Best action & toy figure playsets according to redditors

We found 383 Reddit comments discussing the best action & toy figure playsets. We ranked the 229 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Action & Toy Figure Playsets:

u/Not_Gene_Parmesan · 38 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

Yo! Just wanted to drop you this info because I LOVED it when I found it.


Bag O Zombies!


You get 100 of them. You can find them in glow in the dark form as well.


This is also neat looking, but I haven't gotten them.



Those look baller too.

u/Timothymark05 · 29 pointsr/dndnext

Fantasy Creatures Action Figure Playset - 90pc Monster Battle Toy Collection (Includes Dragons, Wizards, Orcs, and more) - Perfect for Roleplaying and D&D Gaming

Also there is this if you have 20$

Edit: Just a heads up. Others have noted that these are a bit larger than your typical minis and will not fit your average 1inch grid perfectly. Just something to consider.

u/kmrst · 21 pointsr/DnDGreentext
u/Extech · 19 pointsr/ActionFigures

What size and price range?

6": There's a new Marvel Legends coming out soon that looks pretty dope. Or if you're into more high-end 6" figures Mezco has a proto-type in the works.

7": Marvel Select Deadpool articulation isn't great, but it's cheap and displays well enough.

8": If you're into the Mego style this is your only option. Lot of accessory and display options.

10": These knock-off/un-official "Fire Toys" figures are interesting and fairly cheap. You can find reviews on Youtube and they're not that bad.

12": Hot Toys has a Movie figure and Sideshow has a Comic version. Both hella cool and hella expensive.

That's all I can really think of. If price isn't a problem, go 12" scale. If you're a Marve Legends collector and need something in scale just wait. And if you want a large stand alone figure, go Select or the Fire Toy.

u/mdclane · 15 pointsr/SquaredCircle

Here's your reason Ellering is in a cage

u/BrownSpud · 13 pointsr/GreenDawn

One thousand mercenaries available for a low price. Over.

u/infinitum3d · 11 pointsr/boardgames

Ok, don't laugh too hard at me, but I got this "bucket of monsters" really cheap, and you'd be surprised at how many will work for D&D, especially if you paint them. It's 100 monsters for, like $18 bucks American.

Edit: This is a "fantasy creatures" bucket for $23.

u/1D13 · 8 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

There are these bucket of figures that are great, and super cheap for how many you get.






And so on. Super cheap. Tons of figures, less than $20 for each set.

u/SandmanAlcatraz · 7 pointsr/DMAcademy

These tubes of minis are probably the best value: 90-100 minis for ~$20. They can give you a good base, and then you can purchase specific minis for more important characters (PCs, important NPCs, BBEGs, etc.)

Dwarves, Elves, Wizards, Orcs, Dragons, Unicorns, Skeletons, Fairies and Centaurs

Fiends, Flesh Golems (Frankenstein), Lizardfolk/Dragonborn (Godzilla), Mummies, Cyclops, Werewolves, Vampires, Zombies, Giant Spider, Giant Moths, Sahaugin (Creature from the Black Lagoon), gravestones

u/EditorialComplex · 7 pointsr/criticalrole
u/C_Zachero · 6 pointsr/DnD

You can find sets of minis online (example), or have each player buy their own mini, but I have a few alternative suggestions. If any of you has old legos, you can use those lego characters. Many board games have minis or "meeples" you can use too. I've seen people use soda bottle caps as well.

u/heykevo · 6 pointsr/DnD
u/Aerron · 6 pointsr/funny
u/ThockMcBeefstew · 5 pointsr/toys
u/Sponsored_content1 · 5 pointsr/minipainting
u/containedexcitment · 5 pointsr/answers

What about plastic animals? Something like this? There's different packs for sea creatures too...

u/DoYouWantToKnowMore · 5 pointsr/daddit

It’s called the Imaginext Ultra T Rex and it is amazing.

u/NotADoppelganger · 4 pointsr/DnD

SCS Direct Fantasy Creatures Action Figure Playset - 90pc Monster Battle Toy Collection (Includes Dragons, Wizards, Orcs, and More) - Perfect for Roleplaying and D&D Gaming

u/AntAPD · 4 pointsr/DnD

I am really new to this, but I swung into Toys R Us and they have a bucket-o-men called "True Heros" Mythical Warriors. Came with spell casters, rangers, rogues, dwarves, orcs and a dragon and a few set pieces.

