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Tiefling Priestess

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So, I had a great idea that a tiefling priestess would be a gloriously interesting character for an adventuring party to encounter in a town. Half the villagers are suspicious of her, the other half are convinced she is the chosen favorite of the god/goddess as she's doing miraculous deeds. Something like that. To that end, I decided I had to sculpt such a figure.

I got slightly off on the scale as she's a touch short (more like a teen in stature compared with adult minis of 28mm scale).

I fleshed out the figure with a holy symbol and sacred text as those seemed suitably priestess-like. No weapons as she wasn't intended as an adventurer.

Hope you enjoy her. Comments, compliments, and constructive criticism are always welcome :=)

 

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