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  1. These two villains were some of the first figures I sculpted for Pathfinder -- sculpted in 2007 and painted in 2008. Nualia is an aasimar (mostly human with some celestial ancestry, hence the silver hair and purple eyes) who turned to demon-worship (hence the red left claw-hand). Erylium is a quasit (a minor demon) with some custom skills and abilities. The 7-pointed star on her rock is the Sihedron, the symbol of the runelords of old. They appeared in the first issue of Pathfinder Adventure Path "Rise of the Runelords", or simply "Pathfinder #1" back then. This was when Crocodile Games had the license to produce metal Pathfinder miniatures, and later Reaper acquired the license and the molds. Paizo Publishing re-released the Adventure Path with revised rules for the Pathfinder RPG, and the two characters got new art, but this is how they originally looked. Enjoy! Derek
  2. These guys are really tiny, from back in the days when the word "miniature" really meant something. They are based on 0.5" washers.
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