I bought some super cheap small cans of spray paint and separated out the sets and shot them different colors incase we ended up with multiple similar classes. No real enemy pieces though as far as monsters go besides the dragon.

Don't buy it from Amazon bc I found it for $9 at Toys R Us 2 weeks ago.

I also ended up getting 1 1/2" wooden discs from a craft store and superglued them all down, they weren't the most staple on our table if you bumped it.

u/98smithg · 4 pointsr/GamerGhazi

Well what individual stores stock is up to them but there are tonnes of playsets with Rey in them available in the UK. Even the main set made by Disney has Rey in it but not Poe.

u/skwigger · 4 pointsr/ActionFigures

If you're okay with Select, then Also, $22, so 10% over your budget.

u/witch-finder · 4 pointsr/boardgames

This is probably the best solution since he's looking for hero figures. This might be a good choice too.

u/KiloD2 · 3 pointsr/stevenuniverse

> and Lapis her wings

the Funko mini version of Lapis has wings! :)

u/elenionancalima2 · 3 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

I have a few proper minis that my friend bought for me, that we use for PCs and major NPCs. I think she found a few on ebay and at flea markets, but generally they are your standardly priced minis.

However, for enemies, I mostly use these toy soldiers. They are handy because they are cheap, color coded and have a good variety of weapons.

I also picked up these animal toys, but that's mainly because with a druid and a nature caller summoner in the party, they come in handy. That company does have some fantasy style stuff though, too, that I have contemplated picking up.

Probably the least legitimate, but cheapest thing I have for minis, is that my friend who works at Home Depot picked up some vinyl floor tiles, cut them up and glued pictures to them to represent, huge, gargantuan and colossal creatures.

u/brandonwlobo · 3 pointsr/minipainting

SCS Direct Fantasy Creatures Action Figure Playset - 90pc Monster Battle Toy Collection (Includes Dragons, Wizards, Orcs, and More) - Perfect for Roleplaying and D&D Gaming

u/paradedc · 3 pointsr/genesysrpg
u/doryteke · 3 pointsr/DnD

I ordered these for our first campaign and they worked great. Bunch of options and it was 22 bucks. Have everyone pitch in 6 bucks and you should be good.

u/masnosreme · 3 pointsr/DnD

If you're looking for affordable, I've got a few suggestions.

u/TyTweeder · 3 pointsr/starwarscollecting

From what I can gather it's from an in store display or something of that nature. There's no moving parts but it is made from a handful of peices screwed together. I think I may take it apart and customize it a bit to fit a black series R2 and add some paint etc.

Edit: Scratch that. It's a Hero series xwing.

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Robot Nesting Dolls (in toys/plushies/collectibles list). Fun because robots! I already have ninja nesting dolls and have had these on my list for a while, could line them up with the ninjas XD I probably wouldn't get them for myself as they're just a tad too frivolous but they are rather awesome

Sunday Funday

thanks for the contest :)

u/Kthanid · 3 pointsr/GreenDawn

I've been recruiting most of my troops out of the Amazon. For a mix of quality and cost, I recommend these boys. If you're looking for a crack squad of elites, my Delta Company is made up from a pack of these killers. Over.

u/ziku_tlf · 3 pointsr/GreenDawn

Link to recruitment center (aka this is where I bought them):

... Over.

u/mrdeadsniper · 2 pointsr/dndnext

Minis get expensive quickly. Reaper is probably most popular mini store (although their website is atrocious). Depending on your campaign, you can get some stuff like skeletons or zombies minis in toy packs for much cheaper.

