Beware of Poisonous Bears!
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First of all, let us wish you a Merry Christmas! We nearly forgot about that due to all the work we are currently dealing with...

As promised, we will show you some new model images during the next week and let's start with the Banebrood Ursapine!

This is really a huge monster miniature measuring 70mm from head to toe with a weight of over 400 gramms!

The Ursapine is a deadly mixture between a bear and a porcupine. It can curl to a deadly ball and destroy everything in its way but may also shoot its poisonous pines on its back.

The release date will be at the beginning of January, together with the Stormbow Beasthunter of the Wyldfolk of Annyr.

Here you can see a 360° image of the Ursapine.
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#2

Quoting Elvis: "Just wanna be your teddy bear." Wink

Nice model. Doesn't look that dangerous to me, but I'm fine with that.

Michael

Godslayer in Kaiserslautern - if you want to play in KL please contact me here or join our Forum
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#3

I like the look of it Smile
But it`s true, it doesn`t look very dangerous to me.

What is the opinion of the Banebrood-Players?
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#4

HAPPY!
Not so dangerous, but i like the miniaturen.

Shadowlords
Mitglieder und Partnerclubs in der Schweiz, Deutschland & Österreich
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#5

Hmm I like it but I'm missing some Banebroodness in the miniature... Time for some conversions Wink
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#6

Probably long fangs from the bottom of his mouth? Longer claws?
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(12-25-2012, 11:34 PM)Christian Wrote:  Probably long fangs from the bottom of his mouth? Longer claws?

I think the main problem is the upright position. It looks a bit like a dancing bear in the circus. A bear with a lot of pines on his back wouldn't expose his soft underbelly while attacking. So it doesnot look like a threatening position to me. The model is beautifully sculpted only its pose is a bit to cute. Wink

Michael

Godslayer in Kaiserslautern - if you want to play in KL please contact me here or join our Forum
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(12-25-2012, 11:34 PM)Christian Wrote:  Probably long fangs from the bottom of his mouth? Longer claws?

Sounds good. Maybe a body which hangs from his spine (or bodyparts)? Ok, a bit cheesy Wink

The Illustration looks a lot more ferocious, IMO it's a result of the lower stance and the upstanding pines.

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#9

Not as menancing as I thought it would Smile Now it just looks like a teddy bear that wants a hug. Sweet model, though
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#10

Well...some punky colors for the spikes, and a freehand on the bare belly...
"Glücksbärchis" is what's coming to my mind first here...but hey, not every mutation can be terrifying in the first place, huh? At least the opponent will stop lauphing seeing it in action - and if not, then when you threaten to throw the beast at him with full force! ;-)
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