Love the look of miniatures on your tabletop, but have a tight budget on gaming fun? Reaper's latest line of miniatures might be just what you're looking for!
For years, Reaper has been bringing you the best miniatures for your tabletop games, and now they've expanded into from unpainted metal miniatures into affordable plastics! The Bones series of miniatures have all the detail that you expect from Reaper, but aren't going to hit your pocketbook with a metal price tag! Classic bad guys like Orcs and Kobolds you can grab by the handful for the same price as just one metal miniature, or go for the gusto and add a few Cave Trolls and Purple Worms to your adventure! If you need a squad of stout dwarven fighters defending their delves, the Dwarf Warrior has a hammer and sturdy shield to smite foes with!
Check out the incredible introductory lineup of all of the Bones series right here, or see all of the miniatures and accessories that Reaper has to offer here!
Thanks to Reaper Brian I picked up the Ogre Chieftain and a pack of Kobolds @ PAX East. The sculpts are awesome the plastic seems like high quality and the price is right. I am looking to grab some more soon.
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I recently bought three of the worms. One will be a Death Worm, one a Green Worm and one will be a bit of a joke between our GM and ourselves..we dared him to make a Fey Touched Purple Worm, so he now has the worm and will be doing a little conversion work with some fairy wings.
I've enjoyed the Reaper plastic minis. I have a bunch of the pre-painted ones, and these are the same sculpts, just unpainted. Greta figures though. I think my favorites are the giant rats and the various skeletons.
I was talking to Kevin at Reaper a couple of weeks ago, and I wanted to point out that when they say "ready to paint" it means they don't need to be primed as the standard acrylic paints adhere quite nicely to the plastic. You can prime them if you wish, but it's not necessary.
I have the kobolds, the orcs, and the gnoll. They look fantastic, and once you give them a wash with soapy water (to get mold release agent off) they paint up without primer. Pretty happy about the price point and the quality.