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Reaper Bones review #47: Autumn Bronzeleaf, Female Elf Wizard

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Autumn Bronzeleaf, Female Elf Wizard

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Sculptor Jeff Grace has created a technically accurate female elf. But the wizard part of her title is a bit of a stretch. She's holding a crooked wooden staff in one hand that looks more like a branch -- that accoutrement alone pushes Autumn from "wizard" to "druid" territory. Also, let's be honest, with a name like Autumn Bronzeleaf, pursuing a woodland path is pretty much a fait accompli. (Although it would be hilarious to have a non-player character who looks like Autumn Bronzeleaf but is actually a staff-wielding martial artist.)

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Titles aside, Autumn's just resting with her wooden staff. She doesn't believe in wearing a lot of clothes either, but casters can get away with that.

I painted Autumn blonde (only now does it occur to me that maybe I should have painted her hair an autumn color) and used woodland green tones for what little attire she has. You can order this sculpt at Noble Knight Games.

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