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Curious if there are any ghouls out there in mini-verse to represent the shorter races like gnomes & halflings.

 

thanks!

 

EDIT: Never fails.... I found one on Heresy's site. It's not a demi-human but it would probably work + they have some other minis that might fill some other rolls as well.

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So are you looking for demi-human versions of undead?

 

Johnny Lauck ran a demi-human undead KS (skeletons and ghouls) several months ago. PM me if you can't find the project.

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Does JL sell outside of Kickstarter thou? I miss Mega-Minis ::(:

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There is an old GW undead set with skeletal versions of dwarves and halflings. Not sure what it was called though. I think I have it bumping around here somewhere.

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Impact miniatures sell a Deadlings range (undead halflings), intended for Blood Bowl, but only two of them look specifically footbally.

RollJordan have some racial zombies in their Necro line, including dwarf and hobgoblin. Again, intended for Blood Bowl, but mostly fairly generic.

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John McManis made a range of Halfling archers and heroes for said haflling archers (should still be in production).  Ganesha Games made a line of undead dwarves for their world (in production for sure).  Other than that I, there have been a few prepainted ones in D&D miniatures (dwarves, no halflings or gnomes before I stopped collecting), and then the ones coming out with Bones 3 off the top of my head.

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On 3/14/2017 at 1:16 PM, Heisler said:

There is an old GW undead set with skeletal versions of dwarves and halflings. Not sure what it was called though. I think I have it bumping around here somewhere.


They're the Dogs of War Cursed Company.  It had skeletal Dwarfs, Elves, Goblins, Skaven, Lizardmen, and Orcs (well, one sculpt each).  They were selling for a ton last I saw, as they've been OoP for a while.


For Undead Halflings, there's a wonderful set from The Assault Group:

 

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Ganesha Games produces a faction of Undead Dwarfs, who are carried through Alternative Armies:

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When Bones III hits, there's a bunch of Undead demihumans there...

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As previously mentioned, the Undead Demihumans from Mega Minis/Johnny Lauck are nice sculpts.  I didn't care for the Zombie Halfling as much, though, and the Undead Dwarfs are quite tall compared to other lines.

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Ral Partha made a pack of undead demi humans back in the day....

I see them on evil bay fairly often....

Demi human vampires: 11-103

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11-472 zombies

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hope that helps

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While somewhat unconventional, Titan Forge do an entire army of undead orcs and goblins. There are zombie goblins and even goblin ghosts! I presume the goblin cannibals are supposed to be the ghouls.

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