alas I don't think 54mm is still supported by Mithril... for technical reasons... packaging and also the price of metal...
If you consider that 32mm figurines currently cost the price of what the 54mm used to cost... It would not be a good deal to even produce 54mm in small quantities... (even the christmas figurines are no more 54mm...)
Even if I myself Love 54mm figurines
About suggestions and wish list, I'd like to point people to the suggestions and polls I organize on my MMP forum... so far we have had quite a lot of interesting suggestions and the vote is in progress...
there is no winner, no loser, the vote is only there to make "statistics" on what are the most desired suggestions (you are free to vote for as many suggestions as you want)
these polls will influencate Chris Tubb next productions eventually since this poll was HIS idea...
If you are not yet registered to the MMP forum, and want to participate, please do so you are free to join the MMP community the link : mithril.faerylands.eu category : MMP
"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill."(Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)
My 1st post, but I would like to see a range of Dunlendings. I know there are a few scattered throughout various ranges, but I would like a few more:-
Unarmoured Dunlending scout, mounted. Mailed Dunlending chieftain, mounted Armoured Dunlending bodyguard Dunlending hunter with a brace of pheasants/rabbits Unarmoured Dunlending archer Dunlending tribeswoman walking Dunlending tribeswoman fighting with spear & shield. Dunlending tribeswoman tending cauldron (could make these to 3 wise-women, teen, mature & crone for a possible group of witches ala MacBeth's "Witches of Cawdor"). Dunlending guard with captured Rohan woman & child Dunlending boy shepherd armed with sling or staff, and dog (mastiff or wolfhound). Dunlending drover with horse & cart. Unarmoured Dunlending champion armed with either a two-handed club or axe.
Gildor, thanks for your link. I tried to access the forums but unfortunately got the message "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage".
jackie: Hello everyone - I'm new here.
May 17, 2013 12:11:45 GMT
twrich: Welcome, Jackie! The website has recently been redesigned, and I'm not sure if most members know about the "Shoutbox." I hope you enjoy our crazy group!
May 18, 2013 19:05:34 GMT
Theobald: what exactly is a shout-box ?
May 18, 2013 23:21:59 GMT
ddaines: Haven't a clue, Master Tree, maybe an oportunity to make a quick announcement?!?
May 19, 2013 16:13:41 GMT
Theobald: Well, Master David, maybe you're right. Though ... to be honest, I tried to shout at that box several times within the last few days ... I couldn't even witness an echo. So, strange thing that is, as I never preferred to shout whenever I do try to speak. ;
May 20, 2013 12:46:00 GMT
Milo: I try with you master ent
May 20, 2013 15:14:45 GMT
barliman: Is a shoutbox anything like a swearbox? I mean, do I have to cough up money whenever I use the words "Games Workshop"?
May 23, 2013 18:29:46 GMT
Gildor: I think this shoutbox is a chatbox, it allows for those who are connected on the forum at the same time to chat in real time (provided they read the shoutbox)...
Aug 1, 2013 18:56:42 GMT
jami: Hello. I'm new here and I would like to know how I can take part in that new opportunity to get my face sculpted to a miniature? It says in email that I must tell my username to Michael O'Brien. It's jami
Aug 7, 2013 21:42:49 GMT
Michael O'Brien: Hi Jami, Are you a fellowship member? I don't see you on our accounts. If you are not then copy and paste this link: http://www.mithril.ie/PBSCCatalog.asp?CatID=1914170&BrandID=167465
Aug 9, 2013 12:02:46 GMT
linherdir: Hello all. I'm Jami . That other account (named jami) is my old account and I had forgotten that I had this new one (which is the one with fellowship membership). Sorry for the confusion, I was pretty lost myself since I haven't been very active till now
Aug 10, 2013 16:22:42 GMT
Michael O'Brien: Hi Linherdir, you should be able to access the thread and post your idea there.
Aug 12, 2013 12:31:49 GMT
rohangrl: Sigh, I have used a boringly real avatar to keep it simple- hope it's ok. I wanted to use colour but it came out wonky, my strawberry blonde hair looks purple.
Aug 16, 2013 13:02:16 GMT
Michael O'Brien: There is nothing wrong with a real photo. I used one for years, I only used a cartoon for the novelty of the new designer avatar option to show people what they could do.
Aug 20, 2013 10:11:54 GMT