December 13, 2017 by brennon
Mithril continues to produce Lord of the Rings and Middle-earth based miniatures for hobbyists and Christmas sees three miniatures hit their webstore. The first of these is Prince Imrahil of Dol Amroth…
Imrahil was a famous warrior and commanded the men of Belfalas who aided Gondor in the War of the Ring, fighting at the Battle Of Pelennor and the Black Gate. His line was second in succession to that of the Kings of Gondor marking him out as quite the legendary figure.
Talking of Kings of Gondor, we also have a model for Aragorn that you can pick up. Here we see him dressed for battle at The Black Gate.
This more traditional look to the models is due to the licence that Mithril holds which ties them into styles appropriate with the books, giving them a lot of scope when it comes to how they create their characters. I think this would be an awesome alternative for your tabletop forces.
A word of warning, however. These models are touted as being 32mm in scale so they might be a little bigger than your standard wargaming models from Games Workshop.
Last of this Christmas collection is Galadriel in her Terrible Aspect when she was offered The One Ring by Frodo.
I think this would be an amazing vignette piece that you could craft into a wonderful piece set amongst the bows and roots of Lothlorien.
Have you ever looked at this range from Mithril for your Middle-earth models?
"I think this would be an amazing vignette piece that you could craft into a wonderful piece set amongst the bows and roots of Lothlorien..."