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MILFS: Monsters I’d Like to F*** (Cardstock Characters™)


Have you ever looked at a female monster your party was up against and thought:

"Man, I'd like to roll d20 to hit that!"

Well, now you can! MILFs are the monsters you would most like to have a random encounter with.

This set of full-color paper miniatures is designed to be compatible with other 25/30mm figures and contains nine different creatures, all scaled to be approximately man-sized. Furthermore, four of these have also been scaled for use as giant-sized creatures and one of them has been provided with a variant that can be used to show her in flight.

Miniatures in this set include:

* One slinky Dark Elf

* One Centipede Woman

* One sexy Fire Elemental

* One heavily-armed she-Satyr

* One Cyclops chick that has also been scaled for use as a one-eyed giantess

* One Harpy that has been provided with a variant that can be used to represent her in flight

* One Sea Naga that has also been scaled for use as a giant sea monster, "Mother Hydra," etc.

* One Bigfoot/Yeti/Abominable Snowwoman, which also has a giant-sized counterpart

* One Woodwife that has also been scaled as a Treant 

MILFs is part of Skirmisher's Cardstock CharactersTM line of figures that can be downloaded, printed out, and used in a variety of different sorts of games. Other currently-available sets include ones for use with Mutant Future and other post-apocalyptic and science-fiction games; anthropomorphic ducks and pigs inspired by the Quactica wargaming rules; and the "Forbidden Creatures of Foree" line of creatures that some companies have declared off-limits.

We hope you enjoy MILFs! Remember: You can't spell "Treant" without "T" and "A."

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August 22nd, 2010
My three-star "average" rating for this set takes into account that most people will buy it as a joke. A sasquatch completely covered in hair except the breasts? Hilarious, but not too useful. There also aren't that many pieces for the price (considering [...]
January 17th, 2010
I had to get these for the comedic value. Kinda wish there were more, but still a great set, and will definitely throw a few laughs into my campaign. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on December 14, 2009.