So I printed out my ratty dude and glued him together. I left him original size and placed him next to a sister and a human male. Now the sisters are a bit smaller than I expected them to be. Scale creep hadn’t hit them like everything else!
He is the only one so I can easily increase the size of him, the book say they are the size of a man, but that could just be exaggeration. A man sized rat sounds a bit scarier than a halfling sized rat. However an angry normal sized rat can be very intimidating indeed.
In my mind the GW ones were bulkier and taller… evidently not. I checked in the book and saw this picture…
These might be metal miniatures from Warhammer so will be a bit smaller than the plastic Mordheim sprue.
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It’s imaginary so as big or as small and as mean or as nice as you want it to be!
Guru says, “Remember naughty is often very nice”.
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