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Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace
Dark Magister workplace

Dark Magister workplace

Serial: 126-1
14.5 USD
on demand

The estimated delivery date: 29 April

The Dark Magister's set, while perhaps titled for a wizard of evil alignment, can nonetheless be painted for any sort of magician, scribe, or medieval academic or researcher. The miniature set itself consists of four pieces: a comfortable chair, a two-piece desk, and a sprue of accessories. The desk is the desk itself, and a backing board (which you could also use as a generic wooden wall section for another diorama). The accessories are a quill stand, an inkwell, a candle, a wooden stein, and a bottle of wine. The desk is a trove of eccentricity: a small chest, various potentially ominous books, a preserved hand, a skull in a bowl, an odd octohedronal quill-holder, potion bottles, some leaning books, a small cask of reading material, an important-looking sealed scroll, several less-important scrolls crammed into a recess, an important cup, all centered around an open book. The desk itself has a number of brass-knobbed drawers and a metallic lining.


Made of resin.

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Cedric Chin

The Dark Magister's set, while perhaps titled for a wizard of evil alignment, can nonetheless be painted for any sort of magician, scribe, or medieval academic or researcher. The miniature set itself consists of four pieces: a comfortable chair, a two-piece desk, and a sprue of accessories. The desk is the desk itself, and a backing board (which you could also use as a generic wooden wall section for another diorama). The accessories are a quill stand, an inkwell, a candle, a wooden stein, and a bottle of wine. (The quill stand, by the way, can alternately be painted as a potted plant!) The desk is a trove of eccentricity: a small chest, various potentially ominous books, a preserved hand, a skull in a bowl, an odd octohedronal quill-holder, potion bottles, some leaning books, a small cask of reading material, an important-looking sealed scroll, several less-important scrolls crammed into a recess, an important cup, all centered around an open book. The desk itself has a number of brass-knobbed drawers and a metallic lining.

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