attractive male Aasimar with feather hair. In addition to bird bits, I could also see a few other animals associated with holy/divinity being thrown into the mix.

 

Also I'd love to see an aquatic dragon with fins where legs normally go.

half octopus people would also be cool (ala Ursula from The Little Mermaid).

 

Deviant art also has some interesting concepts I'd love to see played with for minis:

 

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I've recently been playing the Pathfinder Jade Reagent Adventure Path with a group of close friends and was disappointed to find that no where is there anything close to resembling my class/race choice. So I am here to either request someone tackle it as it would do me a great satisfaction even after my campaign has ended I would enjoy having it. I am playing a Dwarven Samurai otherwise known as Kokoburo or Mountain People I believe. The GM was very approving of me taking a wolf as a mount as well, though I am restricted to riding it until I hit level 7 when it becomes a large creature. So...if there was anyone with time enough and someone who obviously has more talent in the tip of their finger than I will ever in a lifetime of studying the art who was willing to take on the project I'd be very willing to help in anyway possible. Low and behold I do not have infinite wealth at my discretion so it would need to be a reasonable price range and the art should be shared on this site. I'd be more than happy to come up with a background for the character and name unless of course the crafter enjoys such tasks, so long as its a suitable dwarven samurai model banner and all.

Was thinking Katana two handed with a Wakizashi sheathed at his side and his banner planted firmly into a harness on his back in full Samurai armor possibly mask included taking a two handed swipe at something, OR two weapon fighting using katana and wakizashi making a sort of frontal decapitation slicing action. Up to you, but I'd really LOVE LOVE LOVE this done

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