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MZ684 Lord of the Rings 'FOLCA™ and the Great Boar of EVERHOLT™' Fellowship vignette

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SKU:
MZ684
UPC:
0735930304729
Condition:
New
Weight:
200.00 Grams

Folca was the son of King Walda and was known as a great hunter. He sought out and killed the monstrous Boar of Everholt but died from wounds from its lethal tusks.
The Boar inhabited Everholt in the Firien Wood, around the feet of the Halifirien in the White Mountains.

This is the 172nd release in the Gold Status Fellowship club and was February 2020's Winning idea. It was suggested by 'hsf62'. The base is 84mm in length. The figures are 32mm scale. There are five parts in this piece (i.e.: base, Folca's body, Folca's arm with spear, boar and shield.) All parts are made of an alloy of tin and lead.

This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.

Range:
Fellowship club
Race:
Human (Folca), Boar
Release Date:
October 2020
Scale:
32mm
Figure weight (including sprue):
180 Grams
Condition:
Unprimed and does require assembly.

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  • 5
    Folca and the Great Boar of Everholt

    Posted by Bryan Rogers on 4th Nov 2020

    A very characterful vignette that conveys the action and emotion of Folca's fatal battle with the great boar. The figures - the boar in particular - are well sculpted and cast. Very pleased with this figure and I would recommend it for those wishing to bring scenes from Middle Earth to life with painted miniatures.

  • 5
    MZ684 Lord of the Rings 'FOLCA™ and the Great Boar of EVERHOLT™' Fellowship vignette

    Posted by Mr David Daines on 2nd Nov 2020

    Mithril’s latest release, MZ684, Folca and the Great Boar of Everholt Fellowship Vignette, really is a cracker of a miniature. The figures in the scene compliment each other nicely in a ‘dance to the death’, with a mortally wounded Folca standing over his slain horse, facing up to the huge Boar of Everholt as it gores the horse. The figures are crisply cast with the boar being a single casting as is the base which also has the dead horse cast on it. The figure of Folca is nicely detailed with a separate sprue that contains his spear arm and shield. The only minus point I would suggest, is that the horse is a little bit small, but I only noticed that because it was pointed out. Overall, one of the best releases because of the subject matter.