Real customer reviews - Average rating: 3.8 Stars
5 Stars By JustLu on 2015-07-29
These are great for D&D!
I played with my group and uses these guys in our session it was a hit and a success. Also I painted mine which made them cooler so yup I'm very happy with my buy.
5 Stars By B. Laue on 2011-01-27
Fantastic fantasy figures for gaming!...
I measured these figures: each one is approximately 2-1/8" tall, +/- 1/16". I received four Archers, and five of every other pose, except for the long sword, which had six figures (Spearmen, Flailmen, Falchionmen, and Double Axemen). I plan on painting them for use as Giant Skeletons for my BattleSystem fantasy tabletop war games. They are also suitable for D&D RPG games. As for painting, I plan on using craft paints to cover the parts which are not bone, then applying the Dip (Minwax's Polyurethane Stain, darkest color I can get...), then matte coating them. The level of detail is OK, but they are not equal to metal/resin miniatures intended for gaming -- and they did not cost the same as true miniatures, either! With S/H, these cost me around $0.33 per figure! Metal/resin miniatures tend to run around $2-$5 per figure, plus S/H... Cheers!
5 Stars By Rory McCormick on 2016-12-19
Amazing quality for the price.
I have been looking for cheap miniatures to find for Tabletop games, and these are great.
They are about the size of a typical plastic Army Man (good miniature size), and just barely fit in a standard 1x1 battlegrid square. Their bases are pretty thin, but the mini's themselves are surprisingly stable.
The seller image makes the coloration look bright yellow, but they are actually a very light pastel yellow. It gives them a very bone-like color that I like a lot.
There are many distinct models in this pack, all of which are very detailed.
I would highly recommend this pack to anyone looking for bulk skeleton miniatures.
By Mike C
on 2015-12-24 Cool little toy.
They are plastic skeletons about the size of typical plastic green army men. I was actually surprised with the amount of detail in them. They go well with the knight set BTA-MALL recommended with them. Toysmith 36-Piece Guardian Knights Action Figure Set
I was planning to use them for table top gaming as a cheap alternative to miniatures. My nephew has assimilated them to his collection of toys, and they are currently being chopped to bits by little Jedis and dinosaurs.
5 Stars By BTA-MALL Customer on 2015-01-20
Just what Dad the Dungeon Master ordered!
These are a real bargain for the price. They're very detailed, and the relief is pretty deep for good shadow lines. Plus, they're "bone" colored, so you can use them as-is, or if you prefer, easily paint them.
They're at the same scale as the classic green plastic "army men" soldiers: human-sized at 1/32 scale/54 mm, which makes each figure about 2-1/4" tall. Or use them as giants in smaller scales.
Whether used as game pieces or just playing on the floor with the kids, they work in multiple genres and scenarios, too - pirates, Graeco-Roman myth, classic fantasy, urban fantasy, zombie apocalypse.
4 Stars By Mitch DeAngelis on 2016-06-24
Great Large Skeletons for Tabletop
These make great large sized skeletons for your tabletop games, to a degree. First, there is a disproportionate amount of skeletons to each other. I got an overabundance of archers and spearmen, whereas the flail and sword wielding skeletons I only got one or two. Also, for many of them, their armor looks fitted and new, so they don't look good if they're meant to be long dead and buried in a musty tomb. However, if you need large sized skeletons, these seem to be very commonplace sculpts, found in pirate sets, fantasy sets and on their own. Buying them on their own is the best option, as often times the knights and pirates are too big to be used with 28mm scale miniatures.
3 Stars By Dylan Baumann on 2017-09-13
Larger than expected, wobbly base, but they work!
Huuuuuuuge figurines, the bases are about 1.5" by .5" which makes them a bit large for most table-top RPGs, but they work great if you're fighting "big skeletons". They're a bit unstable, but i rebased them onto 1"x1" bases and they were fine.
3 Stars By Joe on 2017-04-03
These are not good miniatures if you want to use them for mini ...
These are not good miniatures if you want to use them for mini combat like dungeons and dragons or the like (unless you've got... giant skeletons?). That said, they seem perfectly adequate if you're looking for an assortment of little skeleton warriors, ala army men.
5 Stars By DR DEADPOOL on 2017-07-29
Awesome set for painting
This reminds me of Ray Harrihausen and his skeletons from Jason and the Argonauts. It's a really cool. Highly recommend
5 Stars By Caroline on 2015-12-08
Great for DnD(D&D, Pathfinder, e5, Dungeons and Dragons)
These are going to be awesome for my DnD set. They are a little larger than your standard DnD mini but they should work great at a fraction of the price!