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2 hours ago, TheAuldGrump said:

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.

 

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That's out of the fiend folio? I'll have to dust off my book:) yup, I still have the blue and pink box sets of D&D and all of the 1st ed. books, including fiend folio:) where in the garage is the real question:)

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12 hours ago, Smokestack said:

I would like some wingless dragons/drakes. "large or Huge" size. As in would fit on a 50mm base and a 75mm base. Maybe with optional saddle piece that could fit on both. ambush-drake.png9754dc6ca466973ebff3e2997cfe7954.jpg

 

This, but I'm going to be a contrarian and ask for medium (1" base) drakes, AKA not-Guard Drakes.

 

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On 7/20/2017 at 3:22 PM, Jordan Peacock said:

Inspired by Klarg1's wish:

 

A DISEMBODIED MEGAKRAKEN TENTACLE (preferably sold in a pack of several; I don't mind if they're all the same tentacle).

 

Why just a tentacle?  Because the rest of that megakraken is underwater.  Or these tentacles are coming up from the earth from some unseen burrowing horror.  Or they're coming out of an extradimensional portal.

 

I've used some pretty sad-looking homemade tentacles made of foam and wire for the obligatory "kraken attacks pirate ship" encounter when I run seaborne adventures (with the PCs on the deck of a ship, and tentacles coming up from various sides of the ship).  I could go for an upgrade.

 

The wonder of several stand-alone tentacles (rather than a single complete model) to represent an underwater or underground or extra-dimensional horror is that the presumed size of the monstrosity can be mind-boggling, without actually having that much pewter (or plastic) required on the table to get the idea across.

 

Another is because for certain game systems that don't handle "big boss monster wear-down fights" quite as well (e.g., Savage Worlds), it provides me an easy way to split up my "boss monster" fight into what amounts to X parts.  (E.g., one kraken, but 8 tentacles to fight off.) 

 

Plus, this is something where a bit of "Bonesium bends" shouldn't cause me any great difficulty.  If THIS tentacle bends this way and THAT tentacle bends that way, that's just fine.

 

I could see 2-3 different sizes being useful...

 

Werewolf in a tuxedo

 

Bryan in a jar

 

Skeletons and zombies of various humanoid monsters (gnolls, orcs, bugbears, lizard men, goblins, kobolds)

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You know considering my current monetary situation I am beginning to rethink all the things I want in Bones this go around.   Do NOT look at my lists Reaper people.  I cannot afford Skeletal Tyrannosaur riding liches, Wooley Mammoths with war pavilions on them, or a Fortress Golem with little fighters on top, and god forbid you come out with a Triceratops with dwarves manning an arbelest.  I will be doomed.  So don't do that....  OK?

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