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D&D Miniatures Harbinger Booster Pack: A D&D Miniatures Game Product (D&D Miniatures Product) (Englisch) Sonstiges Zubehör

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Von Ein Kunde am 21. Oktober 2003
Wer nach günstigen, gut gemachten Minis für die D&D-Abende sucht, der liegt hier richtig.
Natürlich sind die Minis nur aus Plastik. Die Bemalung ist allerdings erstaunlich gut gemacht. Dass für jede Figur nur drei Farben + schwarz als Grundfarbe + Hautfarbe + Weiß verwendet wurden, stört auch nicht. Wer verwendet schon mehr Farben, wenn man selbst Minis anmalt?! Für die "seltenen" Minis, die ich habe, wurden zudem mehr Farben verwendet.
Bei einigen wenigen Figuren, sind kleine Fehler in der Bemalung zu finden, wenn man genau hinsieht, d.h. einige Stellen sind nicht bemalt.
Die Minis entsprechen fast exakt den Bildern aus dem MM und die Größenverhältnisse sind auch eingehalten worden, so geht der Gnome dem Ogre gerademal bis zum Knie! Die "Sockel" der kleinen Figs. sind 2 cm groß, die der mittleren 2,5 cm und die der großen 4 cm.
Eine Falle gibt es allerdings noch...
In jedem Exp. Pack gibt es nur eine "seltene" Figur! Da es 27 davon gibt, kann es doch noch ziemlich teuer werden, wenn man anstrebt, alle Figuren zu sammeln und mit den "gewöhnlichen" Figuren kann man sich bis dahin wahrscheinlich totwerfen.
Wer glaubt, dass Skirmish-Spiel mit nur einem Entry-Pack (EP) und einem Exp. Pack (ExP) spielen zu können, der liegt übrigens falsch. Beim Spiel für 2 Personen braucht man mindestens 2 Entry-Packs. Zudem bekomme ich mit den Figs aus dem EP und Exp keine Party zusammen und selbst wenn ich eine zusammenbekäme, hätte ich nicht einmal einen Commander...
Trotzdem, alles in allem ein gelungenes und damit lohnenswertes Accessoire für D&D-Spieler.
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HASH(0x94f4c984) von 5 Sternen cheap figures for your hordes 30. Oktober 2003
Von Peter T. Lee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
The expansion pack contains 8 prepainted flexible plastic figures, in a typical distribution of 4 commons, 3 uncommons and 1 rare. Also contained are 8 related cards for each of the figures, with rules for use in the D&D Miniature Skirmish game on one side and the D&D roleplaying game on the reverse side. If you wish to play the skirmish game, you will need access to one copy of the D&D Entry Pack which is also availible through Amazon. Since the expansion pack has no rules for the game, I will concentrate this review on the quality of the figures.
Are they perfect? Not in the least. I agree with some points from a review written by the reader in Florida. (The one who thinks I sound like a company plant.) There are sections of the figures which have not been fully painted. My Umber Hulk figure (a Rare) has what looks to be a half centemeter light brown spot which is probably caused by a drip from an overloaded paint brush. You'll have figures without the eyes painted. Many of the sculptures pale when next to the majority of quality metal figures on the market.
There are other options to these miniatures. There is a company that have small sets of 5 prepainted non-random metal figures which are much better than these D&D figures, but they also cost $25 for a set of 5. A typical unpainted metal figure will cost on the order of $3, with some of the larger figures around $5. Games Workshop puts out several sets of plastic figures which are unpainted but a similar price. At first glance, the Mage Knight prepainted figures look to be of higher quality, but once you take into account that they're a larger scale (35 mm tall as opposed to the more historical 25-28mm D&D Miniature scale) the overall quality is about the same. There are plenty of options availible for those people who wish to pay more money.
That's the key point to my review for this product. At $1.25 a miniature, the number one advantage is that these miniatures are cheap and you need to spend no time painting them. These figures are not works of art and shouldn't be viewed as so. They're tokens for a game. Some are absolutely delightful, like the tiny common Kobold figure. Some figures are horrible; the rare elf called the Arcane Archer looks like it was painted with a cotton swab. (I feel that the elves are a general weakness in this line.)
