Star Wars: Darth Maul Promotional Miniature

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This unpainted metal miniature was created in 1999 as part of Wizards of the Coast's campaign to acquire the Star Wars RPG license. Sculptor Chaz Elliott did an amazing job creating the menacing Sith Lord Darth Maul.

A very small quantity were produced for promotional use at trade shows. This is the first time that they have been made available to the general public. Hurry—availability is extremely limited!

Square slot base included.

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I like the Monopoly Figures Better

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This would be a nice complement to the Monopoly figure where he is holding his double saber with both hands.


Metal rules!

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This is in my humble opinion one of the coolest Star Wars miniature ever sculpted.
The high level of detail in face and head helps creating a really threatening expression, the way the robes flap, combined with a fantastic pose adds a great deal of dynamism to the miniature. The bad note is that the blades and the hilt of the lighsaber are almost flat, making it look more like a two-bladed sword, rather than a two-bladed lighsaber.
You should notice that the miniature comes with a square base, not a round one as shown in the photo.
A really good chance to get a fabulous Darth Maul miniature, and a collectors item at a price much lower than SWM´s.
The Star Wars metal miniatures by Wizards were amazing, I would be very glad if Paizo could offer more products of this line.


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I just got this in the mail, and was wondering if anyone had any advice on what to use to attach the right hand(which holds the lightsaber) to the right arm. I have superglue, but am still fairly new to assembling and painting miniatures.

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Cato Novus wrote:
I just got this in the mail, and was wondering if anyone had any advice on what to use to attach the right hand(which holds the lightsaber) to the right arm. I have superglue, but am still fairly new to assembling and painting miniatures.

I think most minis people use Superglue, Zap-a-Gap, or similar.

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Take some time with it--test fit, file it as necessary, use some green stuff to fill in the gap where it doesn't fit true, then glue with +1 super-thin and apply accelerator. Set it aside for at least a day, then clean it up and it'll be ready for priming and paint. Drilling out Darth Maul's arm and adding a small pin will strengthen the bond and reduce the chance of the hand popping off down the road. You can find green stuff, pins, drills and everything else at your local game store or here at Paizo.

One of these will help immensely with seeing the pieces and holding them. I also recommend a small cache of tools, like these found at Paizo, especially utility knives, fine work files and a hand-drill; and a green self-healing cutting mat keeps everything clean and helps the figures stand out during detail work. A bright work lamp is a must, but be sure to use natural light or the bulb-equivalent when you start painting--the colors you mix under fluorescents will look very different under normal light.

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