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We're actually getting a Zuggtmoy ::o: No idea how big she is though, but she looks bigger than the other fungus creatures. 

Not sure if I love her giant hat, I'll have to wait for some additional pics but I could always trim that down. 

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Well, now we know what Sophie's Mom and Dad do for a living...!


So what scale would the giants be if they were used as miniatures for humans? They look larger than 54mm. Conceivably, I think we have enough Bones giants that you could use them as human miniatures in some sort of low-fantasy RPG or other game. 

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Good! on the darkreach expansion I finally got the Dark elf wizard I was hoping for. Now I will need it also metal cast (hopefully soon :d). 

Rulers of hell are a must O_o and I was sure the central pit was gonna be Dance of death... These Reaper guys sure know what they are doing and I do understand how KS works on its last days/hours but I can't help but feeling a bit concerned about when dance will be revealed! (and if it could be reached) 

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I'm really loving the low guard stance of Sophie's mom. She looks relaxed but (at least to me) the hips, lower back, and shoulder are all positioned for the minimum 'pull back' to strike with her sword. It's an advanced sword stance and one that takes a tremendous amount of confidence and skill. :wub:


58 minutes ago, Nunae said:

We're actually getting a Zuggtmoy ::o: No idea how big she is though, but she looks bigger than the other fungus creatures. 

Not sure if I love her giant hat, I'll have to wait for some additional pics but I could always trim that down. 


Ron posted a WIP from a few weeks ago here, she's pretty big. 


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