Full Metal Fantasy: Sir Ekkrion Ganis, Paladin of the Wall
Wearing ancient armor crafted generations ago and wielding his massive holy sword, the paladin of Menoth is an instrument of His might and mercy. Divinely touched by the Creator, the fearless holy warrior's aura of courage emboldens the faithful, while his steadfast assault smites evil where it hides. After battle, the paladin's healing hands banish both wounds and disease. His power is tempered only by his humility as he walks Immoren under the grace of Menoth.
Miniatures are unpainted and may need some assembly.
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