Would I like a higher quality? Sure, but it would drive the cost up. I can understand how people might not like these figures -- they're the ramen noodles of the miniature world: cheap, usually bland, but they get the job done. Considering the inexpensive price and the time saved by not needing to paint hordes of miniatures, I highly recommend these figures, and I look forward to the future sets.
15 von 16 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x94f4ed5c) von 5 Sternen Great game, variable quality miniatures 21. Oktober 2003
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The D&D miniatures game is a lot of fun to play-- all the excitement of a simplified D&D without any prep time. You will need to buy at least one "Entry Pack" to play. This expansion pack just gives you more miniatures. It takes a few expansion packs (~4) to really have a good set to choose from. Commanders, a fairly important type of piece are a little too rare for my tastes.
The miniatures themselves are so-so. I understand they have to be plastic to make the product affordable, but that was tough for this "real" miniature-lover to accept. They must truly be hand-painted, because the paint jobs on similar pieces varies quite a bit.
If you want quality miniatures, buy metal (no longer lead) and paint them yourself. If you want a fun new D&D product, or aren't picky about your miniatures, then this is for you.
8 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x94f4eca8) von 5 Sternen Uneven, but worth the ticket price ... 1. Dezember 2003
Von Jeff Wilder - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Having read the many mixed reviews of the new D&D miniatures, it was with some hesitation that I took the plunge and bought a few packs. Like those reviewers whom I found most convincing, I think the miniatures, while flawed, are a good value for the money spent.
As others have said, quality of painting and sculpting varies wildly from figure to figure. Most of them -- say, 70 to 75 percent -- stack up pretty well against the typical amateur's paint job. A few -- 20 percent -- are noticeably better, and a very few -- 5 to 10 percent (Axe Sister, anyone?) -- are horrendous.
Here's the short version:
If you like painting your own figures, and have the time to do so in the numbers a typical D&D game requires, these probably aren't for you. But if you'd like to assemble and use anywhere from a dozen to a couple hundred colorful models, sized and sculpted specifically for D&D ... the D&D miniatures are worth your $1.25 each.
10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x94f4ff30) von 5 Sternen Harbinger Expansion Pack 3. März 2004
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
The Harbinger and Dragon Eye expansions are a great way of accumulating miniatures for your roleplaying enjoyment. Don't expect any professional paint jobs using dry brush and ink techniques, and you'll be well pleased. For the price, this is the way to go to quickly enjoy miniatures battles.
For those that enjoy customizing/painting miniatures, these provide a suitable paint foundation to expand upon. Rather than having to start from the ground up as you would w/typical miniatures you buy for $5 a pop, you can quickly improve upon the look of the miniature through your own drybrush and inking techniques straight out of the box. Add ground cover and you've got a professional looking miniature that closely rivals lead-based.
Another advantage of using plastic miniatures is their ability to withstand being tossed around more during battle, or in storage. Paint on lead-based miniatures tend to chip more often due to their shear weight and inflexibility when colliding with other miniatures or objects.
The drawback w/plastic is that many long swords on these miniatures look more like melted taffy than strong and dangerous instruments of destruction.
Have fun!
7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x94f586e4) von 5 Sternen Good Value for the Price 25. November 2003
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I picked up a few of these to check them out. I have played with minis for over 20 years. Most of my minis are metal figures I picked up over 20 years ago - I have about 150 of them. And in all that time I've only managed to paint about 30-40 of them. I do enjoy painting them and I think they are very good figures. They also cost me 3-8 dollars each and required an investment in paint, brushes, and a lot of time just to get a handful of them painted. Contrast that to a price of $1.25-$1.00 each (or less, there are places where you can get them cheaper than that) and it becomes obvious what the value of these figures are. Are they lower quality than a painted metal figure. Of course. That is a ridiculous comparison, because they cost so much less. If you want a collection of 100 orcs, all painted, in metal, you are welcome to spend $500 to do so, and take a year off of work to paint them. For me, I'm happy to still paint those figures that I have (and pick up other singles that I really like) and I'll use the cheap, painted, plastic ones as more than adequate figures for a supporting role my game.
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