The second warlock is a shield dwarf with a pact of the blade, serving the Archfey Cyramore (a winter prince). We’ve been looking for a fitting minuture for quite a while, but Cheiton (60122) from Reaper’s pathfinder range was a great match.
The next PC is The Red Raven, a Great Old One warlock. He’s wearing a breastplate and a red cloak. In pretty old miniature from Reaper, Elquin the Daring (02028), I found the perfect miniature for the character.
After nearly three years I will finally start posting player character miniatures. I have painted all kinds of monsters to get better at painting, so my PCs will look good enough. This is the first. Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll post all seven of my PCs.
There are complex miniatures that are difficult to paint and there’s the opposite of that. The Reaper Bones Stone Golem (77171) absolutely falls into the latter category. With almost exclusively using drybrushing, this mini only took an hour.
The group’s fighter is a female knight of the Order of Iron Gauntlet, Elena von Greifenfels. She is travelling with her squire, Wilhelm. Reaper’s Alaine, Female Paladin (02725) and Sir William Peacemaker (02477) were perfect matches.
One of the party’s clerics is Asgrimm Fuxfell, Tempest Cleric of Tempus. Reaper’s Azarphan, Necropolis Captain (14052) seemed like the perfect miniature for him – except for the terrible helmet. So I swapped it for a Spartan head.
What the heck, I just post another dragon. Two, actually. These Reaper Bones Young Fire Dragons (77026) were used without their wings to resemble Guard Drakes. I used them for a long time just in black and white, but now the are finally finished.