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2 minutes ago, StarFyre said:

i think issue is, in 1e/3e they were large. in 2e medium i think. 

Ah, I didn't realize the Eyes of the Deep were Medium in 2e.

 

Just went to look, and normal Beholders were also Medium in 2e.  That's been ignored in basically every iteration of official D&D mini's (that I know of), even 5e.

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5 minutes ago, JGF said:

Still holding out hope that that Murkillor resin model from this last reapercon makes it in to bones black because I really love that model.

Ron has played coy, but in a way that seems like they might add that Murkillor to the KS, but with a different base.

 

$900 to go to the unlock.

Ding!  Unlocked Brinewind.

 

Just waiting for the update.

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14 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:

oooo clam and big eel, and those goblins are oddly endearing

The goblins look like they are modeled on different creatures.  One a swordfish, one a puffer fish, one a shark and a lobster, and the last a nautilus.  Interesting.  They might be useful as Mongrelfolk or Meenlocks.

 

Interesting that the Arakoth (sp?) has a stinger.  Anatomically incorrect for spiders, but matches Shelob from LotR (movies, at least; been too long since I read it to recall if that was true in the book as well).

 

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This will help us measure the Deep Tyrant's base size, since the spider is on a 130 mm base:

 

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2 minutes ago, ksbsnowowl said:

The goblins look like they are modeled on different creatures.  One a swordfish, one a puffer fish, one a shard and a lobster, and the last a nautilus.  Interesting.  They might be useful as Mongrelfolk or Meenlocks.

 

Interesting that the Arkaloth (sp?) has a stinger.  Anatomically incorrect for spiders, but matches Shelob from LotR (movies, at least; been too long since I read it to recall if that was true in the book as well.

 

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This will help us measure the Deep Tyrant's base size, since the spider is on a 130 mm base:

 

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I was sorta on the fence with the spider.  Now I think Im gonna get it.

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8 minutes ago, Sirithiliel said:

 

That is called a crab

Nope. A Diving Bell Spider...

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Not that interested in the Dark Depths because I don't usually do aquatic games, but I'd love to have the pile of bones underneath that Eye of the Deep, though..

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5 minutes ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

Nope. A Diving Bell Spider...

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I know they exist but thought crab would be funnier

 

Any spider would work for these anyways, there is nothing visually  unique about them that would be apparent on a mini. Just stick a spider down and say it is a water spider :P

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