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With the demise of the Boneyard, I would like to see a conversion pack focused on the backpacks that have crossbows attached, quivers with bows for being worn on the back, and other things we can add to fantasy troops to give them more of an adventurer look. I was browsing the Reaper site for minis and I kept finding some that matched what I need except they'd have no ranged weapons. Most players I know are in the habit of having a melee and at least one type of ranged weapon.

 

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Backpack with Crossbow

Quiver with Bow

Backpack or satchel with scroll cases and/or wands

A strip of throwing daggers that are cast on a ribbon of pewter so they could be arranged down a leg or along a cloak or inside of a coat.

A pack with a throwing axe or just a throwing axe(s) with a loop to put on a belt or bag.

Double bolt cases with a reapeating crossbow strapped between them.

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A big, five headed, not-Tiamat dragon.

 

This would seem a natural for a Bones release. 

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With the demise of the Boneyard, I would like to see a conversion pack focused on the backpacks that have crossbows attached, quivers with bows for being worn on the back, and other things we can add to fantasy troops to give them more of an adventurer look. I was browsing the Reaper site for minis and I kept finding some that matched what I need except they'd have no ranged weapons. Most players I know are in the habit of having a melee and at least one type of ranged weapon.

 

Ideally..

Backpack with Crossbow

Quiver with Bow

Backpack or satchel with scroll cases and/or wands

A strip of throwing daggers that are cast on a ribbon of pewter so they could be arranged down a leg or along a cloak or inside of a coat.

A pack with a throwing axe or just a throwing axe(s) with a loop to put on a belt or bag.

Double bolt cases with a reapeating crossbow strapped between them.

 

What he said. 

 

Still want traditional style Redcap goblins.

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Outside of more equipment (grappling hooks with rope attached, stuff above about backpacks and other, torches, lanterns, and other misc common equipment) I would go with more NPC. Additional trade skills perhaps or alternate races for said trade skills. The last thing is more for my own sake but would like to know what a half orc half elf would look like

 

Outside of more equipment (grappling hooks with rope attached, stuff above about backpacks and other, torches, lanterns, and other misc common equipment) I would go with more NPC. Additional trade skills perhaps or alternate races for said trade skills. The last thing is more for my own sake but would like to know what a half orc half elf would look like

I goofed this, was talking to my wife about the half orc monk she used while i was teaching her D&D last year. What truly sounds interesting would be half elf half dwarf.

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A line of figures that I'd be very interested in seeing is mounted versions of existing figures. Bonus points if you make the mounted versions of the figures interchangeable between the mounted versions of different figures. (Cast in two parts, mount and rider, such that any rider could be placed on any mount).

 

A bit less interesting, but also very useful is seated versions of existing figures. (For added fun cast the seat and figure as different parts, to make them interchangeable too).

 

A multipack with an existing figure, its mounted variant, and seated variant would definitely be very nice.

 

Other odds and ends I'm interested in:

Female wereboar

More bits for modding figures

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The return of 15 or 18mm mass army miniatures as Reaper produced long ago. 

 

Fantasy technology based models, like the Vinci from Rise of Legends.

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Elemental-themed soldiers resembling Archons - basically elementals wearing armor.  I had always like the idea of Angels from the Astral Sea versus Archons from the Elemental Chaos that was described in 4th Edition Dungeons and Dragons. 

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Dwarf barbecue! Dwarfs with flagons, dwarfs eating chicken, hamburgers, and hot dogs, and a dwarf wearing a chef's hat and an apron.

 

Just a bunch of dwarfs, having a good time.

 

The Auld Grump

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Dwarf barbecue! Dwarfs with flagons, dwarfs eating chicken, hamburgers, and hot dogs, and a dwarf wearing a chef's hat and an apron.

 

Just a bunch of dwarfs, having a good time.

 

The Auld Grump

 

Yep in the manner of the Asterix Comics but with Dwarfs or with Barbarians..

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More nonhuman barkeeps/innkeepers of both genders.

Which of course means we're going to need a female human innkeeper first that isn't a barmaid or a serving wench. A former adventurer who looks like she can show patrons the door when needed.

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More 'casual encounters'!

Different races with a fishing pole, either sitting or standing.

Imagine the surreal scenario of having an Orc sitting on a riverbank, with a fishing pole in his hands... What will the adventurers do?

Attack and steal his catch? Ask him for directions? Freak out?

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Dead villagers. Or "sleeping", if you prefer.

A travelling merchant with laden wagon/cart would be cool, bonus points if we get a wrecked/looted cart as well.

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