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Hello folks,
I picked up a big batch of figures at Goodwill this weekend. Most are still in their sealed bags (oddly they appear assembled in the bag.) with a few figures in each. Here's a shot of a couple in front of the pile of bags.

Most are monsters of various types and sizes, but there's some dungeon features and a selection of light grey hero figures. There are still gaps, but the textured bases are a nice touch. Some of these would have use in my war-games forces, but most I'm hoping to use to get my kids (and maybe their friends) into wargaming.

Anyone recognize the game they came from? If folks aren't sure I could pop a few more bags and take more pics., but I like that they're at least semi-organized now.

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The one on the left comes from MYTH, the Kickstartered board game from the makers of MERCS. Megacon? The other grey ones might be from the same game (I didn’t back and have only see. A handful in person).

A closer picture might make the lighter ones easier to identify.

   
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Damn, my goodwill never has cool stuff like that. I get excited when I find Green Army Men in a bag.

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Moved this to discussions to get more eyeballs on it.

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 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
The one on the left comes from MYTH, the Kickstartered board game from the makers of MERCS. Megacon? The other grey ones might be from the same game (I didn’t back and have only see. A handful in person).

A closer picture might make the lighter ones easier to identify.


This is correct, I will add that the ones on the right are sculpted lairs for the same game. Looking at it from a wargaming perspective, there are a number of different types of enemies, which would make visually distinctive warbands!

The first model (from L->R) is one of the skeleton bosses, the next a sculpted lair for the cyclops. The next two are the male and female scalds, and again the last few are sculpted bases. (the one on the far right I'm having a bit of trouble making it out, but believe it is one of the rat models.

To determine everything you have you might want to check out https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/megacongames/myth-0/description
   
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 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
The one on the left comes from MYTH, the Kickstartered board game from the makers of MERCS. Megacon? The other grey ones might be from the same game (I didn’t back and have only see. A handful in person).

A closer picture might make the lighter ones easier to identify.


They are ALL from MYTH.

The game and figures are located here- https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/megacongames/myth-0?ref=discovery&term=Myth%20game



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