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Argoth, The Fate of the Last LongClaw Dragon

Created by Spirit of Resin's Avatar Spirit of Resin

Hi everyone, here is the late Pledge of our latest Kickstarter campaign. In this campaign we feature two dioramas of an epic battle between a Noble Knight and the Last Long Claw Dragon Argoth. You will be the one to choose the fate of the two challengers, choosing one of the two dioramas, or maybe letting the tales about the end of the epic battle get lost in the Legends, choosing the Tier that includes both Dioramas!

Each Diorama Miniature also has an independent base, so you can also use the Miniatures in your favorite board games.

Find the link below to reach the Kickstarter page of the project, and read everything in detail, as well as a little history of this Epic Clash. Thanks to all those who have supported this project, and to those who will support it through Late Pledge! 

Greetings, 

Stefano, Spirit of Resin

Argoth, The Fate of the Last LongClaw Dragon

Created by Spirit of Resin's Avatar Spirit of Resin

Pledges

5 backers

USD 4.00

Includes 1 product

You will receive the Diorama Fall of Argoth. 
The Miniatures are in 32mm Heroic scale.
The Miniatures of Argoth and Theyla also have an indipendent base, for use the models on you favorite Tabletop Games

18 backers

USD 4.00

Includes 1 product

You will receive the Diorama Rise of Argoth. 
The Miniatures are in 32mm Heroic scale.
The Miniatures of Argoth and Theyla also have an indipendent base, for use the models on you favorite Tabletop Games

708 backers

USD 6.00

Includes 2 products

You will receive the Diorama Rise of Argoth an the Diorama Fall of Argoth
The Miniatures are in 32mm Heroic scale.
The Miniatures of Argoth and Theyla also have an indipendent base, for use the models on you favorite Tabletop Games

Add-ons

USD 6.00

3.8 inch base.

Model split in different Part.

USD 2.00

32 mm Format.

 

USD 6.00

Two versions of he Left Leg.

One joined to the base to give solidity to the model, and another divided by the rock, to place the model on a support of your choice or creation.