Demon Idol Diorama Pack (includes Demon Idol)
Otherworld Miniatures(based on 1 rating)
This is a special pack to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Otherworld Miniatures, a diorama pack inspired by the iconic cover painting of adventurers looting an evil temple. This set includes a resin casting of our original DD1 Demon Idol which is 84mm tall to the tip of its horns. It has a seperate hand/bowl piece, and is supplied with a selection of coloured gemstone eyes. The pack also includes several pewter-cast pieces; 2 thieves, a stone altar, 2 flaming braziers (only 1 shown in the photo), a seperate mini-idol, a sacrificial dagger and an iron spike for attaching the climbing thief. The Idol was sculpted by Paul Muller, the accessories by Kevin Adams.
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