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Minera – Mother of Creation
Minera was the first being of her expanse of space and time. A vast void originally, she gave shape to herself and the void through emotions. Sorrowful tears of loneliness filled the void with sea, glee and laughter gave light to the sky as stars. A great shout of joy saw the rise of Glanbeli, the moon. Her loneliness propelled her to create Glanion, the Sun to alight her world and give it colour. This still continued in fashion with the creation of the Dormeni, her children and the great landmasses that sprawled the void.
They continued wandering the boundless plains of sea for many years, until Minera who tired of constantly bringing them back to its centre, folded the plane to a defined shape. This exhausted her and in the process she unleashed a great deal of Breath, which later could fuel the world for all years to come in its sources of magical power. With this act she designed a place to slumber in a resting hall deep under the sea, where she stayed in stasis for many years.
Only at the cries of Mindoriel’s severed arm did she awaken as Mindoriel cried in pain, Glanion having severed the arm of her land that had collided into Tharador’s as the two siblings fought over the morality of mortality. Having caused great pain to her brother and his children, Minera banished her daughter to the depths of the world, taking her to the loneliest place at the world’s most southern end. There she froze Mindoriel in place and went back to sleep, though now dreamwalks in her slumber to watch over the world to ensure nothing so evil might happen again.
Our models are conceived on paper and then bought to life as concept art by our dedicated arts team. These concepts are then passed on to our sculptors who meticulously create the stunning models we offer.
32mm and 75mm variants
Whether its tabletop adventures, or having a larger canvas to paint, we ensure we supply both 32mm and 75mm of every model and base.
Supports can be tricky. We’ve always found the best way to learn is to try and try again. However we understand adding supports isn’t for everyone. That’s why all our models have pre-supported and un-supported variants.