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#1 Wed, Jun14 2017 7:02pm

Barliman
The famous Innkeeper
From: Bree
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
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BA1 Barbarian chieftain

I've never collected The Man's "PAM" figures, so can someone tell me how tall the BA1 Barbarian chieftain figure is (to the top of his head)? Ta.


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#2 Fri, Jun16 2017 4:20pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
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Re: BA1 Barbarian chieftain

I have one at home, I will provide pics here when I have spare time.


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#3 Fri, Jun16 2017 5:01pm

Barliman
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Re: BA1 Barbarian chieftain

Thank you, Master Hobbit, I can always depend on you.


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#4 Fri, Jun16 2017 6:35pm

Theobald
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From: the Osning in Germany
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Re: BA1 Barbarian chieftain

Well, I also have never collected or bought those PA figures the Man sculpted. Definitely those few re-sculpted figures he released with Phaeton Design were of higher quality than the original PA figures. Among the re-sculpted figures there also is a Barbarian, as you might know, Master Barliman.

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#5 Fri, Jun16 2017 6:46pm

Barliman
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From: Bree
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Re: BA1 Barbarian chieftain

Well I do "know", Master Tree, but I confess I had completely forgotten ("memory like a lumber-room" etc...). I shall have to take a look at the Phaeton figures again. In the meantime I'm specifically interested in the old BA1 figure as a potential officer for a regiment I'm assembling - assuming he's tall enough.


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