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Maledrakh's 77201 Dragoth the Defiler

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So now that we know who won the Game of Thrones and ended up sitting down...

 

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Dragoth the Defiler on Throne. Just look at the strength of that undead overlord! Holding his sword casually in the air with his arm outstretched, Darth Vader-style!

This mini is from the second Bones kickstarter core set. I based it on a 50mm round lipped and put some black flock around it. Looks good!

This one can also do double duty as a Charnel Throne scenery item for my Age of Sigmar Flesh Eater Courts Army.

The sword simply would not stay glued to the skull I placed the tip at. That is the power of Bones plastic memory for you. I should have heat treated the thing to position it correctly before painting. Oh well. No matter.

Reaper makes a metal version of this that presumably predates the Bones 2 kickstarter, and that has a vampire's head instead of a skeleton's skull. I wonder why they changed it to a skull for the Bones version?

 

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"Ah! We meet again! And I see your sword is as big as mine!"

 

77201 Dragoth the Defiler

Reaper Miniatures, Bones 2 KS 2013

Sculpted by Bob Ridolfi

Bonesium PVC.

50mm round lipped base

 

 

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Good job!

 

Actually the metal version comes with more head options, Vampire, Skull and  a helmeted version.

 

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