Today’s figure from Reaper, a human named Ahlissa of the Blade. She’s wielding a bow, wearing a halter top and mini-skirt. If I made her as a character, she would probably fit best as a Druid or Ranger. She can be bought on: Ahlissa of the Blade (Amazon) Ahlissa of the Blade (Reaper)
Today's figure is a female sorceress or cleric. She is wielding a dragon-headed staff, wearing a rob and cloak. I'm not sure of the manufacturer but I'll keep searching.
Today’s figure is a twilight scout, from the Dreamblade line. He looks like a dwarf sized badger wielding a baton, wearing plate mail and holding a shield. I repainted to to make him stand out more. Here are a few variations that fit the figure: Ryven (Pathfinder) Honey Badgerkin (3.5) Badger Lord (5e)
Today’s figure is from the Reaper Bones line, a Tiik Warrior. It is a fish-man similar to a Kuo-Toa or Locathah. It is wearing no armor but wields a scimitar-like sword. Here are closest racial statistics that I could find below (from a few D&D editions): Kuo-Toa (5e) Kuo-Toa (Pathfinder) Locathah (Pathfinder)
Today's' figure is the Reaper Bones Battleguard Golem. It is wielding a greatsword and wearing (made of) full plate armor. It is a construct, I would have considered it a warforged but Pathfinder doesn't have the copy-write for it. It was very easy to paint.
Today’s figure is a Reaper Bones wench. She is dressed in classic style clothes for the period most fantasy games are run in. Wearing a skirt, blouse, and apron; carrying 2 mugs of ale. I would have called her a barmaid, but reaper used wench.
Today's figure is a Dwarf Rifleman, unknown maker, I'm still searching. He is wielding a rifle and wearing a leather jacket. He was simple to paint and came with a few others with various poses.