February 3, 2018 by brennon
Based on some of the work that went into the comic book series which inspired the miniatures we have two awesome characters. The first of these is Jih Binn The Half Elf, a mighty looking warrior who certainly throws away many of the stereotypes of his forebears.
Here is a painted version of this particular model, showing off just how awesome it is…
The second of the miniatures is Oosram The Wanderer, a mighty Dwarf!
Here’s a bit of the background on him…
“Oösram was the greatest general of the Seven-Dragons Fortress. But he betrayed his oath. Since then, he is nothing anymore. His beard was cut off, his properties confiscated, his glory forgotten. He and his family became Wanderers, working the land for a pittance. Oösram accepts his destiny.
Until the day he lost his daughter when a Venerable of the Order of the Forge refuses to look after the child of a pariah. The former General goes back to battle. Those he once defended have now become his enemies…”
Each of the miniatures is 54mm in scale and cast in resin. The kits are incredibly well detailed as you’ll see in the images above. Whilst I am predisposed to enjoy Dwarves I actually think that Jih Binn is the better of the two miniatures. I love his noble bearing.
Are you going to take a closer look at this campaign?
"The first of these is Jih Binn The Half Elf, a mighty looking warrior who certainly throws away many of the stereotypes of his forebears..."