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I love this Mini! She was one of the reasons I backed too :) Your colour choices are really great, she reminds me a bit of Xena the warrior princess! The only improvement I would suggest is maybe a decal or freehand on the shield, it look a little empty. I think the flesh tones are great!
There is usually a pen in the reapercon swag bag. By usually, I mean there has been for like, 10 years, but I'm not a reaper employee and I can't say "will always be".
The reapercon pens feature Sophie art from that year's convention and the word "reapercon". So far, they've all been the same type of pen.
For the origins of wargaming (as opposed to miniature painting/collecting) I would suggest that you follow links and research into Kreigspiel; the system used to teach Prussian officers the rudiments of tactics during the time of the Napoleonic Wars. A lot of modern wargaming and board games trace their ancestry back to this system.