This is my new LOTR Sigg Fig: Dráinir Steelhelmet from the Loneley Mountain. He fought as a young dwarf in the battle of Azanulbizar, where he rescued his friend Thorin Oakenshield, when an orc hit him from behind and he was also one of the Dwarves, who escaped, when Smaug attacked Erebor. After that he went to the Ironhills, where he lived until the Battle of the Five Armies. He fought bravely, but the dwarves were not enough and the orcs killed his friend Thorin. He tried to rescue the dwarven king, but there were too many enemies between them. He fought bravely, but his strenght left him. He fell down, but he wasn't killed, because Beorn came and defeated Bolg and his soldiers. After the battle was done he and the other dwarves returned to the kingdom under the mountain, where they became rich and happy. During the war of the Ring he was member of Elrond's council. He lived there for serveral months and fought together with his friends Eredain (Aidan Moon), Suiouthon (Mark Murphy) and a Dunadain of the North (Mark E)
Ok Michael, for him in SoF I'm keeping the key features, beard, helm, and some form of armour beneath the beard. I won't be able to use those shoulder plates, since I don't know where u got them or anytihn of the like.
Awesome work Michael! Yes you'll definitely need a figure for the new comic series, just give the same info again. Obviously it won't be a spirit character this time as I'll have to kill you off later so you don't have 2 people at once
I come back from being dead for what seems to be amonth and find this. He is amazzzing! You now are making me have to make one. I have been dead because my mom was sick and i couldnt see her but i'm back with internet andam loving life again!!!!! I hope to add 10 new creations this weekend?!(Skeptical)
Michael, the rules for judging the Olympian contest are to judge how good you think the Olympians are. You give 1 point, .5 or 0 to each Olympian depending on how well it represents the true deities. The surroundings don't count unless it represents symbols of that god or goddess. The final score will be ?/12.
These are brilliant and they have an interesting background story.
Hast du mal "Die Zwerge" von Marcus Heitz gelesen? Zwerge sind die größten^^.
Weißt du eigentlich was aus dem Tintenfisch-contest geworden ist? Du bist doch da Admin.