It's curious that with the transition of lizardmen to lizardfolk that there was no snakefolk. There are yuan-ti, which come in a variety of humanoid and non-humanoid forms, but for some reason snakefolk get a cultural sheen that lizardfolk don't.
In any case, Julie Guthrie's warrior would be classified as a Yuan-Ti abomination, the kind with mostly snake features and humanoid arms. Snakes don't normally have an expression, but this one looks kind of cute. A suitable bow-wielding yuan-ti. You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.
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