Post by Michael O'Brien on Feb 19, 2015 13:55:10 GMT
'King Bladorthin' and 'Eowyn in battle gear' reached a tie in the first round with 'Hithaeglir brute Orc' coming in 2nd place. These three have gone forward into this vote. You have one vote and can always see the current status of the vote before you cast yours. Thank you to all members who take part in these club activities. I appreciate it. You are encouraged to post comments in support of your idea, or to argue politely why someone else's idea is less suitable for selection.
Well, Mornedhel, you forgot to refer to the Eowyn in the MB2297 box-set and the MS554 (though that one is not in armour). So there're 5 figures, but one is included in a box without a base, two of them are 54mm figures, and the M316 is mounted. I'm just trying to be correct. Barliman, I just don't want to start counting what you call generic orcs, but you're right anyway.
Alas Master Barliman, I've got many branched roots,boughs,twigs,branches and suchlike things - sorry, but a bit more than your limited number of fingers and toes. - Anyway, we obviously agree on the vote this time.
Its funny to see two versions shown here of Eowyn in battle gear that are 54 mm size no comment about the size and to read "already available"…. Very clever! Try to put one of these figures in a diorama with other 32 mm scale figures….
Nevertheless let's see what comes out of that sparely described King
Eowyn in battle gear , threatening can also be found in the MB279 boxed set, facing the Witch King .... she is on foot, 32mm, with sword and shield, un-helmed... so yes the figurine already exists , you just have to take it away from this boxed set
"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill."(Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)
Post by luthien4tinuvielle on Mar 5, 2015 12:45:59 GMT
Was king Bladorthin a man, elf or dwarf? I search thru many sources and despite his elvish root name (I understand it was the original name of Gandalf In the early drafts of The Hobbit), I would suggest a man (a dwarf king will never hold an elvish name :-) )