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Cute minis! ^_^


I do wonder though where people use them for .. are there Alice in Wonderland RPG's around, perhaps?

Or is just for the fun of it, for diorama's and such?

Well Oathsworn has a set of skirmish rules in development (which I need to find time to go read....).


I started collecting rabbits after picking up one years ago (Doom bunny, the Black Rabbit of Death by Ral Partha) just because it was unusual.

It ended up being used in an unusual Easter D&D game with some Reaper bunnies, and I've been occasionally picking them up ever since (latest was Nibbles from Arcadian Quest).

So for this one, as soon as I saw the Hare...well, I'd already pledged because Oathsworn, but I do plan to acquire extra of the Hare.

I'd like to use them for roleplaying as a setting at some point, but if not they can always represent were-versions.  I wouldn't want to go up against a knife wielding were-squirrel!!

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@Findariel: My Hubby is going to make a D&D campaign for me for mouslings and other anthros. These guys will be included methinks. That, or they will have their own. It depends. The mouslings might be too cute for them. :unsure: Badger will eat them for breakfast.


So we might just have two critter campaigns. In any case, I'm going to start by painting them for joy ^_^ Because they are so awesome!

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Thanks for all the support and comments everyone!


I do wonder though where people use them for .. are there Alice in Wonderland RPG's around, perhaps?

Or is just for the fun of it, for diorama's and such?

There are a few RPGs and games out there... Cairn springs to mind, for one. And there will be more... ^_^




Unfortunately, as I thought, full-on pledge was not possible so I scaled back to just 5 minis  :down:


It happens mate - I've lost count of the number of times I've had to give up on hobby purchases to pay bills instead. But on the plus side, you'll get a free dead mouse!


I spent yesterday making a Mouse-oleum, which is going to be a free resin model with any miniatures or terrain pledge:




We're really pleased with the way the project has gone, so the tomb is just our way of saying 'Thanks.'

Only a few hours to go now!




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As much as I'd like the terrain and possibly the badger, I've made my WILL save on this. Shocking, I know! :ik_oops:


I just can't afford it right now and still buy things at ReaperCon next week. 


Will back the next non-anthro kickstarter that you guys do most likely though. Happy to see you had another very successful campaign and that you have so many awesome fans.

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