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something i drew many many many years ago   seems fitting

I totally agree with you in that those particular exaggerations are not very realistic in function. This was a challenging character/figure to create because I wanted her to read as feminine but als

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23 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:


"This game will be a pirate themed game, and this will be your ship."


"We begin the game in a tavern. It's a dockside tavern, built in the hulk of an old sailing ship."


"As you ride across the desert, you see a sand ship approaching in the distance."


"When you reach the top of the mountain, you find what appears to be a shipwreck. You have no idea why it might be there, but you suspect that 'a wizard done it'."

Grump ran a scenario where a derelict ship hanging by rusting chains from a crane was the place one of the baddies hung his hat.


I was tempted to build it in Minecraft.


And Mama Odie was the best thing in The Princess and the Frog. Her home.




A reeaally creepy GOOD witch. ::):


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On 11/7/2019 at 7:26 PM, ksbsnowowl said:

Not official, but they want to make the masts attached via magnets.  Hoping/planning to make the ship in hard ABS plastic.  Hoping they can make it in different colors (glow-in-the-dark, translucent, etc.)

Saw this while looking for something else. I wonder if that plan regarding the magnets is still in the works...

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56 minutes ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

I wonder if we can convince Reaper to make the "Everliving Flame" from the Dwarf's Crypt encounter in translucent plastic, so we can engineer glow effects or other fun things we can do with translucent figures...

I think that’s a great idea!

  I think I remember hearing the ghost dwarves were already going to be translucent... am I remembering that correctly?... so no reason not to include the flame as well. :)

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9 hours ago, Crowley said:

If I get one (likely, but not certain... Its so big) it will only be one, and I'll find every excuse to use it in every game...

I'd try to come up with something against that since my tables would be mainly Infinity, but that's when I realized I literally have a 4' long container ship on my wishlist at Every Little War, that u wanted to build a table around, and now this would give me the ultimate excuse to build a harbour board, or at least the stuff to make a harbour board... 

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19 hours ago, Maciej said:

I'll consider magnetizing the figureheads so I can swap them around. I'd also contemplate adapting the dragon bust for it, if it's the right size.


On cannons: Pillars of Eternity 2 has these flame-thrower cannons with dragon heads on them, would love to see something like that.

For inexpensive dragon headed cannon, look for minimi in the UK.



As well as more typical guns.


Very inexpensive - 1GBP each.


The Auld Grump

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21 hours ago, Disserrma said:

While the ship is pretty and awesome, the size of it made it an easy pass for us.  We travel to game and traveling with it would be a big pita.  But super excited that so many others are happy for it.


i see this issue a lot, when people discuss the ship, or when i would bring up larger models - i take it most people are not driving themselves?

since its actually fairly easy to transport larger stuff in a car safely.



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4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:


For those who want more artillery for the Bones V Ship:


Foundry Miniatures has these:



Those. ::):


I want mortars for my ship now, and I don't even plan on having a ship. ::P:

Holy carp!


A frigate needs a LOT of crew! ::o:


I guess we will need some of those Frostgrave pirates afterall.

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