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Musket wielding elves c. 1750.

 

Musket wielding orcs, ditto.

 

Multi piece them for use as crossbows, if you feel the need - but I like the whiff of grapeshot in my fantasy....

 

The Auld Grump

 

*EDIT* Good for the Age of Pirates style settings, too.

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I want a couple more character types of Kobolds. Less rank and file.

 

Female kobolds too! I have a little priestest kobold I need to paint a mini for.

 

A workaday witch on or with a broom.

 

All of the Reaper witches fall into the categories of "maiden" or "crone."* There aren't any "mothers."

 

That is to say, they are either pert young things with bare legs and midriffs, or they are skinny old hags. Nobody looks like a nice lady next door witch just doing her job. Or even a plump, cheerful, elderly matronly witch.

 

It would be nice to fill out the triad of maiden-mother-crone.

 

 

 

 

 

* And to be fair, one fantasy iconic adventurer.

 

Agreed! Not all witches are sexy witches or oogly, scarey witches. It would be very cool to have hearth witches or village witches.

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More female swashbucklers and 'musketeers'. ::):

 

A female centaur swashbuckler. (Renfaire Centaur?)

 

The Auld Grump, I would love her, I would paint her, I'd damned well find a way to use the Rennie Centaur.... :wub:

*EDIT* An example of the species....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/8415568045/'>8415568045_3faf4d50e6_o.png
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/8415568045/'>Swash Centaur by http://www.flickr.com/people/[email protected]/'>YeAuldGrump, on Flickr

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A female stitched together, which is to say, one reminiscent of:

 

*a female flesh golem

*the Patchwork Girl from the Wizard of Oz

*the bride of Frankenstein

*Xilonen-Chicomecoatl, a really disturbing Aztec goddess of spring who wears a flayed skin stitched over her own. Happy spring, folks!

 

 

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I'll take the creepy horror story goddess, just for the creep factor. As always, I'd love to see more female monster types. Not just sexy ones or hideous ones, but average ones. Rather like the average witch. There's not enough females in the monster mix.

 

Though I suppose it's rather hard to tell if a gibbering horror is female or not.

 

*scientist* "Interesting specimen... yes... now, is it male or female?"

*normal person* "HOW WOULD YOU TELL?!?!?!?!"

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