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    Adventurers: Elves $2.90
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    Adventurers: Elves
    Publisher: Reivaj Minis
    by Todor P. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 03/12/2016 00:03:17

    Excellent set of minis and fitting perfectly for the RPG system I use.

    I'm using the Dungeonslayers rulebook and it uses just Humans, Elves and Dwarves. Reivaj's minis cover those three races AND do all the class combinations that exist in Dungeonslayers, which is a very fortunate coincidence. Very happy with my purchase!



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    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Adventurers: Elves
    Publisher: Reivaj Minis
    by David W. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 04/22/2013 16:33:24

    Reivaj Mini's figures have unique drawing style that you can easily recognize. That is a great gift in the world of hand-drawn figures.

    I was not only IMPRESSED with the figures, but blown away by some of them. My personal favorites are the clerics (both male and female), the warriors (both), but the one that really grabbed me was the female archer. The pose is the only one I have see that doesn't leave the bow "floating in the wind" of create a huge white triangle.

    I determined it was a great set, and then I realized I had over-looked one small detail... it has LAYERS that allows you to alter the figures' colors! I really like that the set doesn't have a red layer, green layer, and so forth... that is fine if you are building an entire army, but these are designed to be individual figures, so the color choices are brilliant.

    I can't recommend these enough. The BEST Reivaj set by far.



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    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Adventurers: Elves
    Publisher: Reivaj Minis
    by Tiago H. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 04/14/2013 20:50:50

    These miniatures are amazing.

    I think I have every set from Reivaj, and this one just shows that he keeps improving his skills with every set. The miniatures, a whole party of elves, in male and female versions, are the best of this kind of product. The poses are dynamic and dramatic. You can feel the tension in the stride of the male elf warrior, the determination in the stance the male elf paladin, the voice of command in the posture of the female elf mage, every figure convey feeling and action appropriated to a adventurers deep in a dungeon, or in furious struggle.

    Just the perfect complement for the Adventurer: Humans set. Maybe a Adventurers: Dwarfs set would be a nice follow to this one?



    Rating:
    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Adventurers: Elves
    Publisher: Reivaj Minis
    by Daniel N. [Verified Purchaser]
    Date Added: 04/14/2013 13:05:58

    I waited a long time for this set!!. Thanks!!. After purchasing the set of human adventurers (the best) i waited for a set of elves becuase it is my favorite race to play. Beautiful minis, and great to use as characters in your RPG game or for any wargame. Other big news is the color schemes option that let you chose the color of the clothes of the character. Precise assembly instructions. Two different textures for bases. A 5 or 6 stars product!!.



    Rating:
    [5 of 5 Stars!]
    Adventurers: Elves
    Publisher: Reivaj Minis
    by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
    Date Added: 04/14/2013 12:17:20

    This is a selection of stylish 'flat' 2-sided paper miniatures of Elf Adventurers. They have an assortment of weapons, some armour and some flowing robes. They are labelled Warrior, Cleric, Archer, Rogue, Wizard... etc. but these are not hard and fast designations: you may decide that the 'paladin' is a fighter with decent armour, sword and shield; or that a 'Wizard' is actually a druid or a cleric.

    What is quite fun is that the layers tool of PDF technology has been used to allow you to play around with the colour-schemes. It's a bit hit-and-miss, but if you play around long enough you will find out which settings suit your needs.

    Detailed and clear instructions are given on assembling the figures and their bases (again, you can change what those look like by fiddling with the layers). It might have helped if the English language instructions were printed in a colour that gave more contrast with the background, but the Spanish and pictures enabled me to figure it out all right!

    If you have an elf character and want a paper mini for him or her, this is worth a look...



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