For specific heros or villians you might have to break down and buy a fancy custom mini just for it.

u/Basics4Gamers · 2 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

SCS Direct sells bundles like "100 Zombies", "100 Monsters", etc for fairly cheap. The scale isn't always perfect and you get what you pay for... but if you want bulk, they're an option:

You can also look into things like cupcake toppers. Some party supply places will sell tiny plastic figures for themed kids parties... soldiers, knights, etc.

u/nithos · 2 pointsr/lego

Agreed. My son is YouTube obsessed. He played Minecraft 360 with a "youtuber" this weekend and was freaking out.

I am a bit concerned about privacy (and I just don't have the time to research it munch) otherwise I would get him an account set up for uploads. He has been making Minecraft/Lego stop motion videos recently, which would be perfect to try it out.

u/BrandonBuikema · 2 pointsr/stop_motion

I have not used any of these projects so if I were you I would check Amazon reviews. But at his age I would want something like these.

Stopmotion Explosion: Complete HD Stop Motion Animation Kit with HD Camera & Book (Windows & OS X)

Minecraft Stop-Motion Animation Studio

HUE Animation Studio (Blue) for Windows PCs and Apple Mac OS X: complete stop motion animation kit with camera, software and book

Another thing he will need is desk lamps and (if he is working with Lego) a Lego baseplate or two. It might be worth it to let him continue using the iPad but purchasing something like this to connect it to a tripod of some sort. I'm assuming he is using an app on the iPad and this would allow him to keep using what he is comfortable with just with better results.

TLDR the kits are cool but using the iPad may be the better option as he is already used to it. I would focus on lights, tripods, and maybe a lego baseplate.

u/KillsTrolls · 2 pointsr/ActionFigures

I like the new 2099 Spidey
But there's also Scarlet Spider and I've really been digging the Ultimate Spidey from the new two pack, which is basically the "Young Peter" from the Space Venom wave but lighter blue.
There's a shit load man, but these are just the three that came to mind for some reason lol

u/atribecalledstark · 2 pointsr/DnD

I used these when I first started DMing, not really all to scale but close enough and super cheap for a bunch of minis.

Bucket of fantasy miniatures

Bucket of monsters

Bucket of mythical

Bucket of knights

u/2bloodnitro · 2 pointsr/starwarscollecting

That's actually the Hero Series X-Wing from 2013-14

u/Hekaton1 · 2 pointsr/minipainting

Trust me, that mold may not be the best but it’s not garbage. This here is garbage:

It’s tough to tell online, but there’s one of these at my FLGS and, man, is it shit! The faces don’t even exist!

u/munkamonk · 2 pointsr/DnD

Looks great! I did something similar, but by repainting one of these wild animal tubes.

u/OhioGamingBrigade · 2 pointsr/rpg

If you want to go cheaper but worse looking, Amazon has some pretty good deals on bulk bags/boxes of animals:

You can get farm animals, dinosaurs, a metric ton of spiders, whatever floats your boat.

u/CVUnknown · 2 pointsr/Gunpla

The Tamashii Stage Act Trident Plus

I got mine at a store in Akiba when I was in Japan. When I bought mine, it was 1080 yen and the 8% tax on top of that. The 15 dollar one on Amazon isn't bad for its price.

u/southern_boy · 2 pointsr/boardgames

> You suggested Gloomhaven is cutting corners

gloomhaven is cutting corners lol

additional miniatures are about 28¢ each!!!

avoiding that cost is the definition of el cheapo

u/TheSignOfGuilt · 2 pointsr/RolEnEspanol

Con respecto a los mapas, si buscas versatilidad por precio, recomendaría comprarte un BattleMat, o busca el básic mat de Pathfinder, es lo mismo que tú hoja A3 pero más grande y podés usar marcadores para dibujar y después borrar tus dungeons o escenarios de combate, yo uso uno y me resulta más fácil para dibujar sobre la marcha pasadizos secretos recién descubiertos, etc. ( )
Ahora, si querés algo más lindo y elegante, compra tiles, son escenarios ya dibujados (de forma muy profesional y realista) que podés combinar para extenderlo, el único problema con este método es que llega un punto que reciclar lo vuelve monótono, aunque es más realista por las imágenes del mapa que el battlemat. ( )

