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Well, looking at that, i'm definately getting the core.  

 

18 of those figures are "must haves" and there is only one that I don't really want....

 

and that is just what is shown.

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Thinking back when the discussion of froghemoths was still ongoing.

 

Would anyone else be as interested in variant toad demons (aka not-slaadi) as I am... Heck even tadpoles would be really cool (they are one of my favourite classic enemy types.)

 

OH and Giant elementals, like dragonsized, I will be running Princes of the Apocalypse next year and I can just imagine how cool it would be to have a giant elemental to stand in for the various princes.

 

A not-demogorgon would also be quite cool.

 

 

More huge figures of any kind would be great. There are tons of them in the monster manual/beastiaries but very small number of actual minis.

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Looking back at the core 30 - I am super excited for at lest half of the models. I think it is a really good line up. That said, here is my wishlist(s)

 

There are 2 models that Reaper have that Id love to see converted to their bones range, that I have been asking for since the first KS

 

03000: Kyra & Lavarath

14086: Giant Eagle

 

Outside of that Id really like to see decor, townfolk (including bandits), & large-huge monsters (I did a more in depth list here)

 

I know they will have at least a few PCs (though I think they are less needed) but if they are doing them Id like to see those that are less represented (Unarmed monk/brawler, Half-orcs, gnomes, druids). They arent models Im hugely excited about but Id like to see them.

 

I also have a rather large pinterest board of "Reaper Metal Id like to see in Bones" - its less selective than I usually am in my lists but its still more precise than "all of Reapers Metals"  :devil:

 

Let the games begin already...  :bday:

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I also have a rather large pinterest board of "Reaper Metal Id like to see in Bones" - its less selective than I usually am in my lists but its still more precise than "all of Reapers Metals"  :devil:

 

Let the games begin already...  :bday:

That is a mighty fine list.

 

Something else I would love would be Urds (winged kobolds) and stirges.... I use both all the time but nobody makes miniatures of them in any decent quantity

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I will say again, (and again and again and again); please give us the mounted troops for Warlord.  I will buy so many of them post KS (or sets during KS if they appear as an add on).

 

I need to have mass cavalry.

 

Yesssssss.   Mass cavalry is the final element I need to turn my living room into the Siege of Gondor. 

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Center piece wants:
Gem dragons
pheonix

PC wants:
Dwarf dual weilding tankards
Female monk doing Chun li's  crouching fierce kick
Priest floating while in prayer
mage with their clothing blown back from their own power while casting
Mounted/unmounted (same character)

starting/medium/epic (same character)

 

Main hope for the "freebie monsters":
Barrow Wardens

Terrain wants:
Teleportation portal
Spooky trees

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Greetings everyone! I missed the first two KS campaigns, but I'm going all in on this one, figuring that the money I saved on Bones I and II can now be applied to III. Sound logic, I know.

 

The froghemoth reminds me of my VERY FIRST Dungeons and Dragons experience, back in 1980. I was a high school freshman, and the GM was a sadistic, Manson-esque junior who loved to torture his players. In our third room, we encountered an "ibothene," a massive, frog-like behemoth with eye stalks and a penchant for swallowing PCs whole. I believe it was portrayed on the tabletop, appropriately enough, by a box of Kleenex. Only one PC out of seven avoided the belly of the beast. Sure, the GM called it an ibothene, but now I know that it was a froghemoth.

 

Now I have kids of my own old enough for D&D, and I introduce a lot of high school students to the hobby. Am I a bad person for wanting a froghemoth of my very own?

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Greetings everyone! I missed the first two KS campaigns, but I'm going all in on this one, figuring that the money I saved on Bones I and II can now be applied to III. Sound logic, I know.

 

Welcome to the fun & madness! Be prepared to part with all your monies!

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