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The tarrasque has been mentioned (I'll add my vote for it, too), but a few Godzilla-like giant monsters in general would be nice. Cthulhu was a good start.

I'll put my vote in for some not-kaiju!

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That got me thinking of the D&D cartoon and a Venger mini would be really cool.

 

The Definitive "large scale" version of Tiamat!!!

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03186 the wizard's workshop. I saw in a larger size (roughly 1/24th scale) about 20 years ago, unfortunately $150+ was allot of scratch than, especially for pewter.

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werebear/rat

far east archetypes (samurai, ninja)

 

*Edit* Oh! And Umberhulk. I have an umberhulk mini, but that was in the days when even the big mosters were only two inches tall. Now, with the new minis having larger scale, he's hardly any bigger than an orc.

 

*Edit II* And a shambling mound.

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*Edit II* And a shambling mound.

Speaking of plant monsters, some of the following would be excellent:

 

* A patch of Assasin Vine

* Giant Fly Trap (Audry!)

* Fungi creatures, e.g. Cerebric Fungus, Phantom Fungus, Violet Fungus, Shrieker

* Moonflower

* Myceloid

* Vampire Rose bush

* Vegipygmies

* Viper Vine

* Xtabay patch

* Yellow Musk Creeper and Yellow Musk Creeper Zombie.

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treant

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*Edit II* And a shambling mound.

Speaking of plant monsters, some of the following would be excellent:

 

* A patch of Assasin Vine

* Giant Fly Trap (Audry!)

* Fungi creatures, e.g. Cerebric Fungus, Phantom Fungus, Violet Fungus, Shrieker

* Moonflower

* Myceloid

* Vampire Rose bush

* Vegipygmies

* Viper Vine

* Xtabay patch

* Yellow Musk Creeper and Yellow Musk Creeper Zombie.

 

Lot of good ideas there in bonseium or metal

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Bases.

 

I'd love to see Reapers's (currently resin) scenic bases in Bones. At $12 per, I can't justify getting one, except maybe for a painting contest or exchange. At Bones prices of a third that, I could.

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http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/pumpkin/sku-down/03377#detail/03377_w_1'>This guy. My FLGS actually has one (very random for this particular FLGS), and I so very nearly bought it last time I was there. $13 was a bit much to drop at the time, though, since I was getting some more essential stuff. I really want an excuse to throw a Pumpkin Golem onto the playing field, just so I can use this mini. ::D:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Huh. I actually have Rotpatch - he's central to a D&D adventure I worked up with the express purpose of using many of the minis I had crowding the house, before the Kickstarter - but I didn't remember him costing so much. I probably wouldn't have gotten him, nowadays, which is a great pity.

 

So, yeah, Rotpatch in Bones!

 

...also, I need to paint him...

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So, I'm running a game in a modern setting next month, and went to collect figures for it. Since it is a modern setting, those skeletons and rats are not going to help me much as far as baddies go (well, maybe the rats). So, I'd like to see a pack of generic street punks - people in jeans and a t-shirt with a gun.

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It's been mentioned before, but after going through my Kickstarter reward, I'm even more hopeful to see a Kaladrax-sized living dragon in the next Kickstarter.

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