Mrs. Bard and I went to the big city this past week, and I could not resist the temptation of game store delights only a mighty metropolis can offer. While there I snagged some D&D minis pre-painted figures including...
A Goristro ("Goristros are huge demons resembling a man with the head of a bison. Goristros are rude and violent enemies, often employed on the battlefield by demon lords as siege engines.");
Also a War Devil ("Champions of the Nine Hells, war devils obey only pit fiends and archdevils. They also lead lesser devils in forays against those who stand in the way of their masters’ plans. War devils brought to the mortal world sometimes arise as warmasters or generals, leading the armies of evil mortal tyrants.");
And finally a Sivak Draconian ("Sivak Draconians come from the eggs of silver dragons and are the largest of all draconians, ranging from seven to nine feet in height.")
Most likely these will all end up being demon troops of one sort or another for a Song of Blades and Heroes battle at some point down the line.
Also new (waiting on my front step upon my return), and visible in the photos, are the pre-painted "Battlefield in a Box" river sections I recently ordered, along with an Italeri stone bridge which I put together and painted a few weeks ago. These will do double duty for fantasy battles and for my WWII project.