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Saligastir in disguise - tabletop miniature

4,00 EUR
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Product description

"Saligastir in Disguise", an impressive mage miniature from The Printing Goes Ever On, comes from the exciting Chapter 41 - Halfling Rebellion. This miniature depicts Saligastir, a master magician who has cleverly disguised himself to remain unnoticed in the halfling world. His pose and expression convey a mixture of wisdom and a mysterious aura. The miniature was created using advanced 3D SLA printing technology in a fine gray, highlighting every detail and texture work, perfect for custom painting and designing.

Saligastir in disguise is a fantastic addition to a variety of tabletop games including:

  • “Warhammer Fantasy Battles” – as a mysterious magician or advisor.
  • “Dungeons & Dragons” – as an influential NPC or as part of the player group.
  • “Pathfinder” – as a magical character with hidden intentions.
  • “Frostgrave” – as a magical explorer in the magical ruins.
  • "The Ninth Age" - as a powerful sorcerer in an epic battle.

      Product features

      3D SLA printing
      In gray to paint yourself
      28mm Heroic Scale
      without base


      Just a little note for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled yourself - a little superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there may be small residues or slight damage caused by the support structures, but unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided. But don't worry, this won't 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 repaired with modeling putty (Green Stuff).

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

      Even though the figures are great to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for small children. There is a risk that small parts could break off. Miniatures should not be viewed as toys.

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