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Reaper Miniatures

Post by Nameless » 5 May 2007, o 11:17

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Gargoyle - finally someone sculpted it so that it actually resembles stone
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Pirate - not bad, but I'm bit bored with all those pirates (dead or alive) popping up in every company
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Gnoll - really like John Manor's sculpts
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Druid on a toad - for hardcore players :)
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Klocke's chick - he could sculpt something else from time to time ;)
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54mm vamp hunter
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Post by NAVARRO » 5 May 2007, o 17:11

most are simply average sculpts but theres some gems in there... like that awesome toad :)
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Post by Darkson » 6 May 2007, o 09:11

I dont see how their 54mm figs can even compair to other 54mm kits. They just dont have the detail that should be in the 54mm scale. :?

The toad is a fun looking fig. Might be a good break figure to paint.

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Post by Nameless » 6 May 2007, o 12:17

I also don't think, that their 54mm minis live up to the name of the range - Master Series Miniatures. Still, Monique and cowgirl are lovely models and I really like them.
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Post by Szary » 6 May 2007, o 13:33

This chick from Klocke looks really interesting...:think:
But for godness sake, he could sometime sculpt different face! Argh...
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Post by Skrit » 8 May 2007, o 12:34

The Gnoll looks cool but could somebody tell me what a Gnoll is?

The Toadrider is nice as well but I happen to have a special edition from a German Con which is much cooler! I believe it sculpted by Klocke too but not too sure there... If I have the time I'll post pics.

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Post by Nameless » 8 May 2007, o 12:36

Gnoll is some kind of monster from D&D. Looks bit like were-hyena to me :) Previous reaper gnolls were not that good :)

toadrider is not sculpted by Klocke.
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Post by Skrit » 8 May 2007, o 12:43

Ah, that explains a lot, thx!:)

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Post by mahon » 8 May 2007, o 12:52

I don't think gnolls are werebeasts, just humanoids with some hyena features. or at least that's how I remember them from D&D
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Post by Nameless » 8 May 2007, o 12:56

dunno Mahon, I only played d&d once :P
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