Category Archives: D&D Miniatures

More on Miniatures

One suggestion that has been made to me many times is that miniatures are much cheaper if you paint them yourself. Right… There’s just one problem with that: painting miniatures takes time. And quite an investment up front in the … Continue reading

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More posts by Peter Lee

Peter Lee not to sound like the eternal optimist (I certainly don’t consider myself as such), but on a positive angle, consider the fact that they may improve their abilities with the CAD as well. they did say they just … Continue reading

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Peter Lee on visible mini quality

Peter Lee on maxminis.com The visible figures have an uncommon rarity assigned for collectability purposes, but the average number of the paint steps for those figure exceeds the current rare paint step allocation.   Effectively, the visible figure has double the paint steps that an average uncommon had … Continue reading

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Peter Lee on previews

In response to a post on Wizards.com forums: I’m certainly not ready to show miniatures from a set that won’t release for nearly half a year, but I’ll take your desire to see the paint master next to a production … Continue reading

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Peter Lee on issues facing D&D Miniatures

Peter Lee WoTC‘s ability to co-ordinate the miniature releases with the adventurers released at a similar time continues to be less than impressive.   Yup, you’re right. I’m working on it. Here’s the problem: The miniature path is close to … Continue reading

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More official responses to the change

Scott RouseWas the 8-mini for $15 model not profitable? Why the change to a 5-mini for $15 model. What exactly does WOTC see as the value-add here?  I tried to explain this in my post but I have to be careful on … Continue reading

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Stephen Schubert saying farewell

Stephen Schubert A few years back, I decided I wanted to use minis on my table, to help illustrate my game. I picked up some assorted metal, learned to paint, all that sort of stuff. Picked up Chainmail. Then Chainmail … Continue reading

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Dave Christ on the final sanctioned tournaments

Posted on Hordelings.com: So I’ve gotten a few emails so far (figure the post goes up the second I logoff a computer). DDXP will have DDM tourneys. From my understanding the last sanctioned ones. We will have a limited championship … Continue reading

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Another post on the change…

Peter Lee The decision to not have skirmish cards in the boosters was made a few months ago. There were other discussions going on about other methods to support the game, and that decision was made relatively recently. It wasn’t … Continue reading

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The end of the Skirmish Game

Scott Rouse, Brand Manager of D&D, has confirmed what many people had feared after recent announcements to a change in packaging for D&D Miniatures: the Skirmish game is being discontinued. After Demonweb, there will be no further Skirmish stats included … Continue reading

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