Didn't know the first one jet. They are excellent imo. Very characterful and they even look like they are the same character in early- and late campagne warbands. Plus easily converted to using spears which is a good weapons choice for dreggs imo. Great find!
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Subject: Re: Undead Dregs Thu 12 Jan 2012 - 20:36
I knew about the Heresy one (which looks great) but the Reaper one was totally unknown to me. I must put him in my wish list!
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Subject: Re: Undead Dregs Sat 14 Jan 2012 - 20:28
I've got the Reaper mini which I intend to use as a grave robbing necromancer in The Hireling Agency.
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Subject: Re: Undead Dregs Wed 18 Jan 2012 - 0:31
What's the scale of freebooter minis anyway? Are they larger than a empire greatsword/ archer? Second one would also be a good mutant.
@ghostbear: It all depends on your warband background. For example, my future undead warband will be composed of blood dragon, who came to Mordhiem with 2 squires (enthralled probably) and is joined by "local" necromancer, his apprentice/acolyte/helper, some ghouls and dire wolves... Personally i don't like iconic hunchbacked dregs. Potentially they can be good fighters and crooked "Igors" definitely don't look like good fighters Sorry for giving advices:P