This past weekend I went to Historicon 2013 in Fredericksburg, Virginia. I had a good time, but could have done without the 95-100 degree heat and high humidity. I was surprised to see that Reaper had a booth in the delaers' hall, as, like the name of the con implies, the general tone of the convention is geared towards historical miniature's gaming, and pure fantasy dealers seldom find it worth their while. Maybe it was because they had to bow out of Origins this year, that Reaper decided to come and showcase their wares at H-con. They had all their BONES on display, and it was neat to see some of the larger models all assembled . But, what I found most fascinating was these two examples of what they had done with a couple of the translucent models; drilling out a bit of the underside, and gluing them to battery powered tea-lights. The fire demon had no paint, while the ghost had it's empty hood painted black, and a nicely detailed base.