Wayne Reynolds created many of the iconic characters of Pathfinder, but one of the most striking was Kyra. Like the groundbreaking film "Pitch Black," Reynolds dared to imagine a non-Christian fantasy archetype, and Kyra is (literally) from the same mold. A dark-skinned cleric wearing Middle Eastern attire worshipping an angel-goddess? Yeah, Kyra's definitely not your average cleric.
Pathfinder has made a real effort to expand beyond the traditional "Medieval white guy" roots by demonstrating the diversity of its iconics and Kyra is a prime example. An excellent sculpt for an Arabic-style priestess. You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.
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