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I think I'll be all set with the Reaper Kickstarter without adding more :;):. I did go take a look though and found it odd they never said what they are made of. I did a find search for 'plastic', 'metal', and 'resin'. Plastic didn't come up at all, metal came up once but only in the 2000$ design your own bases, and resin once with a reference to future products such has bases. I would assume they are metal but found it weird nothing was ever clearly stated.

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It does, I've been watching threads on it from boardgamegeek. There's lots of love but a bit of hate and scepticism as well. Mostly discussion about how kickstarters should and shouldn't be used and by who. If someone is thinking of doing a game related kickstarted I would definitely suggest going over there and combing through the threads and polls about what has and hasn't worked and why. The kickstarter game list that adds game kickstarters is up to 547 boardgames (or very related items). Lots and lots of discussion.

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Oh man, the sword maiden looks amazing, but it seems like the info could be better and images of minis from other companies kinda throws me since it doens't look like anything has been sculpted or really started yet for the line.

I will keep my eye on it, but getting a buttload of minis for $100 (even if they are plastic) really makes everything else pale in comparision.

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I am hoping the sword maiden is a bit bigger/buffer then the typical female fighter.

I play a 7 foot goliath female barbarian in my D&D game and so far the only mini that came close was a limited edition Cool Mini fighter with a spear that they happen to have at PAX East. She was taller then everyone elses mini so it worked out since she wasn't giant tall, just a little bit taller.

I am hoping this one will be similar in size/build.

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