Wood Axe’s Sky Hunter Brings Death From Above

February 10, 2020 by avernos

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If like me you have ever wondered what the best way would be for a dwarf to despatch a dragon then prepare to wonder no longer. I know that confused people are going to say crossbows or guns, but let's face it what are the chances of them doing any damage to a dragon at height? Others may say a war machine will do the job, but really? Ignore the fantasy of Game of Thrones, dragons are swift and tricky to hit, tracking one across the sky and landing a killing blow is a million to one shot.

No, if you want to a kill a dragon you have to play to the strengths of the dwarven race, hand to hand combat. Wood Axe know that, and so I can unveil the sheer awesomeness that is the Dwarf Sky Hunter. Applause now please.

Sky Hunter

This whimsical nutjob is ready to do the deed on any flying lizard that may be threatening his hoard of gold or prettier livestock.

Hair cut to eliminate drag? Check.

Shades to protect from glare and sudden blindness caused by insect? Double Check.

Massive axe to do the deed? Triple check y'all!

Sky Hunter Lloyd

As an added bonus having to stand watch from the peak of a mountain before pushing off to engage keeps your Sky Hunters surly and extra aggressive. This can then be channelled by the stunted sky cav into epic iguana destruction, and I think I speak for everyone when I say that we all sleep safer in our beds knowing that.

Sky Hunter Parts

The kit itself from Wood Axe is a simple resin construction and it looks like a fun kit to assemble and paint. This Etsy thing appears to be for people to knit jumpers for dolls or put sparkles on photo frames, but having seen the other pieces Wood Axe has on offer it certainly seems like an interesting place for small cottage industry manufacturers to get themselves out there. The Witch Hunter is a personal favourite that you should take a peek at.

Do you want to take to the skies and go full Matthew McConaughy?

"As an added bonus having to stand watch from the peak of a mountain before pushing off to engage keeps your Sky Hunters surly and extra aggressive."

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