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Interface Zero Miniatures?

#1 Postby salcor » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:14 am

How many Interface Zero players actually use miniatures for their games?




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#2 Postby Count Zero » Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:13 am

I bought an armful of Heroclix figs and re-based them for my Interface Zero game.
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#3 Postby Jack Hart » Wed Sep 12, 2012 1:20 am

I haven't used them yet, but there is a miniature line called Infinity that has some pretty cool models that I really want to try out. I have used some cyberpunk figure flats that worked out well.

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#4 Postby kronovan » Wed Sep 12, 2012 2:27 am

I mostly use miniatures from my various sets of Star Wars Miniatures. Corellian smugglers and bounty hunter type fig's have worked well. As well, with a great many of the races in the SW universe well represented in SW Miniatures, it's easy to come up with figs for Hybrids. And of course Cyborgs are a piece of cake. If I can't find anything in the my SW collection I almost always find something approrpiate in my heroclix figs.

For Golemmechs I use the more utilitarying looking 'Mechs from my MechWarrior Dark Age sets. Since Golemmechs are quite small as far as mechs go, the 1:167 scale of The MW:DA 'Mechs doesn't look too out of proportion when next to 28mm figs.

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#5 Postby salcor » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:29 pm

I would definitely suggest taking a look at Aberrant games Rezolution miniatures. They are cyberpunk through and through. I like infinity, but I don't have any.


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#6 Postby Sean-Khan » Thu Sep 13, 2012 1:18 am

I used minis in my CP game although it wasn't IZ. I don't know if IZ style is much different or if many of these minis are sold out already, but here's two articles I've written about Prepainted minis suitable for CP/modern:

http://maker.e2ogame.net/prepainted-min ... ion-budget
http://maker.e2ogame.net/prepainted-min ... nt-choises

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#7 Postby DHRDawg » Thu Sep 13, 2012 5:16 pm

Sean-Khan wrote:I used minis in my CP game although it wasn't IZ. I don't know if IZ style is much different or if many of these minis are sold out already, but here's two articles I've written about Prepainted minis suitable for CP/modern:

http://maker.e2ogame.net/prepainted-min ... ion-budget
http://maker.e2ogame.net/prepainted-min ... nt-choises


I just revisited your website Sean-Khan and those are some great ideas for Modern Day minis using Clix-type minis. Just ordered some from Miniature Market. Thanks for the ideas.


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