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Tarquinn
25-08-2006, 21:08
The one with the miniature cloaked skeleton on a stick and the bag of mushrooms.

I looked into the online store, but I cannot find it.

Anyone knows when it will be released? Or is it a conversion? :confused:

Chuffy
25-08-2006, 21:21
It's a plastic one in Battle for Skull Pass.

Tarquinn
25-08-2006, 21:28
Thanks alot! :)

Dammit.

Melchor
25-08-2006, 21:29
Another reason the get the box... ;)

squiggoth
26-08-2006, 01:09
... Or you can buy this guy's 4th edition twin brother, with tiny skeleton on a stick and a kettle with mushrooms. ;)
Butt-ugly sculpt though ..... Even Jakob Nielsen's paint job can't really save it. :(

http://www.jrn-works.dk/gallery/GWorcGob/NightGobShaman/1.jpg

EvC
26-08-2006, 16:55
Plus good luck on fitting that model into a unit... might just about get away with it since new Night Goblins are quite tiny, I guess.

Sandlemad
26-08-2006, 21:51
... Or you can buy this guy's 4th edition twin brother, with tiny skeleton on a stick and a kettle with mushrooms. ;)
Butt-ugly sculpt though ..... Even Jakob Nielsen's paint job can't really save it. :(

No way man, this model is beautiful, as only a gobbo can be.
It has that "character" stuff the nostalgic and senile are always going on about.
Heh, the little pot of shrooms, the comically creepy staff, the funny little sickle, the moon-ringed breastplate, the manically sinister grin...:)

This is the kind of model that allows some giant hands syndrome (GHS).

RobC
26-08-2006, 22:02
I'm with Sandlemad on this one. Kev Adam's goblins are, for me, the definitive goblins. Everything else (especially Brian Nelson's stuff) smacks of heavy caricature.

sigur
27-08-2006, 11:16
I also like that guy much. The staff is ace but this shaman has the thing almost all Goblins are incomplete without: The worrying mix of a cheerful and an evil grin.

Alathir
27-08-2006, 11:20
Awesome model, that's a great staff he's got.

The Judge
27-08-2006, 13:33
I like that miniature - cheers for reminding me of the excellent 5th Edition goblins!