Glorfindel: 2 different ways

I bet you were thinking I was one of the lucky 2 people in the world that got a Forgeworld Glorfindel when they released a few days ago, right? Haha, no such luck. As much as I would have loved to have a new sculpt of one of my favourite characters from the books, the all-powerful Elf was just out of reach. I have been painting up my GW metal minis however, the figures having been sitting in my pile for some time.

First off is the armoured figure, Glorfindel in the armour of Gondolin. There isn’t much to say about this one; he’s decked out in similar armour to Erestor, and I painted him in inverted colours from my other Rivendell Elves. As such, his garments are closer to how I have painted Cirdan, with the grey cloak and green skirting.

Secondly is the unarmoured Glorfindel; this one came in a pack with Gildor, and although he is a bit strange in terms of sword size and face proportions, he’s an alright mini. He was fun to paint, and again I used the inverted colours to make him stand out ever so slightly from the rank-and-file, as well as tying in with their scheme.

In gaming terms, Glorfindel has the Lord of the West rule, allowing him to re-roll a D6 in a duel. He also has Unbending Resolve, which allows him to roll two extra dice while trying to resist spells. In summation, he’s a bit of a beast, and a comfortable choice to lead my Rivendell Elves.

That’s all for this time, anyways. Thanks for reading, and I hope you’re doing well. Take care.

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