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Suggestions for Yuan-ti pureblood minis?

Gleep Wurp

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Not the pre-paints that exist, but good minis that work as yuan-ti pureblood. I can just paint some humans green, but I think a pureblood yuan-ti would better have a snakey (but not snake) look. bald head or not much hair, large snakey eyes, or some other snake idea. Scales/ forked tongue. It would be subtle at scale. There is a Reaper monk figure for Pathfinder that is kinda what I'm thinking of. but I was wondering if people had ideas for more.

this is the look I'm going for


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There are a couple in older D&D painted minis that I've seen which could work for a yuan-ti pureblood...though these ones are all male.

Harbinger #47 Human Thug http://www.minisgallery.com/dnd/ddm/ddm1/ddm1_humanthug.jpg
Dragoneye #6 Lion Falcon Monk http://www.minisgallery.com/dnd/ddm/ddm2/ddm2_lionfalconmonk.jpg
Dragoneye #9 Stonechild http://www.minisgallery.com/dnd/ddm/ddm2/ddm2_stonechild.jpg
Archfiends #19 Ialdabode, Human Psion http://www.minisgallery.com/dnd/ddm/ddm3/ddm3_ialdabodehumanpsion_old.jpg
Giants of Legend #39 Scarlet Brotherhood Monk http://www.minisgallery.com/dnd/ddm/ddm4/ddm4_scarletbrotherhoodmonk_old.jpg


[MENTION=6906785]Gleep Wurp[/MENTION] Also, I just saw a bunch of yuan-ti purebloods for sale on miniaturemarket.com


You might try looking for medusas, githyanki and vampires... possibly even doppelgangers. They should be just not-quite-human enough to read as yuan-ti if painted in snake color schemes.

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