using LOTR and Warhammer miniatures for D&D

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  1. SunBane

    SunBane New Member

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    I'm setting up a big D&D campaign and I want to use a whole lot of miniatures for the fights. The only problem is that D&D miniatures come randomly packaged and they dont make all of the creatures I need. So, I'm mostly getting LOTR and Warhammer miniatures, but I can't seem to find any dragons without riders or any sea creatures. Also, I need a frost worm and a vampire lord. Any suggestions to my situation?
     
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    Meteorain Magical & Mystical

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    You can buy Warhammer Fantasy dragons. When assembling, you have to stick on the guy seperately I do believe. If not, then you can just cut off the rider and file down the rest. Filing is amazing, you can get rid of so much rubbish :O

    Warhammer Fantasy also have Vampire Lords. If I remember correctly, there is a model speicifically called that. Well atleast there is an army called Vampire Counts. So yea, their gonna have a super vampire guy :p
     
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    Matthias_Thulmann Archmage of the Elves

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    Go for any of the Von carstien vamps for generic D&D vamps but if it is a warrior type in masses of armour a blood dragon, for female ones use lamians with a bit of modeling
     
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