I just bought both of them and wanted to voice my opinion (publically, of course, so everybody knows I have one ). Anyway, I thought this might come in handy for you guys for future reference.
I love the swarm design, there really need to be more of those. The only non-paper miniatures I have are from Wizards, so I might not be a good judge of avaliablility in general, but I havn't seen swarms in paper yet, so yours are a big plus that should be promoted .
I also like the number of minis per page, one of the best uses of printing space I have seen thus far (although at times a larger margin for cutting errors inflicted by sudden sneezing or daughter is not that bad to have, either .
And last but not least the rider mini, it's something that my campaign has lacked to this point, the ability to put a mini on a horse. On the other hand, it's next to impossible to have every mini in both variants in order to have a hero mount a horse at will, so... I don't know, I like the idea. (Thing is, I made the miniatures for our next campaign myself, under the headding "not pretty but rare". No way to put them on horsebacks).
So, anyway, keep it up, and the Fearies are definitly worth the money.
Last Edit: Nov 10, 2010 21:43:16 GMT -9 by Dominic
Thank you Satrek! We do try to provide a good value for your buck. That's what paper minis is all about after all.
One day I will go back and flesh out the Faerie and Horde Packs some more with greater variety of poses, especially in the horde pack.
As for the removable rider, I will take credit for that invention. ;D It adds some value and versatility. Not that there is anything wrong with riders being attached to the mount. I will probably still use that method for more common troops, but it's nice for characters to be able to have that design to plop them onto large monsters, steeds, or whatever crazy thing they might ride without having a permanent attachment.
Vermin King: For Papercuts this year, I am just going to use things created since last Papercuts. Bessie for the model and Onager Longhauler for the kitbash. I was going to build 10 Downing St for a Bessie backdrop, but that ain't happening
Aug 23, 2019 4:16:26 GMT -9
Vermin King: I've decided I need to stop trying to get stuff back that I lost and get back to working on new stuff. Until work stuff gets caught up, I need to fight the rebuilding aspect.
Aug 23, 2019 4:13:09 GMT -9
okumarts: Let me know if you need anything VK.
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Vermin King: My Doctor Who stuff is all gone... and couldn't get onto the company database for 4 1/2 hours today. Life has got to get better
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Vermin King: It's been such a nightmare, I haven't been to OBS or your site yet. I just know they are gone
Aug 22, 2019 7:39:17 GMT -9
bravesirkevin: @vermin King, you should still be able to download the stuff you purchased from me again, if that helps. If you have any issues, just drop me a direct message and I'll send through whichever ones you can't download
Aug 21, 2019 18:28:51 GMT -9
Vermin King: And none of the Streetpaper Advent models were in there, and only seven of bravesirkevin's figures are in there, and none of my purchased ones... And the old Canon kid's models are still beyond reach
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Vermin King: Oo, oo! I just saw the Olli Bizer models loading!
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Aug 21, 2019 8:17:58 GMT -9
wyvern: VK: Now you also have the "joy" of the painfully slow shutdown and reboot every time (at least once a month) that Windows is made "better" by yet more unwanted clutter being downloaded to your system, plus a scatter of useless "desktop.ini" files.
Aug 20, 2019 6:08:48 GMT -9
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cowboyleland: It looks like you guys are busy, but I would like to point out that the "Ghoul Design Tutorial." which would start to answer bobsomething 's question from Aug 10, is MIA (again)
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