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Bones play well with GI-Joe and Star Wars Action figures too...  Then they get swept up by Lego ships and fly through Hot Wheels obstetrical courses. That's what everyone does with their Bones right? 

 

Well, if they don't they are missing out. :D

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Bones play well with GI-Joe and Star Wars Action figures too...  Then they get swept up by Lego ships and fly through Hot Wheels obstetrical courses. That's what everyone does with their Bones right? 

 

Well, if they don't they are missing out. :D

Bones are great toys. Durable and fun. :)

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Bones play well with GI-Joe and Star Wars Action figures too... Then they get swept up by Lego ships and fly through Hot Wheels obstetrical courses. That's what everyone does with their Bones right?

 

Well, if they don't they are missing out. :D

Well more godzilla and transformers. Gotta have someone big enough to wrestle cthulhu.

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Bones play well with GI-Joe and Star Wars Action figures too... Then they get swept up by Lego ships and fly through Hot Wheels obstetrical courses. That's what everyone does with their Bones right?

Well, if they don't they are missing out. :D

Well more godzilla and transformers. Gotta have someone big enough to wrestle cthulhu.

Exactly! This guy knows what's up.

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Just wondering how many people use Bones to play D&D?

 

I've pretty much just made an entire dungeon diorama as well as some landscape. Planning on using it for some type of D&D game.

 

Honestly I haven't figured out the kinks of how it's going to be played yet, but I'll get there.

I use whatever mini fits the situation. If I need a horde of kobolds I use BONES. If I need a BBEG or a hero, he/she is probably metal.

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I bias what I paint towards figures that will be used in game.  The first priority being painting up a figure for the PCs.  They love seeing their character come to life on the table with a figure they picked out that I paint up.  Then it's key NPC type characters for the games I GM.  After that, whatever I feel like working on.  But my figures get a bunch of use in game be it metal or plastic.

 

Whether it is metal or plastic depends upon what I already own being able to look the part or what a fellow player buys to have painted.

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My husband is currently running a kid's D&D tabletop game.  There's not a fully developed model city or anything, but when they get into dungeon or other combat situations he uses the dry erase hex map to lay it out so they can more easily understand positioning and such.  Since we had the Bones I KS package on hand, I was able to find a mini to match each kid's character, which I painted according to their chosen color/hair/eyes etc.  One really great thing about Bones is the freedom to give them to kids as young as my son (at 6, the youngest of the group) yet be able to do details that the 13 year olds are happy with.  They love being able to handle the minis as much as they like.

 

All of the kids have now gotten into minis at least a bit, both collecting and painting, a few of them pretty extensively.  The oldest boy in our group won't have anything other than a Bones because he says he doesn't have to be worried about messing it up.  He literally will not take a metal miniature, even if you offer one for free. It's also really gotten the kids doing creative play, where they will take out all their minis and dice, and make up battle games.

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Bones play well with GI-Joe and Star Wars Action figures too... Then they get swept up by Lego ships and fly through Hot Wheels obstetrical courses. That's what everyone does with their Bones right?

 

Well, if they don't they are missing out. :D

While I wholeheartedly agree with and endorse the general sentiment of the above, "Hot Wheels obstetrical courses" sounds, at the very least, NSFW...

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