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Offline Nandladin

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Miniatures
« on: 05/07/11, 08:03 PM »
My first D&D character is a Wilden swarm druid (and I don't want to hear shit from anyone who says it was a poor choice).

It's a pretty new race and I don't believe there are any Wilden miniatures atm. So, I'm wondering if anyone has an idea for something similar to a Wilden caster that can work (even if it's a different game).

No, I am not interested in painting my own. I will fuck it up.

For reference, here's a Wilden picture I found on the internet:





Thanks in advance. ><

Offline Nandladin

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Re: Miniatures
« Reply #1 on: 05/07/11, 08:12 PM »
Someone recommended I tape a pinecone to a nickel, so that's my current plan. =(

Offline Zebrix

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Re: Miniatures
« Reply #2 on: 05/07/11, 08:28 PM »
You can probably get yourself a Worgen miniature.

Offline EtanMoonstar

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Re: Miniatures
« Reply #3 on: 05/18/11, 01:32 PM »
I'd go with the Black Woods Dryad--as a common mini in one of the recent DDM mini sets, it should be fairly easy/cheap to acquire, and looks decently Wildenish.  There's a pic near the bottom of the Deserts of Desolation preview article over at WotC's site: https://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/mi/20071102a
You want to burst them instead of having to stack DP via FoK with Ass!

Offline Nandladin

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Re: Miniatures
« Reply #4 on: 05/18/11, 01:40 PM »
That's a really good idea. Thanks. :)

So far I've learned I'm not too hot at painting warhammer pieces. =x