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Cliff Holm
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Does anyone know what scale was used on the BattleLore miniatures?
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CliffordHolm wrote:
Does anyone know what scale was used on the BattleLore miniatures?


See:

What size are the Miniatures?

A few questions before buying

I'm in the 18-20mm scale camp.

Human Battlelore archer compared to a 1/72 skel and orc

Human Battlelore archer compared to a 1/72 elves

Human Battlelore swordsman compared to a 1/72 skel and orc

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It was debatable, but alot of the 18mm/20mm stuff works well with it.
The style is more cartoony than any other miniature line though, so it doesn't always work despite scale.

The Bob Olley sculpts from Splintered Light Miniatures work really well (dwarfs and goblins especially).

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Ben.
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Thank you!
For all the information, suggestions on which sets to buy, and for quickly responding too.
Very helpful.
 
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Hello My Eye / Earache,
Do you know the brand of the minis shown in the photos you've shared?
Thank you,
Cliff
 
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They're all from the Caesar Miniatures:

F101 Dwarves
F102 Elves
F103 Undead
F104 Adventurers
F105 Goblins
F106 Orcs Warriors
F107 Lizardmen
F108 Ratmen
F109 Orc Warriors (Set 2)


The Ratmen and Lizardmen are fairly new. They've rekindled my interest in this long-dormant project.
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I've got the Elves and the Undead, and had a few ideas about Race rules, but I'd be keen to see any you have that relate to these 2 sets.

Figure height chart
http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/ShowFeature.aspx?id=39
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These Pig-faced Orcs have caught my eye.
I like the old-school nostalgia vibe.

(From Splintered Light Miniatures)
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I'm not familiar with the scale of those figures, but i know they aren't bulky like the original figures.



Here's some of the figures I've used from them. They scale well and they are really beautiful for their size.
 
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You've painted the frog men and ferrets very well. I'm impressed.
 
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I got some minis in the mail and wanted to share.


First Skeleton Bowmen from Splintered Light minis.
The one pose with the helmet looks perfect the other looks like the little kid brother tagging along.



The skeleton swordmen look good.


It seems like the scale matches for the pig-face Orcs too.



These Elf Archers from Eureka Miniatures USA seem too big.
If I use them I might have to skip the base. The left side Elf that doesn't have a base is the same height as the human.
 
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I would say that Elves are normally also taller than humans.
 
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