Little is the new big
Making up for my lack of comments with a first post! Really nice job. I wanted this figure, but not enough other stuff to justify the 5 pounds postage. Hopefully I can pick it up later with something else.I have to fight my instinct to do almost all sci-fi figures in bone or grey white... Looks so good!
SJ, just for you... sssh don't tell anyone but I have one more of these. If you want it, it's yours.
I heard that!
Cool base as always. Nice paint too. Exactly who is this character?
Uh... OK, I got it. "Orphaned in a pirate attack, Amarjit somehow survived to early adolescence on the pitiless streets of Dropfall, human space's most dangerous trading port. Pursued by criminals after stabbing a pimp, she was hidden by the monk Keisho who taught her that while her desire for revenge was strong, she should channel her anger towards the virtuous protection of others. Even so, she has sworn vengeance and destruction against the pirate crew who killed her family, should she ever find them."I don't know where the "ghost" thing comes in, it just sounds cool.
Very nicely characterized. Lots of scenarios, and their spin-offs, packed into your six lines of prose. You have a heroine on your hands now!
I always have problems figuring how big are Ion Age miniatures compared to other ranges...I see you own Khurasan Control Battalion infantry...could you place one of Khurasan's figures close to a few planetary militia, muster infantry and other Ion Age troop types????
They're... biggish. Mainly more robust than a lot of Khurasan humanoids, but often a solid mm or two taller.
Thanks for commenting!