Norgol is another one of those wicked-looking characters that clearly communicates he's not on the side of the good guys merely by standing there. In the spirit of Christmas, I've described Norgol in Seussian rhyme:
Norgol hated good -- chaos and law. Nobody knows what was the final straw.
It could be, perhaps, he had too many skulls, on shins and on axes and buckles and belts.
Or it could be that his horns were hard to conceal, which looked great for evil but had no good appeal.
Whatever the reason -- his horns or his axe -- it's clear that his life was committed to hacks:
of good necks and good wrists and good heads galore, old Norgol had plenty of violence in store.
But when asked of his title, the answer Nor gave, was "not mine but yours for an iron grave."
An excellent sculpt for a knight with an axe. You can order this miniature at Noble Knight Games:
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