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On the right is Tolzar,

On the right is Tolzar, an adventuring Cleric (2681) by Sandy Garrity that is a little work of art. Ok, just about anything coming from the talented hands of Ms. Garrity is a work of art, but this cleric is really good. It comes as a single piece model with a crossbow that needs to be separated from the base and attached to the back of the model. The cleric is dressed in scale armor that is mostly covered, including a hood, by a heavy coat. He’s also wearing a backpack with a bedroll and a pouch of bolts at his side. As an added bit of character for the model there is also a tankard on his belt so I would think that this might be the Friar Tuck kind of cleric that might indulge in a bit of an adult beverage from time to time. He is armed with the aforementioned crossbow that fits over the backpack and a mace that is tied around his write. Maybe to make sure that he doesn’t lose it when he’s a bit tipsy? His shoulder pads are detailed to look like a face, probably the visage of his deity and his facial features are great without being overly done. The shield has a nicely decorated edge that will keep you from having to detail it yourself and the scale armor is a nice change of pace. With a retail price of $2.99 this is a great figure that could be used as a player character or also as a champion of a unit of human warriors. Ulric Bloodclub (2670), on the left, has a retail price of $2.99 USD and he looks somewhat like a barbarian gladiator that is carrying a hefty club (hence his name) and a chain net in his left hand. The best feature of this miniature is the face and it’s awesome! Great detail, even down to the veins on his neck standing out. Most of Ulric’s upper torso is base but what might be a bearskin, including the claw, is draped over one shoulder. There are bits of plate armor on his other shoulder and legs, but the bulk of the figure is either bare or wearing a leather skirt. There was some flash that needed to be trimmed, but it was not excessive and the mold line was barely visible. I’m not sure that I’d have gone with a club as my first weapon of choice, but I guess it’s something good to bonk your enemies over the head with after you’ve tangled them up in your net. The animation of this figure is also really good as it’s pose really gives you a sense of movement, with his right hand ready to come down with a hearty swing. The muscle texture on the exposed part of his torso is excellent, but also very subtle. Inking and highlighting here will bring out some excellent definition without being exaggerated. I might end up ditching the club for an axe, which would be a pretty easy conversion, and I expect it will end up looking just fine. In fact, it gives me a reason to play around a bit with the Warlord weapons that you’ll see on the next page. The Bat Swarm (2668) to the left has a retail price of $3.99 USD and comes in two pieces, the headstone with 6 bats (3 large and 3 small) and two other large ones that fit nicely onto the headstone. There was some flash to be cleaned but the figure went together very well and each individual bat has really nice detail and will stand out well when painted. This would be excellent for a diorama or as, well, for a swarm of bats pestering a single character. On the right are some staples of low-level D&D adventures, Stirges. For the uninitiated they are basically giant monstrous mosquito-like creatures that will suck out more blood than you have to spare. This blister (2691) comes with two of the creatures, each sitting on a perch, for $3.99 USD. Most encounters with Stirges will have many of them and for that price you can afford to get several. In the future some alternate poses, maybe usable with the flying bases from CAV, would be very nice and add some variety. Above (right) is Dern Ironfist (2661) is a dwarven adventurer that would make a marvelous player character model. It did require a bit more cleaning than most of the other figures, but the detail is great and the amount of gear that he is carrying is awesome. In addition to the obvious (axe, shield, and helmet) he’s also carrying a short sword a small hammer and several bags and pouches. He’s wearing a mix of chain, some plate and leathers but the assortment looks good on him. He has an abundance of hair, including a braided beard, but it really does not take away from the rest of the facial detail of the figure. At $2.99 this is a great figure that would also do well as a champion in a dwarf regiment. The Killer Frogs (2665) on the left come two (one sitting and one lunging forward) to a blister for $5.99 USD. They look like, well, really big frogs except I’ve never seen a frog with massive teeth like the lunging one. It’s ready to take a piece off! They are marvelously detailed and I expect that they will paint up nicely. I have a ‘thing’ about frogs so I’ll probably try to get my wife to paint these as taking them out of the blister gave me the willies. Flash was basically non-existent and the mold line was just about impossible to detect. Great figures, but their usability is kind of limited to subterranean or swamp encounters. Well, duh, they are giant frickin’ frogs! 13

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