Yeah. If ever there were a more confident pose, Lorna the Huntress would like to know about it. So she can punch it in the face.
This mighty warrioress doesn't take lip from anybody. In one hand she holds a broadsword, perhaps dripping with blood from her latest conquest. Her other hand is clenched into a fist in a way that says "Who's your daddy?"
Not only is she in the baddest stance ever, but she's able to kill bad guys while wearing little more than a loincloth. Now that's prowess.
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<p>Let's face it: a lot of the miniatures we sell here at Game Master Dice are sexist. The big, strong, powerful figures are usually male, and the slinky, graceful ones baring their midriffs are usually female. This unequal treatment in the fantasy kingdom has gone on for too long! That's where Kristianna comes in.</p><p>You see, Kristianna is a strong, powerful, confident woman. In fact—and I hope the feminists really appreciate this feature—she even comes with a <i>male assistant</i>, a squire who holds her helmet for her while she's too busy being important and giving orders to hold it herself. How's that for the glass ceiling?</p><p>A pair of two unpainted, heroic scale (25mm) miniature figurines for adventure gaming.</p> Learn More
<p>It's a tired old cliché that every RPG campaign begins in a tavern. It's like some kind of joke: "A wizard, a rogue, and a barbarian walk into a bar..." Here at Game Master Dice, we're not going to deny this simple truth, but rather embrace and enhance it. Imagine how much more epic your campaign would be if your characters started out not just in a tavern, but—wait for it—in a tavern <em>with dancing girls</em>.</p><p>Or, if that's not your cup of Dwarven mead, you could use these two scantily-clad figurines to populate the luxurious and seedy secret lair of the King of the Thieves' Guild. Or you could use up a couple of your cohort slots to make the trek to Mt. Doom a little more bearable. Either way, this is a great way to be charitable and help these two pewter figurines pay for college.</p><p>Two unpainted, heroic scale (25mm) miniature figurines for adventure gaming.</p> Learn More