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I've been looking for a Swanmay mini forever (prefereably in 3 forms: (1) human female ranger with feathered cape, (2) serene swan - swimming on lake surface, (3) fighting swan - flying into a wing buffet).

 

Also, non gyno/andro sphinxes: a Criosphinx and a Hieracosphinx.

 

Continuing with the great recent aquatic themed Reaper miniatures, how about some armed Mermen,Tritons, Sirines, and a Sea Wolf. An undead Mermaid (rotting zombie, not vampire) would also be great!

 

A few additional fey to round out the existing range would be welcome as well: Brownies, a swarm of tiny flying Atomies (Fairies), aquatic fey (Sea Sprites or Nixies) some Evil Fey (Red Caps, Quicklings), and a Will O' The Wisp.

 

Also on my wish list from classic old school D&D: Aarakocra, Arcane, Pech, Sandling, Cloakers (smaller scaled with tails showing).

 

 

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I've just had this sort of thing for stag, wolf and raven skulls, lately.... if we could get more necromancers/death druids wearing non-human skulls.... that'd be greeaat.

 

I mean, the witch of the dark moors is great, and I want one, but I want some buddies for her, too.

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I would like to see some large fantasy war machines in Bones.

 

Things like extremely large beasts, both skeletal and living, outfitted for war. Maybe with platforms capable of carrying soldiers as riders. Skeletal elephants and mammoths would be obvious choices. War Dinosaurs and other fantasy warbeasts would be cool too.

 

They may be a somewhat slower seller to the RPG crowd, but if done well and at Bones prices, I could see fantasy wargamers going nuts over them and buying multiples.

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Noblemen and noblewomen, from the royal family down to lords, ladies, and their retainers.

Essentially, "Townsfolk" from better social circles--but the key is to make them largely unarmed (or with sheathed weapons), so they can serve as "courtly bystanders."

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I would love to see a set of adventurers both male and female that came with a variety of heads so you could choose the race. Human/Elf/Tiefling/dragonborn I would think would be pretty easy. Alternately, just a set of heads for converting existing miniatures, (much easier with Bones) to the race of your choice. I'm sure a lot of us would like to see some of the more exotic races, but the niche nature of those races precludes doing separate miniatures for each class/race combo. So maybe a sprue of heads would be a decent compromise.

First post BTW. Been buying Reaper since the late 90s, first time on forum.

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Following ladystorm's suggestion (re female minotaurs):

 

Maybe a line of female iconics creatures. There have been a few here and there, but it would be cool to see the strong warrior women of the gnolls, bugbears, orcs, goblins, kobolds, etc. And have them strong rather than gimmicky as is often the case.

 

Some decent half orc women, assuming because they're for PC sales. But if a party runs across a group of orcs in a dungeon, it would be nice to have a few warrior women in there. What says that minotaur the party meets in the maze is a male? For all we know the foe could be female!

 

End monster sexism!

True this is needed big time maybe with some snot nosed little ones

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YAY! FINALLY A KS BADGE! Also: Celtic Gods.

 

 


Noblemen and noblewomen, from the royal family down to lords, ladies, and their retainers.

Essentially, "Townsfolk" from better social circles--but the key is to make them largely unarmed (or with sheathed weapons), so they can serve as "courtly bystanders."

 

(sorry I left your name out, had to copypaste the quote to avoid double posting)

 

+9,001

 

I'd love to have some attractive people with pretty, ornate clothes and sheathed weapons. :D

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YAY! FINALLY A KS BADGE! Also: Celtic Gods.

 

 

Noblemen and noblewomen, from the royal family down to lords, ladies, and their retainers.

 

Essentially, "Townsfolk" from better social circles--but the key is to make them largely unarmed (or with sheathed weapons), so they can serve as "courtly bystanders."

 

(sorry I left your name out, had to copypaste the quote to avoid double posting)

 

+9,001

 

I'd love to have some attractive people with pretty, ornate clothes and sheathed weapons. :D

 

And not so attractive people. Not all lords and ladies (most of them) were pretty.

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I'd like to see adventurers doing camp or down-time type tasks:

- Fighter cleaning armour or sharpening sword

- mage seated and reading spellbook, or scribing spells

- cleric praying

- thief sorting through a bag of booty

- Paladin cooking everyone dinner

- bedrolls, stack of packs, tents, etc.

 

would make for a great diorama, or stand-ins at the start of a surprise camp ambush.

 

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Belegdel

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I'd like to see adventurers doing camp or down-time type tasks:

- Fighter cleaning armour or sharpening sword

- mage seated and reading spellbook, or scribing spells

- cleric praying

- thief sorting through a bag of booty

- Paladin cooking everyone dinner

- bedrolls, stack of packs, tents, etc.

 

would make for a great diorama, or stand-ins at the start of a surprise camp ambush.

 

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Belegdel

 

OMG paladin cooking everyone dinner, that made my day hehehe. I like the idea of a thief sorting through a bag of loot, that would make a good mission objective, retrieve stolen goods.

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