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A Marilith from the Nolzur's/ Wizkids series! My love of snake people has been documented previously ( http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/82155-cascabelle-the-rattler-woman-02833-possibly-nsfw/ ), so I really couldn't resist. Tried to paint her underbelly as an Australian Red-Bellied Black Snake (venomous, of course), and the dorsal surfaces as a pale blue-grey variant of the North American Northern Red-Bellied Snake (non-venomous, of course). Inspiration pics are in the WIP thread here (http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/84087-rigels-to-do-list/&tab=comments#comment-1811168 ) Leather armor is always a challenge for me, but thanks to good advice from the forum I think it worked out. Several different lighting schemes here: She also makes a guest appearance in my Heckfella post!
02833, the Bobby Jackson Medusa, timber rattlesnake style. Cascabelle is a High Priestess of Yig. Now, she's mostly a scaly serpent person and I don't know biologically *why* she's got what she's got, but rules are rules. Here's the link; let's see if this works: https://postimg.cc/image/tfl73edyp/ Doesn't her hair look fabulous?! https://postimg.cc/image/pvz9dmljl/ Oh wait, she's not primping at all; she's preparing to arrow you in the face! https://postimg.cc/image/ifzzrtq4h/ And she has a posse with a mobile siege engine! (60078: Khavith, Serpentfolk Evoker; 03607: Lizardman Shaman; some Nolzur malisons, and some D&D grab-bag lizards/trogs/yuan-ti). https://postimg.cc/image/flwueeitd/ In my game, The Lizard Kingdoms (a timeline without the Chixulub impact) occasionally make forays into this timeline, and their livestock sometimes gets loose. Hence the Valley of Gwangi and related phenomena. Their culture rose, peaked, destroyed itself, and rebuilt with powerful taboos on complex technology a couple million years ago. The lizard cities are built under high crags in hostile deserts, protected by enormous lenses and mirrors that can focus the blazing sun on intruders. (There's a *lot* of glass in their deserts, for the same reasons that led to their technological prohibitions. And some of the deserts.) Gold is common enough there to consider it a throwaway material, and the lizardfolk consider us humans complete rubes for trading a sprig of delicious, addictive, post-KT-extinction rosemary for a single golf-ball-sized nugget. If you go to a lizard city, you WILL get embroiled in snakeman politics. Don't get embroiled in snakeman politics.