The menacing-looking statue magically came alive to scatter and kill.
A final surprise waiting for those who hunt the king’s treasures.
Your worst imagination becomes terribly real.
The towering guardian was more than decoration.
Bones crushed to bits and powder lie in its wake.
The tomb gods will be avenged.
3 thoughts on “Hierotitan”
This is a great mini and I love the paint job. How big does he scale in comparison to the skeletons? Is he on a 50mm base (as that would give me an idea). And for a final question, what company is he from?
Cheers for sharing the blog on EEFL – knoffles
Hmmm… I intended to provide a link to where I bought him, so thanks for reminding me. I found him on Reaper. I put him on a 50mm base, and it stands 2x the height of a skeleton, but also much thicker, intuitively. I wish he was 3x a skeleton’s height, but I love the model and had to go for it. He very much stands out on a battlefield. He is still head and shoulders above a typical Bretonnian mounted knight. I still think he could’ve been a little taller, however his height has not bothered me much. I’ll try to snap a comparative photo soon.
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