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Glad to see the Dungeon IKEA (which BTW Galahad made me chuckle) because although I might not get more via the KS I will buy more treasure chests when they come to market. I will say I'm tickled "Punk Rock Pink" about the Dracoliche. I wish it was Kally because I have a warm spot in my heart for him, but this new one looks sweet.

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Well, not to be the voice of reason, but I never figured we'd break a million in the early days of this, so the Reaper folks could add a 28mm happy meal box to vampire and I'd still be thrilled about it. As it is, there are probably more minis coming than I'll be able to paint in my lifetime, so just can't find the energy to be "disappointed".

 

I am a little surprised the dungeon decorations weren't earlier, but I'm glad to have them either way.

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I'm going to put the cyber-monkey on the clockwork dragon, and then I'm going to make him nigh invulnerable - his only weakness being the candelabra, which is specially enchanted against cyber-monkeys.

 

Nobody will ever think to use the candelabra.

 

 

 

the Reaper folks could add a 28mm happy meal box to vampire and I'd still be thrilled about it.

 

I better get, like, a teeny tiny muppet baby or fraggle toy in that happy meal or I won't be very happy!

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...I probably will be bumping my pledge another $25 (or skipping the miniatures case) to get the dracolitch, but still...furniture?

 

In defense of furniture: My gaming group has two DMs, me and another fellow (Eric). I collect miniatures, Eric does not. Eric is in love with my collection, and often plans entire sessions around what he can pull out of my collection. Oddly, he seems to really love my collection of dungeon furnishings and these seem to really inspire him. For example: the altar with the girl on top of it? That inspired an entire dungeon full of undead and teleporting cultists.

 

Dungeon furniture is cool. I also really dig that the Well of Chaos is one of the options, because at Bones prices i can afford to buy a dozen of them and have them show up over and over again as furniture, so that when a monster pops out of one its actually a surprise. instead of "Uh oh, Gailbraithe put down a well miniature. It must have a monster inside it!"

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I'm going to put the cyber-monkey on the clockwork dragon, and then I'm going to make him nigh invulnerable - his only weakness being the candelabra, which is specially enchanted against cyber-monkeys.

 

Nobody will ever think to use the candelabra.

 

 

But the chica that is nekkies on the altar. I would of sworn that would of been his weakness.

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Colonel Mustard would... but only if he's in the dining room.

 

~v

 

 

Well I guess I'll just have to arrange it so Col. Mustard is otherwise occupied in the dirt-floor cellar nursing a fatal fire-poker head wound, then.

 

And the Butler, too, just to be sure.

 

 

 

But the chica that is nekkies on the altar. I would of sworn that would of been his weakness.

 

No, that's his objective.

 

Ain't you never played Donkey Kong?

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Booya! Sedition Wars just got unseated by Reaper.

 

I see you've thought this through to its logical conclusion.

 

However!

 

Mario must still deal with Wyrmgear.

 

* taps head *

 

See? Crafty little goblin mind.

 

Wyrmgear ain't nothing compared to Bowser.

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Seeing as Reaper is now doing terrain pieces in Bones I wonder if we might see Bones of the Egyptian Statues at some point? I am working on some terrain and scenario ideas where I could use a ton of these. Some are already inexpensive relatively but if they were Bones price that would make my life much easier.

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Ain't you never played Donkey Kong?

 

Then this is his weakness:

 

mario.jpg

 

Maybe not but I bet this is: http://youtu.be/hWSu3Al2uhs

 

Also, can we get an idea of the size of Nethyrmaul, perhaps in relation to Kaladrax? I'm mean in the artwork it looks colossal, but looks can be deceiving.

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Now I want to see a cybermonkeyclockworkdracolich.

 

With lasers.

 

Hey, now your cybergrapeape can ride in the chest cavity of THIS dracolich

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