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Juegorama's "Adventurers & Monsters plastic miniatures Edition" : September 28th


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9 hours ago, Iron said:


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I need to take a look at this one in the morning. As she'd make a great Haregon figure.

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16 hours ago, ced1106 said:

Bases are 30mm. Compatible with their previous releases and for the mini's themselves. But larger than 1" squares, not that today's top-heavy miniatures will fit adjacent to each other on a 1" grid, anyway...!




Almost makes me think it's time to get away from the 1" grid and move to 30mm grids. Or heck at this time, 32mm grids.

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Here's the link for the fence-sitters who haven't backed yet. 🙂



I told 'em that the base has to be 1", but the rest of the miniature doesn't. J said they have to rescale human-sized mini's, but I told them that it's more important that the scale should fit other miniature lines. It's not like miniatures already have weapons and things jutting out of them that you can stick 'em together rank-and-file!

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23 hours ago, ced1106 said:

Here's the link for the fence-sitters who haven't backed yet. 🙂



I told 'em that the base has to be 1", but the rest of the miniature doesn't. J said they have to rescale human-sized mini's, but I told them that it's more important that the scale should fit other miniature lines. It's not like miniatures already have weapons and things jutting out of them that you can stick 'em together rank-and-file!

That sort of response actually worries me. I don’t want tiny scale minis because they can’t figure out how to make their bases 1 inch wide without scaling down the entire mini 33%. That just strikes me as them not understanding how minis and scale works and trying to take the easy solution (creating additional problems instead).


I had backed this because the minis were cheap, but cheap minis that are not scaled correctly don’t help me.

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I don’t personally care if my miniatures fit perfectly on a 1” grid but I’m aware that others are far more pedantic of such things.


If it does trifle your soul, perhaps just put the figure on a Reaper 1” base and move forward?  If you’ve been to ReaperCon or backed a KS, you have a billion anyhow. 

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Well, here's something from the comments:


"In any case, we do want to apologize for the misunderstanding, we didn’t manage to convey the message correctly, what we meant to say is that any human-sized figures that don’t fit in a 25mm base will be either rescaled or their pose will be altered to fit into a 25mm base, in the case that most of you want us to change the bases.., 


Not backing this because I have similar sculpts, but, when I've gamed, figure size was less important that the sculpt matching "my character", usually class, race, gender, and, to a lesser extent, weapon, clothing, and, for men, facial hair. And, of course, I also have miniatures from so many different games that scale is already all over the place. And even though they're all on 1" bases, they keep poking each other with their oversized weapons, extruded chests, and supernatural and monstrous pointy bits. 😛

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Even if they don't fund, they can take a breather and show off 1" base miniatures to backers in the updates (well, if you can post more updates after cancelling a KS) for feedback and to keep interest. I see that J has a .stl and 5e adventure as add-ons in their latest update, and they could certainly have a separate KS for them if this one is cancelled. Probably a decent idea, given the energy, supply chain, and other economic issues China is experiencing right now. China's a yellow-flag for me for now, although anything from China that's already in retail obviously doesn't have the same risk. 

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