Yeah, Gandalf and the Balrog falling (one of the few great scenes in Jackson's adaptation) - but is it really do-able by Mithril? That's why I opted for the Gandalf post-battle scene! I may have some stiff competition this month but this one might have to be resubmitted until we get him in!
you have a beard now? Looks nice, but I hope you are not becoming to dwarf like ;D.
So my suggestion is one I mentioned some decades ago:
As loving the Dunedain and the Gondorians of Mithril I would suggest Earnur, the last (33th) and most ambitious of the Kings of Gondor. As Chris' mounted figures are always looking great, I would suggest him (Earnur and not Chris!!) on a horse, in Gondorian fine armour, with nice ornately edged cloak, a fine sword at his side, holding a spear and a very nice royal shield, also more elaborated. I suggest he has longer hair than normal humans, NO HELMET ( maybe because he likes to see his enemies and does not like this hindering protection), his hair is flowing in the wind.
He should not look too much like Theoden, but maybe with a rearing horse, attacking the witch King.
The best thing of it: After Earnur is made a new witch king mini could be made, more warlike, which you can put in front of the charging Earnur (maybe his horse is dreaded and not attacking?? )
Just a quote: I think Earnur should not look like the typical too hard mailed knight as the Gondorians of the 3rd age in the movies nor like the Last Alliance heroes of the Mithril range. I think he should look royal but still a little bit wild and fighting.
So that's it!
VOTE FOR THJE DUNEDAIN
It is the Age of men, but of true men? (as Castamir said).
What about a woman? The last month suggestion with Arathorn and a little boy Aragorn in his arms by Voivalvatti was very impressive to me. So I started reading the time tables again and found a little text about Gilraen and little Aragorn going (fleeing?) to Imladris after Arathorn was killed by Trolls. So this is my idea: Gilraen with little Aragorn on her back (he´s just two years old . . .). His arms twisted ´round her neck. Gilraen herself hooded in a heavy travelling-cloak, all dirty and soaked. Only very little baggage. You can see an little dagger at her belt and a walking stick hold in both of her hands, fighting against heavy rain and strong wind! Similar to these dwarvish travellers from the Hithaeglir-series.