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Fantasy Character Slings

Fantasy Character Slings

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Animated gif of slings   Whenever I have gotten a chance to play a tabletop RPG, the one thing being asked over and over again was:  “Whose miniature is that one?”   It didn’t matter if we were playing on a flat map or a 3D setting; the question had been asked often enough for me to give it some thought and create the character sling.

These character slings are the answer to the question that no longer needs to be asked.  With a simple glance, everyone will know where each other’s character is located on the field of play.  A simple icon on one side of the tab reveals the class of character located in the sling.  The color of the sling can also quickly distinguish each player’s character from the other.  And if that’s not enough . . .  The name of each character can be scribed right there on the tab with the basic stats for a quick reference.

An added bonus to using these slings is the protection of your painted miniatures.  Using a sling, they don’t bounce around, chip or wear the paint off by handling.  You can now pull out those fantastic miniatures you’ve painted, but were afraid to use because they might get damaged by handling them.  No more reaching down into the environment and knocking things around with your fingers while moving your characters.

 Good luck with your gaming and may you have an easier time handling the miniatures.

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Robert F July 07, 2015 11:47 pm UTC
Sorry Karen, this is not a pay what you want. The box is checked by default and I hadn't noticed it when I first posted the Slings.
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Karen C July 07, 2015 11:13 pm UTC
This is supposed to be pay what you want. But it says $3.79 and I also cannot see the full size preview. What exactly is this product?
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Bruce M July 07, 2015 11:30 pm UTC
He's working on getting it corrected.
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Bruce M July 07, 2015 10:47 pm UTC
What are slings? The "Full-size Preview" comes up blank when you click on it.
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Robert F July 07, 2015 10:54 pm UTC
Sorry Bruce. I'm adjusting to the way this site operated as fast as I can. I have made a couple of mistakes and I'm in the middle of fixing them. Thanks for you patience. This is the first time I've done this and I'm finding that I'm in too much of hurry and missing a few details.
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Robert F July 07, 2015 10:57 pm UTC
When I click on the picture of the cover, the cover page pops up full size but when I click on the words Full-size Preview, I get a blank page. I'm not sure why that happens.
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Bruce M July 07, 2015 11:06 pm UTC
That's cool. I received an email telling me about a new products that watch and it sounded interesting. BTW I'm not sure if you meant to post below what looks like a message to the site admin.
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Robert G July 08, 2015 7:57 pm UTC
These should be in miniatures, not in publisher resources.
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Robert F July 08, 2015 8:24 pm UTC
Publisher Resources
How-To Guides

Miniature/Board/Card Games
Miniature Games

They are in both. The "How to" because it's instructional and the "Miniature games" because the Slings are used as an aid to miniatures. I'm new at this, was I supposed to only pick one or the other?
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