Definitely one of the miniatures that caught my eye before CanCon was the preview of the Chevaliere Templar (right) which had appeared on the Ex-Manus Facebook some time ago.
Happily it is now in production - so what's it like?
Does it match up to the Green sculpt?
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Last weekend was CanCon, Australia's largest table-top gaming convention where I picked up a few new minis, plus a couple of older ones.
One of the brand new miniatures is from Ex-Manus Studios, who we looked at a little while ago, so I was eager to see some of the miniatures previewed at SMASH! in the flesh... white metal if you prefer!
The overall look of the Chevaliere Templar is very transferable to many games systems. She could be a guard in a 40K Inquisitor party, the overseer of some dignitory in Mercs or maybe even a priestess in any dystopian or Steampunk games system.
I blu-taced the arm for this shot but there is a small amount of movement possible once you glue it,. so a small amount of variety can be had with the one figure.
The face is very well done too, feminine but also elegant and strong.
I can't find this mini on the Ex-Manus website, but i'm sure it will be up soon. They sold out at CanCon (I got the last one!) so supplies may be limited right now.
Well done Ex-Manus - looking forward to seeing more to compliment this one.