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Scott Arnone
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Hey all! I was just curious if anyone out there had some Malifaux minis to compare to SoB for the sake of proxies and new monsters and such. I figured there'd have been some out there already, as the themes are so similar, but my googling didn't seem to turn up anything useful!
 
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Jon Dennis
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I use Perdita for my outlaw, she fits in fine. Just a little tall, but not noticeable. I would say SoB models are about the size of the of metal death marshalls
 
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steve hitchcock

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ive seen couple people using perdita in place of the outlaw,,,beside being a much better model, it works perfectly,,, :-)
 
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Is malifaux range only in metal? Only links I've found sell metal models.
 
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Scott Arnone
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DeathJester23 wrote:
Is malifaux range only in metal? Only links I've found sell metal models.


That was the old line. The new 2.0 stuff is plastic.
 
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Adam Sutphen
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The 2.0 line is a lot less western and more horror fantasy than the 1.0 line tho.

We have been using the 1.0 Colette to replace the saloon girl.
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Roger Wingate
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As others have said, Malifaux plastics (I don't have any of the metals) are slightly taller and "beefier" in proportion but fit in just fine. As others have said, Perdita's a good fit (I use her for the bandida) other characters I've used:

Guild Pathfinder for Indian Scout (has a mountain man vibe)
Guild Guards (Lawmen, gunslingers)

 
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