These paragons are the named character variants for Relicblade. Of course I had to have them.
These are a fun way to revisit existing character types.
I love the bear. Especially the shared chest piece with the druid form. I went for a polar bear look.
I wish Lady Aurelia was more distinct from the regular version. Maybe she could get a giant mace instead of a sword. Or, even better, have a sword sheathed on her back, because she’s delivering a Writ of Justice.
Here we are at the last of the latest Relicblade Kickstarter, the Gnome Magister. Of course, it took me long enough that now there are some new Paragon models. But that is for the future.
The Magic Carpet is a mount, so technically the Magister could be mounted on the Shadowfox or Ibex. I decided to skip the magnetizing thing for this time. At some point I hope to buy another and convert the legs to better fit on one of those creatures.
Part of the latest Relicblade Kickstarter was resculpting some of the oldest models. So here we have new versions of the Temple of Justice.
The Questing Knight was my favorite of the original bunch. At first I wasn’t too sure about the new one. But the detail on the armor won me over.
I totally dig these dragonmen. Give me more.
Last time I painted the whole weapon as if it were made of spirit magic. This time, I decided it was a (relatively) normal weapon, being used by magic.
The rogue was my least favorite of the original set, at least in part due to my paint job. So why did I choose the same color scheme? Oh well, at least the shoes and kneepads are more different than the skin.