Limited Preview Resin Grand Shaman Miniature
The Grand Shaman is a more powerful Serpentmen Shaman and is featured in the Serpentmen of Jargono Deluxe Enemy Pack. That set contains all of the rules for the Grand Shaman. Usually players use the normal Serpentmen Shaman to represent the Grand Shaman if he comes into play. Now, you can have a highly detailed specific Grand Shaman enemy model in your games of Shadows of Brimstone!
This is a Limited Preview of a new Resin Special Enemy Miniature for Shadows of Brimstone. Includes one resin special enemy miniature and one 30mm plastic base.
Figures supplied unassembled and unpainted.
***This set DOES NOT include any cards or rules***
Posted by Brian Phillips on 9th Apr 2017
Love the model. works in a ton of games I run!
Posted by Unknown on 7th Feb 2017
The detail on the face is a bit rough under the bone mask/helmet but other then that it is quite a stunning mini. Great pose and fits in well with the Serpentmen.
Assembly is super easy and straightforward, just requires a bit of sanding where the two pieces meet as it is a bit rough.
Posted by rcketscientst on 11th Oct 2016
I like the sculpt, however all of the feathers and dangling fetishes are not going to easily survive being cast from resin. Plus there was quite a bit of bubbles and warping, including the main tail section. This required lots of fiddling with. If you have not worked with mediocre resin products before (like from England or China), I would recommend waiting until this comes out in plastic. The fetish bits would at least be easier to fix in plastic.
But the sculpt itself is very, very nice.
Posted by Johan from Sweden on 22nd Sep 2016
So, just like the Boid Magus I picked this model up to complete the matching Serpentmen box set.
The model is highly detailed and crisp, you can pick out individual scales even. It's a great upgrade for the Serpents if you have them and a very attractive model overall.
The one downside (with the one I got at least) is the key surface for assembling the upper and lower body beig a bit rough.
For a less skilled modelbuilder I can see how this might be problematic. It needs a little love to come together.
On the other hand it looks great and that seam is between two scales at the front.
A good buy, especially if you're somewhat experienced at model assembling.
All prices are in USD