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Something like this perhaps: http://www.reapermin.../sku-down/65132

 

Not bad.

 

*starts making a list for previously mentioned Super Mario RPG*

 

We got Bowser.

 

Suggestions on Yoshi?

 

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/14628

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/88060 (depending on size)

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/88106

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/88197

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who said anything about final just make up numbers and il pretend those are it:p

eleventy-four. That's in Marioland Coin, not USD.

 

Wait . . . you guys take Marioland Coins?

 

Aw, man. I wish I'd known that before I traded all mine out for Zimbabwean Dollars.

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The price is in Marioland coins, but it doesn't consider the exchange rate to USD. approximately 3 gazillion MLC to the penny. assuming you find a bank willing to transfer them electronically, because we don't accept rolled MLC. And stuffing them into those paper tubes sucks anyway, half the time they disappear before you touch them...

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The price is in Marioland coins, but it doesn't consider the exchange rate to USD. approximately 3 gazillion MLC to the penny. assuming you find a bank willing to transfer them electronically, because we don't accept rolled MLC. And stuffing them into those paper tubes sucks anyway, half the time they disappear before you touch them...

 

 

Well, then. Do you accept Raptor Dollars? That's the currency I issued in my old Tyrant Kingdom, and I do have a rather goodly number of those. Also the printing press. That's the advantage of being absolute ruler. The exchange rate is a little worse than MLC's, but the portrait on the paper is much nicer and the motto much more inspiring: "Let All Our People Be Free, And Also Lunch".

 

That caused some confusion at first, as to whether it meant lunch was free or people were lunch, but once I explained "both" and ate all the dissenters, all was fine once again.

 

Which reminds me, if you don't accept Raptor Dollars I may still have an enclave or two of human thralls who have not yet expired from gross neglect that I may be willing to exchange for metal. Feeding them is entirely at your discretion. I recommend low protein gruel to keep them from plotting escape and other such shenanigans.

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Nethyr_Head.jpg

 

 

Was it publicized Guthrie was the one sculpting this monster? Wish I got more than one of this beast! Well, at least now I know what I'll spend my ghost money on!

 

Details look spot on to the concept, which what I had been really hoping for. The neck seems slightly shorter, but if there is a sculptor I'll trust to improve on concept for a dragon, its Guthrie.

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I have just had a bit of sick come into my mouth, oh the excitement. So happy I pledged for all the big stuff ;)

 

Loving this sculpt. And the shear size! Blimey!

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This is the kind of thing that affirms the leap of faith I took in supporting the KS. It also affirms I was right to buy all the figure add-ons.

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TBH, it almost looks like there is some forced perspective going on in that picture, with Nethyrmaul being a bit in front of the Bones knight, making the undead dragon look even larger. But it might just be the lighting or camera focus.

 

http://en.wikipedia....ced_perspective

 

Grabs can opener...

 

And I am really hoping that jaw isn't glued on when it gets shipped. Getting a brush between the jaw spines to get to the upper neck will be tricky.

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