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I’m working on trying to get this big guy painted to tabletop standard by the time I have to use him at our next Pathfinder D&D session to represent the Roc King on Tilagos Island in the Demiplane of Last Resort, in the Age of Worms adventure path.

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I got to work a bit more on this one afternoon after work this week. Hopefully I will get to work on it again once or twice more before the game where he will get used on the game table.

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Looks really good.

 

Question for you, since you've painted and assembled the Roc now - Do you think it would be difficult to mount the Roc on a large transparent flight post, rather than the provided rocks? It'd probably need to be a large post, but I'm curious what your thoughts are on the viability.

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Disciple of Sakura, The point of contact is small and easy to sculpt over so in that sense it would be easy. The challenge is to find a transparent flight post that will bear the weight. It’s Bones and not metal but still pretty heavy.

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