Xeryell, AVATAR of the Dominion of Hatred is 210mm tall, that is, over 8.3 inches from floor to the highest point. Lovingly designed with brilliant details, this huge model will be a fantastic addition to your army and a dream to paint. This massive miniature is one of the biggest demons you'll likely ever have on your table.
"When the Avatar of Xeryell stomps the earth with her hoofed foot, no mortal can resist the wave of terror that engulfs the battlefield: few warriors will see tomorrow once they've faced the pure hatred embodied by this god-like creature, and no human mind can witness this fury and rage without being branded by it forever..."
Note: no base is provided. The minimum base size would be 90mm.
Leader of the Dominion of Hatred, Xeryell can manifest in various sizes. She can move with her troops in her Lady form in the size of a regular human. She lets her wrath blow and grow to her demon-sized Queen form. She manifests in her full form when she transforms into a massive Avatar and, like a greater god or demon, she dwarfs everything on the battleground...
The Dominion of Hatred is one faction of the Corrupted Sisters:
The Corrupted Sisters
They had been forgotten in space for too many years...
Aboard the Ark, drifting in space, meant to bring back to Cathedra what was left of life on Earth, a sample of each gene and each book, idea, data that they could salvage from the ravaged Earth.
Trapped in the void of space, the Sisters of the Ark turned into something unexpected. What dark and foul mystery took place inside the ship?
When the Ark reached its final destination, and its bulkhead doors opened, what came out had been corrupted by seven dark damnations. The crew of the ship had become the Corrupted Sisters, split into seven evil dominions...
What a beautiful miniature. Well "miniature" doesn't quit fit the bill. This thing is HUGH! Like really massive! But when looking at it, it doesn't feel any bulky or too big. It's absolutely gorgeous and well proportioned.
The kit comes in a relatively small amount of pieces, which are pretty good for a resin cast. The pieces take a small bit of "fiddeling" to fit them in place but no piece took me longer than a minute or so to clean off excess resin and strip a bit here an there. Some of the bits are huge chunks of resin, like all the extremities and the body itself. Each wing is made of two separate pieces which hide the "contact points" pretty well and they can easily be build and painted in sub assembly.
The only thing that could be better are the building instructions. The manual itself is ok at best, but finding out which bit is which is quite stressful and you have to look sharply, dry-fit, look sharply again and best dry-fit again before gluing because none of the bits are actually labeled. You have to identify them by their shape. On a Miniature 100,- € and above gluing the wrong foot to wrong leg just because the manual wasn't top notch is a hard pill to swallow. If you have build non-labeled resin miniatures before you will probably be ok, but this thing is definitely not a beginner miniature!
If you can manage with this issue, this is a clear buying advice!