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I need Chinese water deer. You know, the ones with long fangs...

 

*looks expectantly at Talespinner*

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I'm seriously considering playing a kobold character or use a Special Kobold Baddie in a campaign. Seeing something a bit more detailed and PCish would be awesome.

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  • Domestic animals: dogs of various breeds, horses and ponies, cattle, goats, sheep
  • 54mm animals. (For use as Giant [whatever}, of course, even though scaling up animals can't work like that with real biology.)
  • Saddle pack with saddles sized to fit various animals.
  • Cat people (I'm continually getting players who want to play cat people and the choices are very limited.)
  • Open hand pack for conversions.
  • Children of various races
  • More noncombatants, and not just humans: tinker with a cart, seated tailor/seamstress, huckster (with a small table or booth?), tavern patrons (seated and standing)

 

Warrior ducks.

 

With death runes, of course.

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I have needs:

  • An Irish Elk. Two versions: One standing on all fours and one rearing up on its hind legs. Useful as mount options (instead of horses).
  • A Gypsy wagon, pulled by a mule. There aren't enough mules out there.
  • Draft-horse style Unicorn. Big, muscular, feathered feet; Shire breed sized. Unarmored and/or armored.
  • Eastern Dragon, large size. Something massive and impressive and a challenge to Kaladrax.
  • A Kirin. The world needs more Kirin.
  • DOGGIES! Pharoah Hunting Hound, Basenji, Scottish Deerhound, and a Borzoi (the world needs more dogs, for dogs bring smiles).

 

 

A couple of Japanese mythological creatures:

  • Nue,  a Japanese chimera with the head of a monkey, body of a tiger, and tail of a poisonous snake. It is said to induce sickness in any who so much as lay eyes on one.
  • Baku, kinda like a tapir. A stout creature with elephant-like noses and they eat dreams.
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I'd give someone else's teeth to see an undead centaur. And I would love to see another 15mm line rebival (still have Shadow Corps in my armies).

Oh, and howzabout interior terrain? Bookshelves, cool mirrors, stuff like that. That would be swell. Thanks for listening!

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A skeleton in full plate armor and helmet, with just the visor up so you can see his skull face. Like the dead knights in Excalibur.

and a WEREWOLF IN A TUXEDO!

A Xorn.

An Orc Paladin who looks either smug or kneeling and praying.

An Orc "classic" wizard. IE robe, pointy hat, beard.

Not Immortan Joe

More post apocalyptic heroes and mutants. Like a human with a tentacle growing out of his chest, or a human female with 3 breasts. You know, get creative.

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A familiar pack with various types of dog would be fun.

I have to side with Pingo: fantasy ducks, using the Donald/Howard body shape as a template, would be a hoot.

 

Horns. Ordinary cow horns, I can make myself, out of putty, but for equipping kitbashed vikings and diabolicals, a parts pack with ram's horns, antlers, and suchlike would be awesome.

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A familiar pack with various types of dog would be fun.

 

Horns. Ordinary cow horns, I can make myself, out of putty, but for equipping kitbashed vikings and diabolicals, a parts pack with ram's horns, antlers, and suchlike would be awesome.

I'd like to see a couple of Familiar packs, too.

With animals in different poses. Sitting, laying down, running, begging nd so on.

 

Vikings?

Not that many minis that's suitable for drinking horns, really.

(Horns on helmets belong in Wagnerian operas, and only there. They tend to get caught in the door or low ceilings when they're in the loot and pillage phase. Not too good during the fighting, either)

And unlike Barbarians, Vikings were smart enough to realise what's a disadvantage in battle.

 

Now, what I would really like to see, is more Gnolls, and not warriors, but more unusual ones; priestesses, clerics, a paladin, Bard... With a cute, little harp.

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Chocobos. With or without tack and saddle.

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I am in need of some conquistador types, with those typical Spanish helmets.

One armed with a pistol and a few with sword/shield, and pikes.

 

Also some natives from the Amazone area...like Tupis, or maybe some Aztec/Inca/Maya warriors?

 

And a Llama!!!

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One of my youngsters has requested a Dire Cake.

 

I am imagining something Muppety, with eyes and mimic-like fangs.

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