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I found that the plastic Heroes from LNoE are a little flimsy, so I replaced them with the heavier more sturdy ones from "When Darkness Comes".
 
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I think that's half the point though. FFP found a mixture that allows for highly flexible yet detailed pieces. Usually it's one or the other in miniature gaming. With the LNoE pieces, you can accidentally step on a piece and not break a sweat because it will pop right back into its original shape.

Anyhow, I'm always on the look out for other 28-29mm pieces that we can use in our game. Thanks!
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Do they bear even thye slightest resemblance to the LNoE characters though?
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Wulf Corbett wrote:
Do they bear even thye slightest resemblance to the LNoE characters though?


Barely, personally don't like the art style; look cartoony and proportions are off.

 
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Nah, I'll stick with Jenny & Becky...
 
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