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Reaper Bones review #93: Dita, Steampunk Witch

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Dita, Steampunk Witch


I have no idea why this miniature exists. I mean, being a steampunk witch requires a very specific set of circumstances that brings up other questions like, why a witch would go through the trouble of turning her broom all steapunk-y if she has access to technology that would most assuredly provide better alternatives for flying than riding a broom?

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Still, Bob Ridolfi's created a decent sculpt of a witch. The steampunk elements are primarily limited to her goggles and the weird metal accents on her broom, but that can be easily excused as magical attributes of a staff that happens to be a broom. Also, her left arm appears to be made of cybernetic -- excuse me, steampunk -- material.

A weird sculpt that will likely have little use in most campaigns. But if you happen to have a steampunk campaign combining witches and technology, Dita's got the market covered.

You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.

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