Jump to content

ladystorm

Minis we would like to see

Recommended Posts

More Asteral Reavers, Asteral Reaver Commander, Asteral Reaver Sorcerer.

 

An Abomination (see D&D Monster manual)

 

Doppelgangers in true form

 

A Phoenix

 

As a game master I like my world to have variety.

More ancient culture inspired warriors: Babylonian, Greek, Roman, Turkish, Romanian, Medio-Persia

 

SPARTA! the greatest soldier known to man pre gun powder not represented.

Edited by Altore
  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Oooh what about a Centaurtus (giant tortus with a humanoid torso that comes out of the head hole)!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
More ancient culture inspired warriors: Babylonian, Greek, Roman, Turkish, Romanian, Medio-Persia

 

With different fantasy races as well not just humans!

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

+1 for Farm Animals. You could make these Bones to facilitate selling whole herds at a reasonable price.

 

+1 for Bird Mounts and/or Mounted Bird Knights.

 

1) Animal Transformation Converstion Sprue - various types of horns, hooved legs/lower halves, various animal-esk heads and tails, paw hands, things like that.

 

2) Egyptian Panteon of Gods (at least the major deities)

 

3) Norse Panteon of Gods (Odin, Thor, Loki, Freya, etc)

 

4) Clockwork Familiars

 

 

More horned-helmeted badasses would be pretty great, even if horned helmets are historically inaccurate :c

 

EDIT: Goat-headed Demons? something with a human build and proportions, just... with a goat head.

 

I have a couple of this guy: 14395: Darkspawn Goat Demon

 

I just wanted to +1 this guy's +1s. Farm animals are direly needed; megaminis sells some in 25mm, but they cam be a bit small and I'm not really a fan of the sculpts.

 

Knights on birds I'd probably buy. That's pretty cool.

 

As for egyptian gods, we already have the Nefsokar, complete with Anubis statue and pharaoh dragon. I'd be OK on the egyptian front. As for Norse gods, giants can usually swap for most jotuns.

 

What I'd really like to see is someting along the lines of Warcraft's Illidan Stormrage. Or mermen with tridents and nets. That would be pretty awesome.

 

$(KGrHqNHJC8E7BcvhJiRBO2)otqB0Q~~60_35.J

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

As for egyptian gods, we already have the Nefsokar, complete with Anubis statue and pharaoh dragon. I'd be OK on the egyptian front. As for Norse gods, giants can usually swap for most jotuns.

 

What I'd really like to see is someting along the lines of Warcraft's Illidan Stormrage. Or mermen with tridents and nets. That would be pretty awesome.

 

 

I liked what they did with the zodiacs and thought it could be cool do a couple Panteon sets.

  • I've been through the Nefsokar ranks many many times and most of the interesting deities can be accounted for with easy 'counts as' models.... except Anubus. The Anubus Guard models are cool but compared to the towering Avatar of Not-Horus they're just not enough.
  • I'd considered that there are tons of models that could easily convert into the Norse gods (the Storm & Cloud giants for example) but it never hurts to ask anyway.

 

One could probably convert (heavily) to make an Illidan. I'll dig around and get back to you on that.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I definitely second the idea of more player character style half-dragon/dragonborn/dragonkin/whatever you want to call them. Preferably ones that look a little more dignified and calm than snarly (More like 4E Handbook, less like Reptus) Same goes for Hellborn/Tiefling models. In my experience, these are both incredibly popular choices in 4E, and selection is very limited at present. Similar for halflings and gnomes, though that's getting better.

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Along the norse lines, I'd like to see a good fill in for Jormungandr. There are a lot of dragons, but not so much on winged serpents or legless dragons. I'm not sure you can ever really have too many dragons..

 

Only one was really in the Reptus line but it's hardly imposing.

  • Like 5

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have an odd requst for a bard / thief / magician charachter I am making who dresses as a harliquin jester and does street performances to lure people in to pick thier pockets. He also happers to be very deadly with a rapier and long thin daggers. Maybe enough people would like this idea. There is just something special about armed clowns. Maybe he can be holding a fanned out deck of cards or balancing a dagger in one hand and the hilt of his shiethed rapier in the other or juggling three daggers.

Edited by Altore
  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Seriosuly, you can find anything on the interwebs! 007 riding a chocobo! WTF!

 

Anyhooo... I still want draconians. Males and especially females (with boobies pleases), wings and tails. Call them whatever you like, I just want to be able to stop modding everything to make a decent draconian. ::(:

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ritual tools - besoms, bolines, athames, mortar, pestle, candles, brazier, incense holder, and etc..

 

The besom in particular - a nice crooked broom with a twiggy brush, and a straighter, more common broom. A dagger works well for an athame, but a nice curved boline would look nice for witches and druids alike.

 

These can work for both fantasy and modern.

 

Circle of flames.

 

The Auld Grump

  • Like 5

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.

×