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I was thinking about beginning D&D, but to begin D&D, you must obtain something to play with. Apparently, my playgroup's standards are pretty low, being that you could use a penny if you wanted to (just think "Okay, I'll roll 3D6... my character does 20 damage and moves three spaces. Wait, where's my character?") But, I REFUSE TO HAVE AN UGLY CHARACTER!!
So, are there any tips for a modeling newbie to convert a Warhammer mini (probably a hero) into a halfling rogue?
BTW: I have a 4 pound block of clay -- not sure how useable it is, though.
Thanks in advance...
Last edited by The Green Meep; July 21st, 2008 at 18:37.
Citadel halfling minis... I've never seen those... could you provide a link?
1. order a halfling off the GW website: there are a fait few around.
2. use a dwarf? an old fantasy dwarf with a non bearded head would be a good halfling
3. convert a goblin with a human head and arms and sculpt a belly.
Can't think of any other ideas off the top of my head, but there'll be others soon enough.
Games Workshop Online Store — Search Results <-- heres the GW halfling range. I suggest the thief!
Last edited by ArtificiallyEnhanced; July 21st, 2008 at 18:49. Reason: add website
Hmm... that's why I haven't seen them before: the thief is from LOTR, isn't it? Anyway, thanks again for your help, guys, I'll be using the Halfling Thief.
I think it is a mordheim one- nevertheless, its not too commonly seen around. Glad to be of help
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