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    My daughter likes Pathfinder characters for which there may be no miniatures. I thought that her middle-eastern female with a scimitar and rifle was hard, but THIS?

    - Female
    - Halfling
    - Barbarian
    - Armed with a Nodachi (long-handled Japanese greatsword)

    Some modification seems inevitable, but I'm looking for the best starting place. Is there some company that does 15 mm or 20 mm minis that has a decent barbaric-looking female? I expect that a human-sized mini in that scale will do fine as a halfling among 28 mm minis.

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    Hasslefree?

    http://www.coolminiornot.com/shop/mi...ng-helmet.html

    I know it's a dwarf but I'm pretty sure she could pass for an halfling quite easily.

    HTH

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    Here is a mini I painted for a speed paint. It says Dwarf, but I thought it was a Halfling.

    http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStor...n/latest/03108

    Hope that helps.

    Derek

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    I actually used Hasslefree's Haela for my daughter's dwarf priestess. She is a cool mini.

    Thanks for the Copplestone "Frazetta" barbarians suggestion: While my daughter wouldn't normally want a mini in a "chainmail bikini", those barbarians look just right for her barbaric halfling.
    Last edited by Sir Wulf; 12-14-2012 at 08:44 PM.

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    That second from left on the top row looks like could be clothed rather easily, to better suit daughterly tastes. My own went through about 100 minis before finding "one without stupid clothes".
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    Those Copplestone Casting minis were given the daughterly seal of approval, but my FLGS can't seem to get them. CMON doesn't seem to have them, either. Any suggestions for a stateside supplier? The prospect of ordering from overseas sounds pricey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wulf View Post
    Those Copplestone Casting minis were given the daughterly seal of approval, but my FLGS can't seem to get them. CMON doesn't seem to have them, either. Any suggestions for a stateside supplier? The prospect of ordering from overseas sounds pricey...
    If its the postage then there are several people with good reputations on CMON who can help with local (ie same country purchases) and non commercial postage.
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    It's always worth checking out what overseas postage actually is.

    Hasslefree, for example, charges actual postage rates -- by the gram. Since minis are so small, you can get quite a reasonable number shipped from the UK to the US for (does a quick mental conversion of pounds to dollars) maybe seven or eight dollars. I think their lowest shipping rate is about $5. And they are pretty quick about it. My packages from them have arrived in just over a week, mostly.

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