Beautifully sculpted and cast in a lightweight, slightly flexible resin that captures the detail extremely well (those of you familiar with Prodos castings will know what I mean), Adira comes with a choice of arms and heads.
Head one is largely bald with a long flowing top knot, head two has a wonderful barbute style helmet with forward pointing horns that put me in mind of an angry bull!
There is a choice of three arms, a left, a right and an odd. Left and right arms are wafting around a couple of nasty looking axes. I think these will attach in a variety of positions to get some real animation into the pose. What really sold me on this figure though. is the third arm (I use that term advisedly; Octopus tentacles are arms, not legs - see, This blog can be educational too!).
Ok, this isn't an octopus tentacle by any means. It's a writhing mass of fleshy tendril that ends in a slavering maw. Semantics. It's a real clincher. As soon as I spotted the appendage I knew the figure had to be mine, and I'm proud to say this is the first one sold. I think they're not technically available until the Partizan show this Sunday.
Really looking forward to trying out a few poses this weekend (then I'll try some on the model!) and getting it daubed in paint.
Watch this space...
Adira, Dark Champion will be available from Bad Squiddo Games very soon. Get yours quickly there is a limited amount available at the moment.