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#251 Sat, Aug26 2017 12:36am

mindx2
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I absolutely love the Deadman as he is amazingly close to how I imagined him when I put forth the suggestion!

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#252 Sat, Aug26 2017 1:13am

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I agree, I really like the deadman too, I'd like to have many of them to build an army of undead smile


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#253 Sat, Aug26 2017 8:58am

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

He is an excellent figure - the best Mithril 'Man of Dunharrow' thus far.


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#254 Sat, Aug26 2017 11:08am

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Halbarad II wrote:

"nothing special? !!! "

Are you serious?

Sorry, but in my opinion that is quite unfair to say.
The horse is beautifully sculpted, and the rider fits perfectly in all the Rohan line.

There is a good man in our rows waiting (and many others surely also, including me) over 2 years! for this release,
and then it is rated "nothing special"  OMG

Is that the result of the long waiting time?
how odd

To the Halbarad the second:

Keep calm and stay cool and drink scrumpy.... that's all what can I say on this post... hmmcool Cheers !

Last edited by Thingol (Sat, Aug26 2017 11:10am)


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#255 Sat, Aug26 2017 11:14am

Thingol
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I'm completely agree about the new Deadman of Dunharrow... awesome figure... I hope one day MIthril will release army of dead as a regular M range of figures...


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#256 Sat, Aug26 2017 11:20am

Barliman
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Thingol wrote:

I hope one day MIthril will release army of dead as a regular M range of figures...

Hear hear!


"A worthy man, but his memory is like a lumber-room: thing wanted always buried."

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#257 Sat, Aug26 2017 12:45pm

ddaines
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I like both, and certainly echo the comments about the 'dead-man' being both a very nice figure and needing more of 'em! Re Harry's comment about his footwear, I guess shuffling around for as many years as the Dead have been then it would have taken a harder toll on the 'leather' wink.

Re Elfhelm, not sure how far the artistic design can be taken to make these figures more 'special', but I guess that to maintain the CT style then some of the extra detail that the MZ process could realise has to be avoided.

I have said before that while in general, CT has replicated some amazingly intricate details on his figures, horses and other 'creatures' have generally lacked some of this 'extra' detail. The horses imho can look quite basic at times (and don't get me started about that damn wedge of metal between reins and horses neck lol ).

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#258 Wed, Sep20 2017 10:54am

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Just created new MZ635 & MZ639 in database. About pillars, I wonder how many are usefull to make a proper Isengard diorama ? roll


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#259 Wed, Sep20 2017 11:07am

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I've just been wondering that myself. I suppose there would have been at least one on each road that approached Isengard and at each junction, though it's anyone guess how many that might have been! Personally I shall buy two.


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#260 Wed, Sep20 2017 1:39pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Barliman wrote:

I've just been wondering that myself. I suppose there would have been at least one on each road that approached Isengard and at each junction, though it's anyone guess how many that might have been! Personally I shall buy two.

I like what has been produced - I was imagining some form of large carved hand similar in design to the Isengard shield emblems with a pointing finger, but what has been produced has an elegance to it I like while retaining a look of slight menace (and in the style of Thror's map illustration). As to how many....?

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#261 Wed, Sep20 2017 5:01pm

Thingol
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Milo wrote:

Just created new MZ635 & MZ639 in database. About pillars, I wonder how many are usefull to make a proper Isengard diorama ? roll

For the price of 3,00 Euros each.... I think 15 pillars is enough lol


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#262 Wed, Sep20 2017 6:06pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I'm curious about the actual size (i.e. height) of the pillar.

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#263 Thu, Oct5 2017 9:10pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

It's been very quiet in here for quite a while. I don't think my profits for the year are going to be considerable!


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#264 Thu, Oct5 2017 11:23pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

... huom ... that Prancing Pony you here refer to Master Barliman? ... so better go to the tabroom where I in between wiped the floor cleaned the bar ... huom ... caught spiders in masses ... huom ... well it always has been my job whenever you were absent ... huomtooodommm

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#265 Thu, Oct5 2017 11:37pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Everywhere was so quiet that I seem to have wandered through the wrong door in error. My apologies for not noticing the grand job you've done of keeping the Taproom looking tidy, Master Tree. But who made it untidy in the first place? No one has been in the place for an Age - well, a few weeks anyway.

I shall toddle off back there now and see if Nob has put a hot-water bottle in my bed. Autumn certainly seems to have arrived in Bree!


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#266 Sat, Oct14 2017 7:24pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Master Barliman, before you go bankrupt in this very quiet season.....
Free scrumpy for everyone!
of course free watery yellowy something for the Ent!big_smile
Cheers everyone!tongue


Where there is a will there is a way, just as there are no problems, only solutions! Guess it depends on ones own perspective of the matter at that time big_smile

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#267 Sat, Oct14 2017 7:28pm

hsf62
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Oh, before I forget..... here a purse with the coiny things you like so much Master Barliman!wink


Where there is a will there is a way, just as there are no problems, only solutions! Guess it depends on ones own perspective of the matter at that time big_smile

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#268 Sat, Oct14 2017 8:04pm

Barliman
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Very generous, Master Caster. Though I doubt that my absent patrons will appreciate it. I may have to drink their pints myself.


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#269 Sat, Oct14 2017 11:32pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

hsf62 wrote:

Master Barliman, before you go bankrupt in this very quiet season.....
Free scrumpy for everyone!
of course free watery yellowy something for the Ent!big_smile
Cheers everyone!tongue

Cheers Holger wink

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#270 Sun, Oct15 2017 11:19am

Theobald
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

.... once again the wrong place here ... huooommmm ...

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#271 Sun, Oct15 2017 1:06pm

Barliman
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

I was getting lonely in the taproom.


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#272 Thu, Nov2 2017 3:20pm

Thingol
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.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#273 Thu, Nov2 2017 8:46pm

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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

Thingol wrote:

http://www.mithril.ie/join-mithril-gold-status-fellowship-club-c2x24483499

MZ647

Interesting wink

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#274 Thu, Nov2 2017 8:59pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

very interesting indeed, I hope it will be included in autoshipment... also I really like the Gildor, I ordered 2 smile


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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#275 Thu, Nov2 2017 9:28pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: Mithril and the Fellowships Chronology

by the way, Luthien by hitting an 8th winning suggestion becomes one of the best suggesters around... of cours Harald Wolf is unreachable with 19 winning suggestions smile


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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