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Cacique Caribe03 Nov 2008 11:55 a.m. PST

I asked this of the Pulp, VSF, etc. gamers, but not of you the Pirates and Renaissance gamers.

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What figure suggestions have we left out of the equation?

Thanks.

CC

Lowtardog03 Nov 2008 12:35 p.m. PST

How about Eureka

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and or

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BTW their Tlingit indians could almost be cavemen :0)

You arent serious about going form 28mm to 15mm are you? your figure painting and modelling is great would be a shame

MY Also have some unusual figures in their range

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I have an inuit army I will pop in the post for you with Mammoth and inuit riding deer I will never paint it :0)

Cacique Caribe03 Nov 2008 12:39 p.m. PST

Lowtardog,

I'm still testing the waters. I don't think I will ever quit 28mm, but this might give me something gameable in the meantime (with my foreseeable reduction in gaming space). Besides, I will always sculpt for 28mm.

I just don't want lack of space to keep me from gaming. Time restrictions are bad enough without letting space restrictions add to it.

Does that make sense? Travel is simply killing my gaming options.

CC

Lowtardog03 Nov 2008 1:14 p.m. PST

Sorry to hear that Dan, I havent crossed mails with you for a while hope you and your better half ;0) are keeping well. I had noticed how quiet you have been of late and hope all is OK.

Will get those inuit in the post over the weekend, that should keep you busy :0)

Pictors Studio03 Nov 2008 1:19 p.m. PST

You could try zulus too.

mad monkey 103 Nov 2008 1:37 p.m. PST

How about the Khurasan Chichimecs?

Cacique Caribe03 Nov 2008 2:27 p.m. PST

Lowtardog,

You are too kind, my friend.

I promise to do better with emails. Hope to get home within the week. I really need to get back to my minis soon.

Thanks.

CC

redmist112203 Nov 2008 5:47 p.m. PST

I used 15mm Peter Pigs range

Cacique Caribe03 Nov 2008 7:59 p.m. PST

Here are some creatures for them:

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CC

Cacique Caribe06 Nov 2008 9:42 a.m. PST

Weird look to the natives in the Jackson "Kong" film:

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picture

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elcid109906 Nov 2008 10:38 a.m. PST

Hey Amigo,
If you are going to go small, how about 10mm Fantasy (Copplestone, Warmaster, BOFA etc). Or 28mm skirmish size games (GW LOTR, TFL Sharp Practice etc)

I'll try and call you tomorrow. Missed you the other morning and left a message, but I'll keep trying. Don't try and call me back as I suggested, I just forgot I'm not in Texas for a moment, and the return call would cost you a mini-a-minute.

Hope you are home and relaxed.

Cacique Caribe24 Dec 2008 1:16 p.m. PST

Well, looks like I'll stick with 28mm after all . . .

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CC

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