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Hmm... was looking through the catalog, and the male nobility seems quite sparse.

 

There are many warrior kings, but no stately kings in robes and finery (and crowns, can't forget the crowns) instead of full plate and helmets.

 

Queen Ileosa is a good queen or noble lady, among others. Quite a few sorceresses could be converted as well.

 

Jolistina is a sinister jester, but I don't know of any goofy ones.

 

A lot of the rest of the nobility are rather sinister-looking vampires.

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Hmm... was looking through the catalog, and the male nobility seems quite sparse.

 

There are many warrior kings, but no stately kings in robes and finery (and crowns, can't forget the crowns) instead of full plate and helmets.

 

Queen Ileosa is a good queen or noble lady, among others. Quite a few sorceresses could be converted as well.

 

Jolistina is a sinister jester, but I don't know of any goofy ones.

 

A lot of the rest of the nobility are rather sinister-looking vampires.

I think there has long been a need for a handsome prince or two.

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I third the nobility in stately attire, rather than in warrior attire. It would also be nice to see other court folk in court dress, such as counselors, ministers, and more formal priests and priestess (we've got one bishop/pope, more along those lines would be cool).

 

Oh, and a less scantily clad queen on her throne. :rolleyes:

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Fallout(ish) Minis

 

Brother Hood of Steel

Enclave

NCR Troops/ Rangers(especially rangers)

Deathclaws

Radcorpions

Super Mutants/Centaurs

Nightstalkers

etc

 

There is already a Fallout PnP and I would love to run a campaign but I am a stickler for visual aids.  The collectors edition of Fallout 4 sold out within a week which I think proves how die hard us Fallout fans are.  If Reaper added it to their next KS it would be about the right time since they should have all their DLC out by then and us Fallout junkies will be waiting for the next Fallout game.  It could also help draw in new customers that normally might not buy minis but would want these just to collect.  It sounds like Reaper has worked with Bethesda in the past as well (DOOM minis?).

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And how about some demi human Vampires?

I want to bite your ankle!

 

Also if I have an original Image, can I post that for consideration mods?

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Almost forgot, How about more Metallic dragons?

I know there is a Silver Dragon, But what about Brass, Copper, Steel, Bronze, etc???

Maybe the party could Talk to a dragon instead of instantly trying to kill it.... :rolleyes:

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I've noticed you have a lot of "a knight" and "a wizard", but only for certain cultures (high fantasy and medieval), so branching out from those time frames and cultures would be nice to see.

 

A few more "oriental" figures would be nice; for those of us playing in those sort of settings.  A nice "chinese dragon", a ninja-sorcerer in a rice hat?  A woman in a kimono?  I dunno - I'm sure ya'll can think up of some awesome "asian" stuff if needed.

 

Likewise;  heroes or bad-guys for a desert theme; like a bedouin, or "ancient persians".  A sphynx would be nice (which you are lacking entirely).  Some egyptian animal-god statue monsters?  (anubis, bastet, etc).

 

Some "primitive" people?  Cavemen?  Amazons?  Aztecs?  Ancient Africans?  Take your pick.  :3

 

 

 

Also;

 

Animals;  both modern (stags, boars, lions, etc) and prehistoric (mammoths, sabre-tooths, etc) and waaay prehistoric (raptors, t-rex, triceratops, etc).  All of these should be "in scale" to the rest of the heroes you make.

 

I love the gryphon you have, but he seems WAY out of scale;  seems more like a dragon-sized gryphon.  Gryphon (at least in pathfinder) is a "large" creature (the size of a horse or dire wolf).  So - a "to scale" gryphon would be awesome.

 

Pegasus in cast as a bones figure.

 

A "nightmare" (fire horse).

 

 

 

EDIT:  

Lastly;  I know this is WAY outlandish to ask for (probably in bones for cost reason), but...  A chess set.

"Heroes vs. Monsters"... 

Heroes should have like...  peasants for the pawns, wizards for the bishops, knights for the knights, a sorceress for the queen, etc.  Monsters should have like... goblins for the pawns, liches for the bishops, ogres for the knights, etc.  Or something.. I'm sure you can find a way to make the pieces "obvious".

...And then sell them as a set.

:D

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Crawling claws! 

 

It would work off of the same idea as all of the swarm sets you've been producing in Bones - insect swarms, spider swarms, etc.  Sculpting four or five hands in various positions wouldn't be hard, and it wouldn't take much plastic to produce, making it a cheap piece to produce.  Here is an example of someone who improvised something similar by cutting up a bunch of miniatures.

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