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A Band of Orcs Oog with Drums

Sculpted by: Patrick Keith
Designed by:
Painted by:
Height in mm 26.0


$17.75 USD
16.33 Euros
$25.90 CAD
$26.96 AUD

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Oog likes to bang stuff, so he plays drums. Or hits unicorns over the head with boulders. Back in Hirntodia many regard Oog as, perhaps, the best unicorn poacher in the realm, for nothing makes for better drum heads than freshly cured unicorn hide. He has organized and led many expeditions into the wilds to procure the most prized skins. On one such anti-heroic hunt, a unicorn reared up and kicked him in the teeth, nearly breaking his jaw. That one now lies stretched across his bass drum eternally suffering the double bass and blast beat beatings that Oog administers as the back bone of the metal onslaught of A Band of Orcs.

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NOTE 2: All figures are cast in lead free White Metal or spincast high detail resin and due to their size and often sharp points and small pieces should be kept away from children under 14.

NOTE 3: Many figures require light assembly in order to create a dynamic pose that is impossible to cast as a single piece. We do our best to list this on the figure description but we might miss it here or there and so please be aware that some figures need a bit of super glue to put them together.

NOTE 4: Any figure with a star (*) after the sculptor's name was submitted to Impact! using our Targeted Impact agreement. This means the sculptor received no up front money for the figure and is only paid commissions of the sales of the figure.

NOTE 5: Model handing: We recommend
1. Wash the figures with any liquid soap with a degreaser agent to remove any missed mold release. Dawn dish soap and Dasty both work great for this.
2. After the figures dry you can prime the figures with any brush or spray primer.

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