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Guthroth29 Sep 2018 1:30 p.m. PST

Hi. Does anyone know where I can get some of the 28mm Teddy Bear Pirates that Eureka minis used to sell ? TIA

cavcrazy30 Sep 2018 8:44 a.m. PST

Mike Broadbent sculpted those. Eureka stopped carrying them some time ago.
Somebody may have picked them up.
I have a friend who bought a bunch of his teddy bear figures……Probably to get his grandkids into gaming.

iceaxe30 Sep 2018 4:13 p.m. PST

Mike sold the range to an individual who was going to run them as his own range, about 3-4 years ago. Nothing has been heard of them since, except the odd post like this asking where they are.

rmaker01 Oct 2018 10:31 a.m. PST

Same thing applies to the Seven Years Picnic and Zulu Picnic lines. Sadly missed.

FutureFarm23 Jan 2024 6:39 p.m. PST

I know this may be a dead-thread now, but in case anyone is still looking….

My daughter saw me painting my miniatures, she decided she needed her own. I searched and searched for Eureka Bears but couldn't find any at a price that I would feel good about a 4 year old playing with. Already having a 3D printer and some amateurish skills, I decided to make my own. The process is shown at

I am not set-up to do mass production of these, but could probably handle a few orders at a time.

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