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As subject says.  How big is Krampus (2019) (sku 01646)? 

 

The Chronoscope Krampus (sku 50207) looked standard ~25mm humanoid scale to me, but this new 2019 one looks "bigger" to me, perhaps based on the $16 price tag, and I'm hoping it is actually bigger and not just my wishful thinking.  (I play Pathfinder, which lists him as a Large creature so I'm hoping Reaper has him in a ballpark that suits that size.)

I don't see any way to tell in the current preview picture. 

 

Can anyone give me an eye-height on the new Krampus? 

 

Apologies if this is in the wrong sub-forum, I was having trouble figuring out which product line this Krampus was in.  (I'm assuming Dark Heaven Legends due to the built-in base.)

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13 hours ago, Wolf Munroe said:

I don't see any way to tell in the current preview picture. 

I think the base is 3mm thick. (**?)

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I got 39mm from the bottom of the base to the tips of the horns. 

 

I dont recall what the diameter of a Large base is in pathfinder. 

 

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**If the base is 5mm thick then the figure is looking like 60mm hoofs to horntips. Plus 5 more for the base. 

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Pathfinder large is the same as 5e, 2 inches sq.

 

This is the post I should have responded with in my first post:

 

On 12/10/2019 at 6:52 PM, Chris Palmer said:

From Facebook:

 

 

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All of this is good information.  Thanks again, guys.  Haldir, that is, of course, exactly what I needed. 

 

And yeah, Pathfinder uses the same sizes as D&D, but I don't know if there are Krampus stats in D&D (I assume they're in there somewhere) so don't know if his size category is Large in both systems.  In D&D and Pathfinder, 2-inch cubes are Large, with 1-inch cubes being Medium (human-sized).  I asked eye-height because it's my understanding that miniatures are measured to the eyes rather than the extremes since things like horns or big weapons or raised arms will cause variance.  

 

I am hoping to order Krampus some time next week (once I deposit some money in the bank).  I did just see on the reapermini.com front-page that the holiday miniatures are only available until 31 December, but he's still for sale presently so I'll see what's available when it comes time to order.  

 

He's the right size and I already have one of the older Santa miniatures painted so looking forward to having the duo together too. 

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Oh, man, finally got my money in the bank today and came here to order, only to find Krampus (2019) was no longer in my cart.  I emailed customer support, but I see the promotion has ended.  

I guess I'm not placing my first order with reapermini.com just yet.  I turned to other avenues since this one was exhausted.  (I am aware that mentioning where is not allowed, so my lips are sealed.) 

 

Anyway, there's still a lot of stuff I want at reapermini.com, but it's not so strictly time-limited, so it will have to wait.  

But anyway, thanks again for your help with the size details.  I just wanted to give a quick update on the saga of this purchase.   

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Unless the rules have changed you can mention where. You could even give enough info to make finding it easier.

But you most definitely can not put in a direct link to a non Reaper store commercial site.

 

For example, someone asks where to find not- versions of the Scooby gang. I could say that Hasslefree miniatures makes  two sets of them, one like the cartoon and the other is post apocalyptic. But I can't put up a link to Hasslefree's webstore, or Noble Knight's or any other store that might have them.

  I can post the part/model numbers for them as that would make it easier to find them on the web. I can also tell people where on Hasslefree's website to find them, just can't direct link.

 

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