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I am running a dungeons and dragon campaign for my friend and his two grade school age daughters.  I have been looking around for whimsical even silly miniatures to populate the campaign world.   I have already bought a few like Jason Wiebe’s sabertooth pug and the bones flail snail as well as the Grymkin Piggybacks from Privateer Press
 

What are your favorite whimsical or silly miniatures?

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7 minutes ago, Hibou said:

I am running a dungeons and dragon campaign for my friend and his two grade school age daughters.  I have been looking around for whimsical even silly miniatures to populate the campaign world.   I have already bought a few like Jason Wiebe’s sabertooth pug and the bones flail snail as well as the Grymkin Piggybacks from Privateer Press
 

What are your favorite whimsical or silly miniatures?

 

Do you have acces to a 3D printer by chance?

There are many files that might suit you.

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I am definitely a fan of the darksword animorphics.  I also have a small force of the GW goblins.  The others i will have to check out.  

 

Considering Reaper has a bunch of promotions starting this week what do you feel are Reapers best offerings?

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As far as Reaper goes, the mouslings fit the bill. There's a fair amount of just regular animals, too, although a lot of them aren't what you'd call traditionally cute. They're just... animals. Maybe some of the gnomes will do the trick? They're not all explicitly silly but they are gnomes.

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Mouselings are great. I bought my 8 year old niece a learn to paint kit for her birthday this weekend and she got some mouselings, war pugs and a princess. There are some great chibi figs in the new small world bones, inspired by the comics for the Bones 4 Kickstarter. There are also the old horror chibis in bones. The mushroom men in the Miniature monday kit look pretty cute too. I think they're properly called fungoids. 

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