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So happy I got the barge....and some new washes......maybe I should wash the bottom post sealer to simulate wet wood......thoughts?

 

So...that Ent is.....a lot larger then I thought it would be.....

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Saw the Ent.....
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5 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Definitely going to hide halflings in Mossbeard. 

You could fit a pile of halflings on him. Ironically, you could also trojan horse him. His torso is in two pieces, and while they are thick, you could probably squeeze a dozen halflings inside.

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28 minutes ago, Suden said:

The mammoth looked tiny compared to some of the other minis. But a quick check of Wikipedia and it looks like it's a fairly accurate scale:

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Mossbeard pieces could make for some nice terrain. This is one leg next to a human sized bones guy:

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Pretty sure it's Mossbeard ;) Here are a couple shots:

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Since I had just assembled the mammoth, I included him. The regular bones guy is in there too, beside a tree-trunk leg. The one arm was falling out, which is why the rather large pill bottle cap.

 

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Here's a player's eye view of Mossbeard, with the mammoth looking like a playful puppy next to him. Don't let the forced perspective fool you, he's 2-3 inches shorter than the art book behind him. He's around 9" tall.

:blink:  That is WAY LARGER than I thought it would be . . . and now I wish I HAD pledged for it!

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1 minute ago, Talae said:

I pledged for nearly all of the things. I don't play sci fi so I didn't get most of the sci fi stuff. I actually am kind of regretting that...

Me too.

 

I didn't pledge for:

Chronoscope

Treebeard

Dance of Death

Nyalth---cthulhu name guy

Skeletal dragon

Paints

Artbook

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3 minutes ago, amuller33 said:

I didnt order the modern scenics..... 1 of everything else

Oh, I didn't get the scenic either.

But I did get 2 core, 2 barges, 2 Argents. And multiples of the add ons... Like the apes and Snake men

 

Edit. I really want the chronoscope bull dog.... I will try to steam punk it up

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45 minutes ago, Suden said:

Mossbeard pieces could make for some nice terrain. This is one leg next to a human sized bones guy:

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Dang I didn't think about that :down:  Now I wish I got 2 

 

 

29 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Definitely going to hide halflings in Mossbeard. 

 

I got a bunch of fairies from a BoGW awhile ago with the intention of hiding them in Mossbeard.  Although now I am a little worried that they might be too small to be noticed.  

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25 minutes ago, Suden said:

You could fit a pile of halflings on him. Ironically, you could also trojan horse him. His torso is in two pieces, and while they are thick, you could probably squeeze a dozen halflings inside.

 

So more Old Man Willow than Treebeard then?

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I remember thinking, "Eh, I think I can live without Mossbeard." Then they posted him with a scale model and, well, that was another thing added onto the pledge. Man, he's ginormous!

 

13 minutes ago, Talae said:

I pledged for nearly all of the things. I don't play sci fi so I didn't get most of the sci fi stuff. I actually am kind of regretting that...

 

Me too. I've been playing a bit of Starfinder now and Chronoscope minis aren't such a great fit. But it's so cheap, why didn't we go in for it? Argh.

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52 minutes ago, Suden said:

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Dang I didn't think about that :down:  Now I wish I got 2 

 

 

Me too!  Never thought of the terrain angle! 

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