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Different skulls would be cool.

Large, huger than large skulls.

 

Think of all the large and bigger creature minis Reaper has made in the past and now go and make their skulls.

 

Greatstuff for dioramas, bases, terrain, or even as markers for various games.

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On 7/25/2017 at 2:22 PM, Werewolvians said:

Some Fat knights in full plate armor.

More fat people of all kinds.

And, as always, a werewolf wearing a tuxedo. He should look distinguished.

 

I thoroughly support this, Bones and metal.

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2 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

Different skulls would be cool.

Large, huger than large skulls.

 

Think of all the large and bigger creature minis Reaper has made in the past and now go and make their skulls.

 

Greatstuff for dioramas, bases, terrain, or even as markers for various games.

 

THIS! I recently bought a few resin Dragon/Roc/ Giant Crocodile skulls and those cost a Million Euros ( ok less than that, but still)

 

I second Bones skulls and maybe ribcages/skeletons.

 

Skulls from Dragons, Demons, Dire Animals, Dinos etc.

I also would love a giant snake skeleton, a giant Turtle skeleton with shell, maybe a giant fish skeleton?

 

Would be awesome for decorating bases and dioramas

 

 

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7 hours ago, spoonz202 said:

i know it's probably too late for bones 4, but ratfolk. i can't seem to find any great ratfolk sculpt to fit my ratfolk needs. Mouselings are close, but the chibi style would look weird next to non-chibi pcs (also the size seems off for a small race).

 

There were some ratfolk models in Bones 2, in case you hadn't come across them. However, if those don't work for you, I would agree with more ratfolk minis, I always have them in my campaigns.

 

Edit: ah yeah those are the same rats then. More rats!

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5 hours ago, lazylich said:

 

There were some ratfolk models in Bones 2, in case you hadn't come across them. However, if those don't work for you, I would agree with more ratfolk minis, I always have them in my campaigns.

 

i only find wererats in the store which don't quite work. I'd like to see some less crazed rats looking pc types specifically.

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13 hours ago, spoonz202 said:

 

i only find wererats in the store which don't quite work. I'd like to see some less crazed rats looking pc types specifically.

 

I was just about to suggest this!  Ratfolk that aren't "monstrous" but PC or NPC types, please.

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On 7/13/2017 at 6:05 PM, Darsc Zacal said:

My apologies. While Robby made appearances on Lost in Space, he was not the main robot.

Memories from ones childhood are not always accurate.

Same creator though - both made from vacuum formed plastic.

 

I would like to see this guy -

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In Space Age Bonesium!

 

Good for an aquatic monster, or a critter out of the Fiend Folio of yore.

 

The Auld Grump

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Add the guy on the left. :D

 

I don't have many modern-day folk who aren't armed. Also, these would look good for a university-based RPG, such as GURPS Illuminati U, Savage World's Eastern University, etc.

 

BTW, Bryan's model looks the most realistic of the three, as well as other civilian miniatures I've seen. If this is the result of using Reaper staff as models for miniatures, that works for me!

 

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