Pathfinder Battles—Rusty Dragon Inn: Half-Elf Enchanter

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Featuring friends and foes from the world of Golarion, the Rusty Dragon Inn expansion introduces 51 unique figures for your Pathfinder Battles miniatures campaign.

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The enchanter is an interesting concept. It has a very Harry Potter feel to it. But there are a few things that I'm not too fond with. The colors especially; the pink hair and the pastel coat scream more clown than wizard. I like the wand wielding but I don't like the pose; it is too conductor like. I'd more likely to use this miniature as a circus ring leader than as an adventuring wizard.

Wipe that smug smile off your face, you bastard!


**Special Note For Anyone Using My Review**
1. I review individual miniatures based on their quality, not what I think their rarity slot should be.

I've seen a couple reviews that, after praising a piece with a solid sculpt and paint job, knock down the rating a couple stars seemingly because they feel it would fit a better rarity slot. That is nonsense to me. I don't think it helps anyone looking at reviews trying to determine the actual quality of a piece in hand. I keep that type of conversation reserved for Erik's weekly Friday Preview blog or the review of the set as a whole.

2. For those new to pre-painted miniatures, please understand that no piece is going to look as close to quality as the digital 3D render. It just isn't going to happen. Think of the renders as what to expect conceptually. But in practice digital renders don't have to deal with real world techniques such as shading, washing, and other methods used to make a miniature look more than just a shiny cartoon once it is on the table. **

My Official Grade For Half-Elf Enchanter:

Quality of Sculpt: 2 out of 2 Stars:
It's really nice to see miniatures that aren't bogged down with thousands of items. This sculpt is very well done, and also very open, thanks to his pose. Because there is less to work with overall, what is there needs to be very well done on a rare miniature. That's the case here, as the sculpt itself is really well done with the pants, boots and front of his coat. His face is also sculpted well, giving him a bit of a haughty look to him.

I like the rod, as it can pass for a rod, wand or conductor's baton.

Quality of Paint Job: 2 out of 2 Stars:
The color application is rather fantastic. I'm as equally impressed with his pants as well as his high boots. The white frock on his shirt is great, as is the gold lapels on the front of his coat. The color scheme with the hair is great, and there is no obvious run-on, drips, or other blotches anywhere on my piece.

A great face on this guy, with eyes, nose, mouth and ears all clearly visible and well done.

Overall appeal and usefulness: 1 out of 1 Star:
This is definitely one of the better Half-Elf miniatures, and a top-five noble miniature, too. The color choices (purple and gold!) really fit the look of this character well. He screams haughty, high-elf or half-elf noble or lord.

Bonus points for being a discernible Elf. You can clearly see his pointy ears, meaning you can use him as an Elf or Half-Elf. Good looking Elf miniatures are somewhat of a rarity in the Pathfinder Battles line.

My Advice For Cherry Pickers:
Do you want a high born noble or lord? A male miniature that can easily pass as either an elf or half-elf? Do you just want the lead musician in a lord's personal band? How about a haughty NPC elf with a smug smile about to surprise everyone by dropping a spell on the enemy (or the party) with his wand? Are you playing a spoiled brat PC still capable of getting the job done in the magic department? There are so many different ways this guy can be used, I don't think I'd pass on him.

Don't sleep on him. He's already gone from some of the third party sites, so if you want him at an affordable price, make sure you catch him when Paizo puts him back up for sale.

Excellent job on face


Another mini in this set that I was pleasantly surprised by. Recommend if you can find.

Enchanting indeed!


While I may question the clothing choice -- a purple tailed jacket? -- I have to say that the character herself is well done. The face is distinct with no bleeding of color and eyes and mouth in the right place and slightly pointed ears. The only wave towards this being an "enchanter" and not a noble or town guard or whatnot is the wand in her hand. Otherwise this mini could stand in for a wide assortment of classes and tasks.

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