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The term "Kobold" is originally German for "goblin", "gnome" or "faery", the scary and dangerous beings from outside the campfire's light in preindustrial times.
In D&D the name has been used on 1st level mooks who used to be doglike goblinoids but these days are dragonkin, i.e. small reptiliads.
These newer kobolds from Reaper are very much more dragon- or reptile-like than earlier versions that might have been doglike...
There are 12 of them in the Bones 4 core set. 6 mooks and 6 leaders.
#103-108: Kobold Leaders
These are the slightly more powerful kobolds. Some of them might even be 2nd level!
Numbered left to right, #103-#108.
Also note the many mammary glands on #105. These are supposed to be reptilian?
#75-#80: The Kobold Mooks
Numbered left to right, #75-#80.
Not by best work by far. I did four different colour combinations, three of each.
After these there are only 3 models left in the core set to go!
12 1st level mooks vs 1 12th level barbarian berserker. Who will win? Ready! Steady! Fight!
#103-108 Kobold Leaders
#75-80 Kobold Mooks
Bones 4 Core set, 2019
Made in Bonesium PVC
should be available from reapermini.com some time in the future in Bones.
Really enjoyed painting these up, and looking forward to getting the Bones Kickstarter with 12 more unique sculpts.
Painted these as a batch of 12 in about 2.5 hours by starting with an all over coat of Vallejo German Red Brown primer, then a wash with Green stuff World Swamp Brown ink. Then just a case of picking out the details, and highlighting the skin with Vallejo Game Colour Tan. I didn't finish off with a wash, as I normally would, because the minis were so small and had a Brown palette. I thought I would just blur the details if I washed them..
The bases are mdf disks (20mm) with Green stuff World roller used to add a texture. That was just painted in Scale 75 Grey Brown and shaded with Army Painter Strong Tone.
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