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POLL: Best Figures for Game of Thrones?


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Paint Pig Inactive Member writes:

You beat me to it Laffe. Of further interest to some the incomparable Tom Meyer (sp?) has sculpted some of these figures (the smirking Jamie Lannister is a real character) and of course the dragons, so you can be pretty confident in the quality of sculpting. At risk of coming off as a sock puppet I have found Jim Ludwig owner of Darksword another gentleman of the industry, I recommend them highly.

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dave


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
GW - Lord of the Rings
34
6%
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Perry - War of the Roses
74
13%
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Dark Sword - George RR Martin line
51
9%
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Ral Partha Europe - Demonworld 15mm
15
3%
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Battles of Westeros boardgame figures
9
2%
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Front Rank - Hundred Years War
25
4%
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Warhammer Bretonnians
26
5%
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Corvus Belli 15mm Hundred Years War
22
4%
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Warhammer Empire
13
2%
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Old Glory - War of the Roses 25mm
30
5%
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Old Glory - Hundred Years War 25mm
25
4%
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Essex - Saxons
5
1%
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Wargame Factory - Celts
14
2%
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Gripping Beast - Germans
14
2%
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Gripping Beast - Irish
15
3%
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Conquest Games - Normans
11
2%
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Ral Partha Europe - Crucible
6
1%
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Old Glory - Ottoman 25mm
10
2%
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other (explain)
15
3%
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no opinion
64
11%
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not interested in Game of Thrones
97
17%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Uesugi Kenshin Supporting Member of TMP inquires...

What minis would you use to game big battles (not skirmish/not RPG) between the various warring houses and other "entities" in HBO's thrilling Game of Thrones?

Having not read any of the books and therefore having no idea how the author describes the warriors, I am basing my own input purely off of what I have seen of the HBO show and what would be aesthetically pleasing to me.

I figure you could go one of two ways. Either you could use GW's LotR minis, which would keep it true to the show's rather Dark Age look, and you would have several human factions to choose from to represent the warring factions in the show. But, the downside to this is that you would have to deal with GW prices. Major bummer.

The other route I could see is using the Perry Bros' outstanding WotR plastic and metal minis as your different family factions. Your benefit here would be the lower cost of using the plastic sets, but all of your various warring factions would tend to look alike, save for livery differences.

(Poll options taken from this pre-poll discussion/)