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#48859
Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
In my search for dead guy miniatures, I happened across this.

www.frpgames.com/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=49025#.UPXPCGt5mSM

Dragonblood Miniatures' "Mosasaur of the Inner Sea" sculpted for 28mm scale. I think this would look fantastic on top of some Open Water tiles, threatening a ship or a band of PCs in boats and rafts.

Does anyone else have a good rising-from-the-depths miniature that would go well with DF water/lake pieces?
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#48894
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
There is the "swamp creature" from Grendel.

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#48895
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
There is also the "sea monster" from Kobblestone Miniatures.

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#48943
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
All three are great!
I want all three. Now added to my ebay "Painted" figures watch list!

I will try and dig out the dozen or so painted figures that work well with this set I already have and add to this post when I do.
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#48945
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
If you are in the mood for some DIY:

Tentacles

BIG TENTACLES
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#48997
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
I can't think of any other "rising from the depths" miniatures off the top of my head other than the ones mentioned above, but I can offer some deep water denizens poised in a natural submerged way if you are interested?
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#49003
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Why not?

Post away, Zargon, and anybody else who has "submerged" miniatures to share/recommend.
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#49013
Re:Sea Monster for Cavernous Lake 1 Year, 8 Months ago  
Sure,
I really like that Mosasaur by the way... It's really neat.

My favorite is the up and coming Aboleth from the Midgard Kickstarter:



(as it may well be known wizards did a pre-painted plastic one too at one time, but I'm not too sure it would meet your tastes, so I'll just mention it in passing www.trollandtoad.com/pd2575773.html.)

Reaper has a similar model called a Goroloth here www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/squid/sku-down/03230 of course they also have an assortment of other aquatic miniatures as well.

They also did a lovely Kraken but it's oop due to a limited run of 250, so that'll be a tricky find.

These might make for an interesting twist in your game: They are from wargamesfoundry.com

Well, that's a few items for thought at least. Hopefully you'll find something that you like in your search! :)
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