Con las miniaturas, lo mejor que te puedo recomendar es que busques las cajas ICONS OF THE REALM de D&D, vienen 4 miniaturas por caja, al azar, 3 medianas o pequeñas y una grande, allí encontrarás más que nada enemigos, algunos muy interesantes, otros meh. ( )
De la misma línea hay unos basados en el starter set que vienen heroes básicos (un enano clérigo, un humano guerrero, un elfo mago, etc), quizás ahí veas una oportunidad para buscar algo más representativo a tu grupo. ( )

Espero te sirva :)

u/nwolowski08 · 2 pointsr/dndnext

Unfortunately they are currently sold out:

I bought 3 packs of the nicer mini's for the party to use for their characters and while it might not be perfect (the human wizard is using a human monk mini) it seems to work for everyone.

You might be able to make due with these

u/Coal_Morgan · 2 pointsr/DnD5e

Go dirt cheap.


Then just do some reaper bones or wizkids for "feature characters" and upgrade as you go along. Unfortunately good minis are almost always expensive. Finding an E-Bay score is always an option.

u/c4bb0ose · 2 pointsr/newzealand

amazon has some, also a google search has several sites for it.

u/MasterLawlz · 2 pointsr/movies

Yeah, one quick Amazon search makes all of this drama pointless

Coloring books, action figures, collectible figurines, t-shirts, Halloween costumes, books, plush dolls, posters, lego sets, and oh, would you look at that, a playset that includes her with all the other boys!

This is all drama over a problem that literally does not exist.

u/ladyhallow · 2 pointsr/SantasLittleHelpers

Dinosaurs, what 4 year old wouldnt love this awesome, hugh, interactive dino toy!

(I put the walmart link because it is $78 there and $112 on amazon )

u/oonooneoo · 2 pointsr/minipainting

Craft paints and tubes of plastic figures will do the job. SCS Direct's Wicked Duals figures would be a good choice for models. They're a good value, but not amazing quality. They definitely will need to be straightened out with a hot water bath and set into position with an ice bath too.

u/slowrine · 2 pointsr/minipainting

Would not recommend, and would suggest testing in a small spot before doing the whole thing. I used it to prime these miniatures, and they all came out sticky and shiny. I hoped they'd go matte overnight, but they didn't. Was more trouble than it was worth.

It could have been the type of plastic, but I expected it to work because it's marketed for plastic ¯_(ツ)_/¯ Also, if you do use it, and want to take it off, a 5 minute soak in odorless mineral spirits took it right off for me.

u/XJadynX · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Alright let me see....

first Recip A I'm going to focus strictly on Deadpool because well.. Deadpool.


Two This is based off size Large






Finally This is just slightly more then 20

Now recip B : Well it would help if I knew more of the games her plays. I would suggest if he and you have Steam.. get From dust and gift it to him.

Recp C:




Four This one is 21 dollars.. I know... but still I think a good choice if you can swing it.

u/Im_a_peach · 2 pointsr/Bad_Cop_No_Donut

Maybe we should give the police departments these. Saves us money, gives them something to do and keeps them out of our way. *Caution: may not be distributed to School Resource Officers; per adherence to "Zero Tolerance" policies.

School Resource Officers will still have plenty of time to text students and attempt to molest them, while carrying real guns.

u/tyler_durdenn_ · 2 pointsr/Entrepreneur

Still plenty of people selling the toys

Edit: Even then, OP would need to get his brand on that list, which he probably can't since his company isn't big enough.

u/Rhodes_Warrior · 2 pointsr/DMAcademy

Brand new DM here. Currently running LMoP for 3 first-timers and 2 (barely) amateurs. Bought these for my party. $17 USD

Google “LMoP paper minis” for the enemies/villains. Use some common coins as and some Elmer’s Glue for a base. It honestly takes 2 hours (with breaks for beer and Reddit lol) to cut and paste once you assemble the materials.

