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1 hour ago, Lidless Eye said:

Weedy grots they are not.

 

It was mentioned there would also be some grots/snotlings and some gobbo skeletons.

He gives a lot of value, nice minis, only thing is he's slow.

One doesn't even know the theme at the start of the month sometimes.

But for about €3 euro one can't complain!

 

 

12 minutes ago, Corsair said:

These guys could be Cindy Lauper's band!

 

 

Gobbo's just wanna have fun!

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On 6/14/2021 at 8:30 AM, TaleSpinner said:

 

These are very well done, but that is not why I am commenting on them; what I want to point out, is how these models are truely a product of the new printer era.  These COULD NOT exist in a casting environment.  You would never be able to cast these, but you can print them.  Very cool.

My eye was taking it apart for that.

 

The tail alone would be three pieces, minimum.

 

Maybe as a plastic kit, but for metal casting? Not happening.

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2 hours ago, Talae said:

I dont remember seeing a basilisk mini without legs. Interesting choice on the part of Epic.

I think that was the myth?

 

D&D was the one that changed things, though I think the basilisk in the myths had either a comb like a rooster or a crown?

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Pliny the Elder described the basilisk as the king of serpents, not more than 12 fingers in length and super poisonous.  It was weak to weasels. (Cobra vs mongoose)  By the medieval period it had gained more powers and several new versions, one of which was a serpent with 8 chicken legs and the head of a rooster.  The latter would appear to be the inspiration for D&D. I found an illustration from 1640 of a basilisk you can throw at your players.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Auberon said:

Pliny the Elder described the basilisk as the king of serpents, not more than 12 fingers in length and super poisonous.  It was weak to weasels. (Cobra vs mongoose)  By the medieval period it had gained more powers and several new versions, one of which was a serpent with 8 chicken legs and the head of a rooster.  The latter would appear to be the inspiration for D&D. I found an illustration from 1640 of a basilisk you can throw at your players.

 

 

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He looks like if Jughead from Archie took levels in Druid.

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On 6/15/2021 at 4:56 AM, Glitterwolf said:

First Goblins from Avatar of War this month

 

 

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Reading Alfie. A rare smut free episode:

 

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I want to see if I can manage those gobbo eyes.

 

Fortunately, I have some new goblin STLs to print and practice on. :;,;:

 

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On 6/15/2021 at 3:58 PM, Illithar said:

I hope everyone likes Dino's (I sure do!) 'cause we're getting more from LOTP next month. I'd be curious to see AVG do a Dino set at some point...

 

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While they are awesome I'm not a dino fan so I'll be saving a few $$$ unless I'm really didgging the Igorot.

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