The Lossoth were a small group of people that dwelt on the shores of the Ice bay of Forochel, beyond the northern borders of ancient Arnor. They hunted with bow and spear, and domesticated animals like elk to help draw their sleds over the snow and ice. They wore clothes made from skins that were highly decorated with abstract patterns and borders.
This is the 170th release in the Gold Status Fellowship club and was September 2018's Winning idea. It was suggested by 'Mornedhel'. The base is 99mm in length. The figures are 32mm scale. There are ten parts in this piece (i.e.: base, elk body, elk head and separate antlers, lossoth hunter body, sled, bow, spear with attached arm and quiver with arrows.) The large base is made with an alloy of Tin and Lead and all the other parts are Pewter (mostly Tin with a few percent of zinc and antimony).
This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.
- Fellowship club
- Human (Lossoth), Elk
- Release Date:
- August 2020
- Figure weight (including sprue):
- 130 Grams
- Unprimed and does require assembly.
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Reindeer in Finland
I love snow dioramas. And this vignette will be very good for one small project!
MZ665 LORD OF THE RINGS 'LOSSOTH™ HUNTER WITH ELK DRAWN SLED' FELLOWSHIP VIGNETTE
A lovely miniature that will fit very well into a diorama, or as a stand-alone piece for Collectors who like to display miniatures straight out of the ‘box’. The sculpting is very nicely done and the elk itself is very well rendered with well-defined details. I’m not sure why the elk’s head and neck are cast separately from the body, but I guess it is to do with the casting process. The antlers may be a bit fiddly to attach, but they are nicely done and in scale to the elk. All in all a very nice addition to the range and it will complement other Lossoth and associated figures if so desired.