The Elder Scrolls Call to Arms Adventurer Followers


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A strong right arm is needed to forge a path to fame and glory. JENASSA is the perfect blade for hire and VORSTAG swings his axe for coin, while MJOLL THE LIONESS strides into battle for a worthy cause. Sparks fly and enemies die whenever MARCURIO enters the fray, and DERKEETHUS hews the enemy as well as any vein of ore he’d mine.


For use with Elder Scrolls: A Call to Arms Miniatures Core Rules Set

This set contains five 32mm scale high quality multi-part resin miniatures with bases. Requires some assembly. Supplied unpainted.

Contents
1 x Jenassa, Mercenary Archer
1 x Mjoll, The Lioness
1 x Marcurio, Adventuring Mage
1 x Derkeethus, Goldenrock Miner
1 x Vorstag, Freelance Adventurer
5 x Scenic Bases

This set is supported by The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms - Chapter One Card Pack – Civil War which includes all the character cards, new gear, quests and more!

Requires the Elder Scrolls Call to Arms Core Rules Box 

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Warning: This is not a toy. Not suitable for Children under 14 years of age. Choking hazard due to small parts.

 

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Brian
Incredible detail, but have some technical issues

Like the other kits in this line, the details on these models are fantastic. Individual buttons and buckles can still be picked out with a brush, and painting them takes only a few hours per model, which is great.

There's some technical issues I have to bring up, though. The incredibly soft resin means all the weapons were warped, requiring some work to straighten them out. Every model was covered in so much flash it took 10-15 minutes to scrape it all off, and sometimes I didn't realize I'd missed some until I was into the painting process! There were also numerous mold tabs attached to the models that made removing them without damaging details on the models essentially impossible. It was especially bad on any shields or bases.

After encountering these issues with both adventurers' kits, I'm probably going to stick with plastic after this, where possible.

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Dan
Extremely happy purchase

These models are fantastic.
The sculpts just feel ripped straight out of the game, and the extra touch of having them on scenic bases is an effort that really drives home that Skyrim feel.
The resin is amazing, compared to citadel finecast it appears more detailed to my eye and is infinitely more pleasurable to work with. I find far, far less miscasts, warping or bubbles than I have with the similarly priced Games Workshop resin. It’s got a nice firmness to it that doesn’t feel quite as brittle as you sometimes get in resin models, not that I’m suggesting bending parts at all 😅
I bought the starter set when it first came out and was surprised at how high quality everything was, since then I have been a big Modiphius convert over my old Warhammer hobby. The quality in their releases has not dipped once in the period since they released the starter set, and I will be buying every new release because I could not be more satisfied with the purchases I have made of these Skyrim figures, and also the fallout ones.
I’m having to copy this review across the call to arms purchases I’ve made, but it is a fair representation of each and every product.

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