Leo_Negri wrote:Really? This not a bad figure by any means but the best? How so?
This is now the 3rd or 4th prepainted, plastic lich figure I have and it is easily the best of them. Wizkids has come along way since they first produced a lich mini for Mage Knight in the Lancers expansion.
I agree with Leo. most Lich figures look like mummies or zombies with robes and/or armor on. They don't look like powerful creatures. This one does. The head is also disfigured just enough that it doesn't look like a human skeleton head. plus the attention t detail in the paint helps tremendously..
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That is all true, however my new lich currently has a folded-up piece of tissue paper on him. He came holding his goat's-head staff in front of his face, like a mask on a stick, so I'm using the tissue to hold it straight off to the side in the hope that it'll learn to stay that way.
If you're having trouble keeping the staff in the right position, gently heat the figure by dipping it in hot water or heat it with a blow dryer until it becomes slightly bendy, reposition the staff, and dip the mini in ice-cold water for a few minutes. This should lock the staff into its correct shape.
I got this piece yesterday and I was beyond excited. Then I noticed the one small yet neat little problem, it has succubus printed on the bottom not lich. So my question is this a common glitch or a super rare find?
Incorrect bases are a reasonably common glitch with this set I believe. You'd find more info in the case experience thread I imagine, but I for instance, received a Medusa disguised as an Elf Wizard! (Elf Wizard mini, Medusa base)