This includes Vrathus Fire Giant Smith miniature files. It sits on a (76.2mm) base. It comes in 4 poses. This also comes with a two spiritual weapons (Maul & Anvil).
This miniature comes with optional presupported files for resin printing. These files come as ready to go STL files or Lychee files if you wish to edit the supports for your custom needs.
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Few craftsmen have come close to the work of the great fire giant god of smithing, Brandr. Vrathus has made it his pursuit to obtain that level of craft and even surpass it if that is even possible.
Adventurers that have found his workshop are met by the thick smokey air of the everburning forge and sounds of metal being shaped by skilled hands. He seems to always be working on a new project and when he gets visitors, he usually views it as an interruption of much more important tasks. So once adventurers have managed to pry his attention from his work, they are met with a long sigh and his deep voice reverberating through the building.
"What is so important that you felt the need to bother me?"
He makes no attempt to hide that he finds social visits annoying at best. He is not here to make friends - he wants to make legends. With having dealt with his fair share of would-be heroes thinking they deserve his craft; one may call him jaded or apathetic.
His hulking form carries the flame of his living forge within his maul that could crush most mortals in a single strike. However, once one looks past him being a fire giant with a deadly weapon - one can see that he values his craft. He wears intricate plates of armor, weaving ancient designs from giant culture and more. At all times he carries his tools - just in case.
Most of his kin are much more hostile than Vrathus. He sees very few as actual threats to his life and is willing to utterly decimate anything that threatens him or his work. He would prefer to trade his skills for wealth and materials, but only with those who are worthy to wield his craft. His greatest joy would be to craft an artifact that would be known throughout history. Like a blade that could slay a god or armour that could ward off any spell.
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