Otherwise get a double sided battle mat, like $22 USD and some dry erase markers, $6 USD

Skip the party’s minis if you want to save some money. But the battle mat and markers can be used FOREVER.

u/CaptInzane · 2 pointsr/DnD

I ran that starters guide with my 10 yr old son (we're one session in) and he loved it! They also make miniatures of the pre-gen character sheets so that was a good hook my son enjoyed being his character.

The starter set comes with a little map of the first encounter so it helped him understand how the combat system worked and what he could do.

Only advise I can give really is whatever he wants to do let him. If he wants to cast a purple fireball let him, don't ruin his imagination just help drive/steer it. I let my son have this glowing armor that had purple lightning coming off it but really it was just chainmail so he didn't get any cool extra damage but in his head he was a badass and that to me is what's important.

OH and Wizards and what not are a little more difficult so basically I'd ask "what type of power do you want to use lightning, fire, ice, wind, etc?" and then whatever his answer I'd cast "firebolt" 1d8 if I remember correctly but I'd describe the move that he wanted to do. Some people may disagree but again I wanted them to feel like they were the coolest dudes in the realm!

u/Suezasaurus · 2 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

Amazon is what I use, although I haven't checked other sites much, so I don't know if the price is good/bad. I bought this and the miniatures are all good quality. There's plenty of other miniatures on amazon, I'd recommend at least checking it out.

u/ty23c · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would have to say that Martian Manhunter is pretty under appreciated. Everyone knows Batman(badass), Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash but not many know of MM. I mean he has super strength, super speed, invulnerability, flight, shape shifting, telepathy and he's intangible! He's pretty much the entire JL in one! How badass is he!

And if I happen to win I'd like this Deadpool

u/toddjunk · 1 pointr/ActionFigures

Wait, you said 6-7", I misread that initially as purely 6"

In 7" there is the Marvel Select Deadpool

Articulation is comparable to the Hasbro Marvel Legends figure mentioned before.

u/dindenver · 1 pointr/AskGameMasters

If you have some money, but not enough for official minis, try something like this:

u/Crish-P-Bacon · 1 pointr/minipainting

SCS Fantasy Creatures, the came in a box of 90 and cost US$ 22,90.

u/RabbitwithRedEyes · 1 pointr/SquaredCircle

They came out with a new toy back when they first started using them again.

Edit: Here it is. The actual toy is called the "Crash Cage:"

u/megret · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm off today and trying to get up the gumption to get my to-do list done. The weather went from wonderful to what the hell and it's sapped my energy!

These kinds of toys are always a nice distraction. When I study it helps to read things to myself out loud for me to remember them better. I usually have something like this to play with as I read it out. For some reason, fooling with this thing while drilling stupid data into my head really helps.

Here is something from my list that is awesome for reasons that are obvious.

Who needs revision?

u/hannaHananaB · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sorry it's been a crappy day for you!

This would be awesome. How can you not smile when you see the loud-mouthed, smart-ass, sarcastic SOB? (Or maybe that's just me)

u/HeckinChonkr · 1 pointr/DMAcademy

The dice linked will be good enough as each person will probably have two sets and you can roll and add up but if you need to make large rolls I use a dice rolling app named “Dice Ex Machina” it’s on IOS and I believe android and google store.

Regarding minis the 2d cutouts are quite nice and easy to use there is also a kinda blandish minifigure collection

SCS Direct Fantasy Creatures Action Figure Playset - 90pc Monster Battle Toy Collection (Includes Dragons, Wizards, Orcs, and More) - Perfect for Roleplaying and D&D Gaming

And the cutouts

Pathfinder Pawns: Bestiary Box

The mats you’re talking about sound great, I would probably just buy those

And the monster stats can be found on the website I linked, they can be printed or just used from the site and I would go out and got a pack of coloured markers to draw on the mats

This website has almost all monster and spell stats

u/Kepesh-Yakshi · 1 pointr/DnD

There are several mixed sets on Amazon. Just a few:




Mythical Warriors

eBay has a lot too. Search for plastic toy knights, ninjas, monsters, etc. Dollar Stores also carry baggies of cheap toys.

u/Petertwnsnd · 1 pointr/DnD

So, as someone who is relatively new to DMing (started just over a year ago), here's what I'd suggest to make sure you keep your cost down, while still having figures you can slowly replace over time:


Starting off, you can get a lot of generic "green-army-men" style fantasy figures for relatively cheap.

