Of course, you have no notion of a top ten. Or, because your lust for lead is insatiable, your top ten only refers to the top ten you're thinking about right now - this very second. Already, your mind is filled with despair at only being able to choose ten, so you've just reshuffled it, haven't you? In ten seconds, you've re-arranged a hundred figures in your head.
Anyway, It seems there are some common contenders. My number 10 is one of those:
10: Elven Attack Chariot
I am collecting a High Elf army. It must have one of these chariots. It can't have more than one.
That's just weird.
I don't think these chaps are that hard to get hold of, but I've just had to focus my money on other things, higher up in the list.
9: Mounted Elven Generals
8: Skaven General With Warplock Rifle
Really? I have to explain?
7: Iron Claw Stone Thrower
Yes, I also fantasise about the Man Mangler and the Skull Crusher, but this "poor man's" Man Mangler has always stood out to me.
6: Chaos General on War Griffon
A Marauder figure. It's just such an unexpected combination. I had the option to buy one of these once. Idiot.
5: Chaos Dwarf Whirlwind
I've already got a Tenderiser. The Whirlwind is really to complete the collection. Also, it looks cooler.
4: Helwud and Jaek
Now things start to get interesting. I never saw any of the Kaleb Daark stories, so I know nothing about these characters. But, having seen them, I think they're great. Must get the whole set!
3: Slann Wizard
Another common one. I don't have any slann. But, compared to the giant floating frogs of the current lizardman range, this figure is pure gold. A must have for the discerning (and wealthy) collector.
2: The Lothern City Guard
The pre-slotta Lothern City Guard. Not to be confused with the Lothern Sea Guard, although these are no doubt the progenitors of that unit. Again, part of that High Elf fetish I have. A lovely chunk of history, methinks.
1: Heinrich Kemler and Grimwald
You look surprised?