I received "Castle Branzoll" in the mail yesterday, and it is tiny -- way too small to use with 25mm miniatures, maybe even too small for Lego pips. In the old days, before we had miniatures, some of us used single Lego pips as character miniatures, and they worked surprisingly well for a 1" = 10' scale. In some ways I still miss that scale, as it doubles the scale you normally work with using 25mm miniatures (roughly 1" = 5') as well as allowing figures to be set up at longer distances for missile fire and spells... It also works better with the surprise and encounter distances given in the DMG. That makes me wonder what they used for miniatures back in the days of 1" = 10' scale... Anyway, "Castle Branzoll" reminds me a lot of those plastic models from the 70's that you had to glue together. There are lots of little plastic pieces, so here is a nice little project for me to work on during self-quarantine.
Last Edit: Mar 24, 2020 12:04:16 GMT -5 by GRWelsh
Post by geneweigel on Mar 25, 2020 12:20:08 GMT -5
Heh, I remember a few 15mm figures I had went missing. Do they even make those anymore?
I remember the Buck Rogers playset that I had with a big UFO-looking starship had 10mm sized figures. The Twiki was super small. I think the Spiderman Web Fluid figure that I had was about 10mm as well.