  • Here's some knights
  • Here's some skeletons
  • Here's a random assortment of generic fantasy charcters
  • Here's some undead
  • Here's some barbarians that also just make decent random warriors

    They're not very expensive and what they lack in quality they make up for with quantity.


    The next best solution I have for cheap decent figures is for animals. I've been able to find tubes or tubs of a decent selection of cheap, pre-painted figures at just about every Walgreen's or CVS Pharmacy I've been to. I use these guys for animal encounters, pet companions, and they're especially helpful for my druid.

    If you can't find them at your local drugstore IRL, there's plenty of selections you can find online.

  • Here's just an example of some of the tubes you can find.


    Now, players understand you can't afford unique figures for every encounter. However, I've noticed that the figures you have stand in for whatever they're fighting can sometimes be distracting, or if you have multiple identical figures it can be confusing knowing which one they're targeting in a battle. A great, cheap solution I've found to this is just using multi-colored generic pawn pieces like from the game "Sorry!". The pieces themselves are so nondescript (other than color) that the players have an easier time projecting the combatant you describe onto them, and the various colors make it easier to track what's going on in a battle, both for the players and DM.

    If you can't just salvage an old Sorry game you find lying around you can find packs of the pieces or other generic multi-colored pawns online for very cheap.

  • Multi-colored pawns
  • Meeples
  • Sorry Pieces


    This last suggestion isn't really about where to find cheap figures, but more to address the reason you said you wanted figures in the first place, to "help the immersion".

    You may have heard of the website HeroForge before and it's a great tool for D&D players. It allows you to make very customizable figures for your games. Now, the cost of their cheapest figures are still over $30 for a single figure, so definitely not cheap. However, as a DM, I still regularly use it. I use HeroForge to help design notable NPC's or enemies for my campaign, then save the screenshot of them and post the image in our group chat when the character gets introduced. This is very helpful for a lot of reasons: I get a more solid idea of characters that I was designing in my head, it gives the players a visual and helps with the immersion, and when I DO decide to actually order a character (like, for example, a villain or NPC I know will be reoccurring for many sessions) it becomes a MUCH bigger deal and way more intense.
    I also always recommend that PC's at the very least design their figures on HeroForge for the same reasons.

  • Here's some examples of figures I designed and posted used over the past few months without ever having to spend a dime


    I hope these were helpful. I'm still in the process of building my figure collection as well and love to share cool tips or resources I have found while doing so.
u/BurlRed · 1 pointr/DnD

Are the Big Bucket of Zombies figures too tall? I've never used them, but see them recommended from time to time.

u/xblitzkrieg · 1 pointr/StarWars

You mean Darth Tater? Haha, my friend has one on his shelf.

u/MachNeu · 1 pointr/Gundam
u/folded13 · 1 pointr/memes
u/cyberfranck · 1 pointr/rpg

Those are horrible finish. check this out

A pack of 90 x 25mm minis for 22$ (18 pound) with double the quality and precision. That's 0.20 pounds per mini 1/5 the price. they are more mass produce than 15mm or 18mm so they are always cheaper. I have 2 sets of those and some a 28mm but still fits and once you put a primer (i used same primer as the one i use for warhammer)

u/greenvortex · 1 pointr/ActionFigures
u/That_Guy_Mac · 1 pointr/mattcolville
u/justhere4inspiration · 1 pointr/rpg

If you can spare like $20, these are really cheap options to get a ton of minis:

They aren't great, basically army man quality, but they get the job done for your run-of-the-mill creeps. As for your players, ask them to bring their own minis. It'll be like $10 tops to get a Reaper mini, and they'll be able to get something that really reminds them of their character.

