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    Gorgon Miniatures

    Anyone have a recommendation for a miniature to use for the Gorgon in the 28-30mm range?

    I'm thinking about a Minotaur as a proxy, but I'd like something as impressive/close as possible.
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    While I can't specifically give you a model, surely you could adapt a demon or something similar?

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    I can't remember the name of the miniature; but there is a Gorgon Appearing miniature that I believe is still sold...I think.

    It may be Baphomet, or some such demon/devil.

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    I am presuming that the Ral Partha Gorgon is either the wrong size or too hard to find?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorontar View Post
    I am presuming that the Ral Partha Gorgon is either the wrong size or too hard to find?
    It's been out of print for years and near impossible to find.
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    Leaning toward Guros from Reaper Minis without the wings:


    http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStor...sku-down/14067
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    if you cut/snap off the wings it will perfectly do

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    That is an excellent miniature!

    You could even play with the whip a bit and replace it with the blade of a khopesh or something too!

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    I use the Games Workshop LOTR model for Sauron the dark lord

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