At first glance, I would have thought Seoni was a druid. I'm not entirely sure why this is, but it might have something to do with the flowing attire and staff she's wielding. Wielding a staff usually the figure is a caster, but since she doesn't have a broad-brimmed hat or flowing robes, druid seems like the next logical choice. No matter, Bob Ridolfi's sculpt follows Wayne Reynold's (WAR) art closely, although in fact she's in a far more dynamic than WAR's.
As always, WAR has a lot of sleeves that cover wrists and ankles and seem impractically attached. This isn't obvious when Seoni stands still, but in a pose like this miniature, it looks like her clothes might just slough off her any second.
Despite those quibbles, Seoni's pose makes her an interesting miniature that stands out from the typical sorceresses and druid types. You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.
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