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Does anyone know what kind of plastic these are? I didn't see it listed, but may have missed it there is a lot to read.

AKA- are the like bones or hard like soda pop?

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Did someone say Kobold Bat Rider?

 

Yes please!  :D

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Not liking the render for the Behemoth as much as the concept art, but will likely back to get the orc and the riders at least.

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Does anyone know what kind of plastic these are? I didn't see it listed, but may have missed it there is a lot to read.

AKA- are the like bones or hard like soda pop?

 

It's PVC like bones but, based off their past product, a stiffer mix.

 

Just realized that this is in CAD so $50 is more doable so here's hoping I can save for that behemoth (saving for minis is a new concept for me).

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Does anyone know what kind of plastic these are? I didn't see it listed, but may have missed it there is a lot to read.

AKA- are the like bones or hard like soda pop?

Yes, the material composition of the figures is definity of concern to the buyer. I've had enough of there companies acting like it's a trade secret. The material is something the buyer needs and deserves to know as it changes what paints will react with the plastic and what paint stripping agents won't melt the miniature.

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Does anyone know what kind of plastic these are? I didn't see it listed, but may have missed it there is a lot to read.

AKA- are the like bones or hard like soda pop?

Yes, the material composition of the figures is definity of concern to the buyer. I've had enough of there companies acting like it's a trade secret. The material is something the buyer needs and deserves to know as it changes what paints will react with the plastic and what paint stripping agents won't melt the miniature.

 

The bases are hard PVC, while the miniatures are a softer PVC very much like Bones, but not as soft. I can throw a medium sized mini against the wall and pretty much only have to worry about the glue popping off a piece or the clear plastic post breaking.

 

You may need to score or pin the figure to the base as the base surfaces are very smooth. I'd recommend priming the unpainted minis before painting, we're going to try to pre-prime them on the assembly line, but they will come unassembled moving forward.

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Did someone say Kobold Bat Rider?

 

Yes please!  :D

Just a heads-up that Kobolds in DC are ratmen, so they'll be a little like mouse-lings.
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I like the DC Behemoth a bit more than Khanjira, but sadly I already bought the Reaper fig so that slot in my collection is filled.

 

Perhaps one could be the male and the other could be the female and then you can get some aliens as their babies.   :upside:

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I think I will be in on this one. I love my stuff from the previous Kickstarter! Just a matter of funds and how much.

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I really like my minis from the last Kickstarter. The Kraken is impressive! I can't wait for the Behemoth and especially the Lady Orc Shamen!

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Did someone say Kobold Bat Rider?

 

Yes please!  :D

Just a heads-up that Kobolds in DC are ratmen, so they'll be a little like mouse-lings.

 

 

A Halfling were rat riding a dire bat perhaps.

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