Post by Michael O'Brien on Sept 22, 2006 8:47:36 GMT
"Thank you once again for this new batch of suggestions. We have to be fairly strict at the moment in regard to what we count as a single figure, and therefore I have had to exclude the Mounted Galadriel (much as I would love to make this figure!) the mouth of Sauron ( who would also need a horse) and Bombur who , in my opinion should have some furniture and a couple of attaendants to really do him justice.Nonetheless , there still remains a great selection to choose from; the beaten and embittered Sharkey wending his way north, the Elf lord in battle-gear ( a silmarillion subject without the name!) and the female vampire of Sauron , to mention just three." by Chris Tubb I think all our fans will be satisfied at the list of 14 options to vote for. Remember one vote per member for this round of voting. You can add your personal comment why you voted for that option as well. Vote ends September 28th at 16.00 GMT. Vote for your favourite. On the 28th I will start a second vote on the 3 or 4 most popular suggestions. This will allow you to vote again to decide on the final winner. Remember you can always resubmit an idea another month to try again.
Mmnnn, difficult. I would like to see a couple of these on the bench. I still feel the Lossoth could be better as a more than one piece set as would Sharkey (with Worm) and I do want to see a dedicated Beregond.
So this round at least my vote goes for the chap in the Citadel Guard; after all we have his son Bergil and Pippin, why not Beregond.
I don't think that the Lossoth Hunter would be allowed a sled this month, as it is a strict single character month. But I hope that snow-shoes would be acceptable, along with all of the other Lossoth gear.
I'm torn between several of this month's suggestions - I especially like the Vampire, Beregond, and good old Lossie. But since these all seem likely to make round two without any help from me, I've opted to vote for Sharkey!
"A worthy man, but his memory is like a lumber-room: thing wanted always buried."