Hermit Hunter - Sinister 32mm Creature

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Hermit Hunter | Tabletop Creature 32mm

7,00 EUR
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Product description

Transformed by the dark energies that now flow through his veins, the Sea Hermit Hunter is a twisted and monstrous figure. His once pristine shell is now cracked and covered in barnacles, and his eyes glow with an eerie light that pierces the darkness of the ocean depths.

This impressive 32mm creature from Monolith Arts' "Terror on Cursed Waters" series is made using high-quality 3D SLA printing and is ready for you to paint. With a height of 51mm (without base) and an optional 34mm base, this figure offers additional variety and stability on your gaming table.

Possible uses:

  • Scary character for Dungeons & Dragons
  • Decorative element in Age of Sigmar campaigns
  • Atmospheric addition to Pathfinder adventures
  • Atmospheric figure for Infinity games
  • Scary element for Shadowrun scenarios
  • Great addition to Malifaux battles

      Product features

      3D SLA in grey to paint yourself
      32mm scale
      Height of the miniature approx. 51mm
      Without base (optional 34mm base available)


      Just a small note for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled by yourself - a little superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there can be small residues or slight damage from the support structures, unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided. But don't worry, this does not affect the quality of your model.

      However, it should be noted that due to the 3D SLA printing process, slight distortions (up to 1mm) may occur on larger parts. However, these small imperfections are easily fixed with modeling filler (Green Stuff).

      It's just a small part of the process that gives your set a unique character. Have fun painting and assembling!

      Although the figures are inviting to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for small children. There is a risk that small parts can break off. Miniatures should not be considered toys.

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