Reaper Miniatures Bathalian Exarch #50062 Chronoscope Unpainted RPG D&D Figure

Reaper Miniatures Bathalian Exarch #50062 Chronoscope Unpainted RPG D&D Figure

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  • Found in Reaper Miniatures' Categories: Warlord, Darkspawn, Chronoscope, Sci-Fi
  • Unpainted Metal Miniature
  • Figure sculpted by artist Kevin Williams
Bathalian Exarch
Sculpted by artist: Kevin Williams

Chronoscope Bones
  • 25mm heroic scale fantasy miniatures
  • Integral (built-in) bases
  • Unpainted polymer models
  • Durable and ready to paint right out of the package
Bones miniatures from Reaper Miniatures are made from a polymer plastic and stand atop a built-in base. The miniatures come unpainted, are as detailed as metal figures, and are light-weight, slightly flexible and very durable. You can remove mold lines, reshape bent parts, cut off the built-in base, and paint the miniature straight out of the package (using miniature paint lines such as Reaper's Master Series or Master Series HD lines of paint, or you may use artist's acrylic paints). You can also cut the figures apart to convert them into different poses or change weapons.
Caution: Adult supervision required while working with sharp objects and hot surfaces when modifying figure.

Found in Reaper Miniatures' Categories: Warlord, Darkspawn, Chronoscope, Sci-Fi

Please Note
This unpainted figure requires assembly. Glue or putty required, not included.

Learn more about Reaper Miniatures

Main CategoryTabletop Miniatures
Sub CategoryFigures
Product LineChronoscope
MaterialMetal
BrandReaper Miniatures

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MPN50062
UPC762486500626
Minimum Age14 Years
Made inUnited States
Ship Weight2 Ounces
State of AssemblyUnassembled
Character FamilyChronoscope
Number of Pieces1 Figure

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