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Excellent sculpting !!!
Come on now guys I still cant see what teh excitement is all about unless there is some super secret freemasonry etching on the chair.THIS DUDE HAS NOT EVEN A SWISS ARMY KNIFE TO DEFEND HIMSELF WITH.
Yes, it sure is beautiful.
As for me, a soft plastic collector, I'll suggest anyway that if the 2 animals and throne plugged down onto the base, and the King sat in his throne, I'd buy it.
I think some subjects kneeling, one or 2 prisoners in chains, others arguing points, and maybe even a Queen in her own chair, and a priest or two, to begin with, would make a great set.
As I said, I'd buy soft plastic. But regardless, the sculptor is talented!
Here's to a great 2008!
Can't see any use for it on a battlefield but that doesn't mean I don't appreciate the artistry and talent. I might buy it just to own such a pretty figure, might even be tempted to make a little diorama for display. BTW the Russian knights are gorgeous,as is the Strelets Alexander Nevsky army, and I am getting sorely tempted into buying a medieval Russian army - that mix of European and middle eastern/Byzantine like armour is just so cool - I think I must be kinky for chainmail and nasals!
i think the king would look cool inside a zvezda castle. you have to make sure you can remove a roof from a building for show, but as an extra detail, it would be very nice. after all, not all kings always fought or led armies in the field. some let their generals or right hand nobles do it. if the game objective is, 'fight your way into the castle to get the king', well, you get my drift.