Then, there's always standees:

A couple companies make them, and it is another way to get a lot of minis. Again, not as cheap as homemade, but def a lot better than getting a bucket of plastic.

u/deathbydoughnut · 1 pointr/DnD

Google says Canada has Prime. Free two day shipping for Prime items. Like these D&D minis

u/Doc_Holiday426 · 1 pointr/DungeonsAndDragons

Sure thing, link

u/LordThoughte · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cake is a girl's best friend.

A bit over $5, sorry! this i'm loving!

You (and me) should totally get this game . One can never have enough board games

And finally, a funny pic! enjoy!

u/BroDallas · 1 pointr/DnD


The colored guys I got off amazon, they're the starter set miniatures


The unpainted baddies behind them all came from the Reaper Bones series.


This is my first time DM-ing, but I can already feel mini-hunting becoming an obsession..RIP my wallet

u/GTSimo · 1 pointr/DnD

I found Safari Toob animal toys for on Amazon were a pretty good size for D&D. And for druid wildshapes that I didn’t have toys for, I just made counters for, using Google-fu.

u/crashsuit · 1 pointr/stevenuniverse

I'm not a fan of Funko's big-head style, but I do have a couple of the different mystery mini figures, they're not quite as deformed looking on account of their smaller size. There's the Funko ones and then also some other non-Funko brand:

I originally got one type of them at Target and the other at Hot Topic, but I'm not sure whether either of them still stocks them in the stores, might have to buy them online.

Edit: I just now found these too:

u/MrGalfano7899 · 1 pointr/DnDIY

Thanks. I got the Dwarf from the Icons of The Realms Starter Set. It comes with 5 others, along with the Dwarf.

This is the link for the Amazon page.

u/action_packed · 1 pointr/stop_motion

I'm not advertising anything in particularly, but I got this Minecraft stopmotion set for my nephew last X-mas, and he seemed to enjoy it for a while.

u/sloppyrhyno · 1 pointr/SquaredCircle

I thought the shark cage match they had at NXT Toronto during the Dusty tag match Final was just a gimmik to sell the Crash Cage toys, But damn this is just stupid. I just know jericho will drop a weapon down for KO to use.

u/angeldlc51 · 1 pointr/Gunpla
u/DaemianX · 1 pointr/DnD

There are Starter Kit - Miniatures for sale, but it would better to purchase a complete box set of Fantasy Pawns or print your own paper miniatures from an online RPG resource .


Good luck!

u/DaDibbel · 1 pointr/gaming

It's a...ball...made...of...Army Men!

u/sayyyrahbellum · 1 pointr/StarWars

ahhhhh awesome.
my prized piece is the 80's twin sized sheet set for empire. and lando is only on one spot on the whole sheet set: the pillow cases!

also i got this:

whats your favorite outta your collection?

u/nickythegreek · 1 pointr/DnD
u/Pendip · 1 pointr/DnD

For serious miniatures, I haven't seen any. There doesn't seem to be that much variety of style out there.

I have these "Fantasy Creatures", though. The collection has elven archer girls, grossly oversized pixies, unicorns, centaurs, etc. They're not really the right size for 1" squares or hexes, but they're close enough for my purposes. They're cheap, there are lots of them, and I don't worry about breaking or losing them.

u/MillenniumKing · 1 pointr/anime

Its usally on the bottom of the feet, at least it was for the Kurisu one i got while i was in japan. If there is no peg holes then maybe it doesnt have a stand. Its odd but it isnt unheard of. But you can get a stand with a pole and a claw to hold her. This is what im getting to hold my Vita and her Graf Eisen since she is so heavy and such. They make smaller ones with 1 stick and 1 claw. You just claw the waist and it holds it up.

u/wrongwaykid123 · 1 pointr/SantasLittleHelpers

My son got this for his birthday and plays with it everyday. He loves this thing. It is also appropriate for a 4 year old even though mine is 6.