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I know these are DHL models, but...

 

First things that come to mind:

 

Not just because I want to put a dwarf on the back of the griffon and cutting through plastic is easier than cutting through all that metal! Even though that is exactly why. But easier to pose wings (heat -> shape -> cool) is nice too!

 

Heck, I am definitely behind character sculpts (heroes and villains) because there are a ton that I want for my games, but cannot afford them all, plus conversions would be way easier.

 

I bought quite a few of the first round just to check them out: color me impressed. I expected them to have softer sculpts (to the point of non-usability), but they are beautiful.

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One of the coolest packs of minis I ever picked up was a set of dead adventurers... I'd second/third/fourth/fifth/whatever the call for more corpses - preferrably in "action" poses : in addition to the Warlord casualty marker sculpts, maybe facedown with a knife in the back, sitting up with bandaged wounds, missing an arm or leg, "battle-damaged" with torn armor or busted weapons, etc....

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I'll second the dragons suggestion. Having lighter models for the dragons would be great for gaming with. Easier to transport and I would feel much safer letting other people touch them :upside:

 

A great start would be the Pathfinder Red Dragon.

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