Eowyn was a lady of Rohan and also a shieldmaiden. She disguised herself with a helm and armour (using the name Dernhelm) to join the army sent to defeat the armies of Mordor that was attacking Minas Tirith, Gondor's capital city.
During that fierce battle of the Plennor Fields she saw King Theoden being attacked by the Witch-king on a flying Fell-beast. She confronted the mighty Nazgul and chopped off the head of the reptilian Fell-beast. Merry Brandybuck then stabbed the leg of the Nazgul with his magical sword (designed to harm the Witch-king), weakening him to mortal weapons, and Eowyn struck the final blow to end that creatures existance. She nearly died from her wounds and the poisonous aura of the Nazgul but was revived later in the Houses of Healing.
Only 100 of these figures are produced. This is the 191st release in the Gold Status Fellowship club. This was the winning idea from July 2021 and was submitted by Fellowship member "gilgaladtolkien". This is the third fully resin figure, undercoated with matt grey primer. It is created in one piece. The base has the manufacturer name, MITHRIL, date and number on the sides of the base and also has the product number, copyright name and date and manufacturer name on bottom. It measures 21mm in length, and is about 35mm in height from the base to the top of Eowyn's head.
This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.
- Release Date:
- November 2022
- Primed and requires no assembly.
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Conceived in its own glory
This figure shows Eowyn standing thoughtfully over the beast's severed head, not realizing what she has actually done. Beautiful!
MZ703 LORD OF THE RINGS 'EOWYN™ WITH THE HEAD OF THE FELL-BEAST' RESIN MINIATURE.
Another very nice figure that is crisply cast in resin. Eowyn can be displayed as a stand-alone figure, or (with minor conversion work) combined with Mithril’s MB279 – The Lord of the Nazgul boxed set to re-create the iconic scene from The Battle of the Pelennor Fields. I am a great fan of the resin castings as my sole aim is to paint the figures and where possible incorporate them into small dioramas/vignettes.
The design is as usual amazing and the attention to details is impressing. However I miss the metal a wee bit. The pewter minis felt heavy and solid if you know what I mean. Nonetheless highly recommended for any figure fans and collectors.