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89032: Anti Paladin
89030: Hellknight, ORder of the Nail
89029: Hellknight, Order of the Scourge
77237: Skeletal Archer
77238: Skeletal Guardian 2H sword
77239: Skeletal Guardian Spearman
77240: Skeletal Guardian Sword
77241: Skeletal Guardian Axeman
77175: Ghoul Queen
77122: Tierdeleria, Dark Elf Queen x2
77123: Zalash, Dark Elf Assassin
77150: Ragnaros, Evil Warrior
77121: Liela, Dark Elf Wizard
77065: Norgol, Irongrave Knight (with weapon swap)
Companion to the Hellknight, the Anti Paladin:
I am not really satisfied with the cloak, but then again, cloaks are not my forte.
This one was painted similarily to the Hellknight. Both are meant for the evil warband for frostgrave as swordsmen / knights. This one might also be a captain if it comes to that.
He reminds me of Mola-Ram, that heart-wrenching high priest of the Thugee clan.
I imagine these are the kinds of people that would eat deliscious eyeball soup, followed by chilled monkey brain for dessert.
89032: Anti Paladin
Bones PVC, KS2
So here's a dump of plate-wearers. Isabeau you've already seen here, but she appears here again in the little "diorama" I made because reasons. I came up with a little story idea for these guys, in that the paladins all wear red cloaks/capes/what-have-you and white armor. The anti-paladin was once a member of their same order, but kept his cloak as a sort of middle finger to his old friends. It's a sore spot between them all. Almaran is a bit pale as I was using the Fair Skin paints on him and have decided I'll likely stick to Rosy Skin as the absolute "fairest" I'm going to paint someone who is not undead. He looks sickly, at least in person. Also I didn't see the mold line on his face before I was painting him so he has a kind of Two Face thing going on that he shamefully hides behind his shield.
I've actually painted all 3 of the paladins before. My other Almaran is floating around here somewhere. My Duke and Isabeau though are kind of laughably bad, particularly contrasted with their newer, shinier versions, at least to me. We're our own hardest critics, right? Anyway, enjoy!
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