Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Mythic Legions - LUCRETIA!

Mythic Legions: Advent of Decay - Lucretia (Illythias Brood) - Four Horsemen 2018

I love vampire lore. It's pretty rare when there is a vampire story on television, on the silver screen, or in books that I don't appreciate on some level. I like everything from the scary and monstrous to the eye-rolling and romantic. And female vampires get even more love from me, but they are predictably much less prevalent. Up until this Mythic Legions Lucretia figure, I don't think I had ever seen a female vampire in the style of Count Orlok (from Nosferatu 1922); a more demonic, inhuman looking design. Females are usually vampy, goth, gorgeous, and ultimately human-looking which I certainly don't mind, but I never realized how awesome a demonic-bat character could look. She's quite possibly the most wicked-looking figure in my collection. And just imagine how epic she could look with white demon/dragon wings! I'm becoming very obsessed with these Mythic Legions figures. I still can't believe it took a quarantine to finally convince me to crack them open. (Sooooo many more to go). Let's check out Lucretia!

Lucretia comes with shoulderpads, a sword, a shortsword, a dagger w/sheath, a sash/belt to hold the dagger scabbard, and connecting pieces for back add-ons.

She also comes with a soft goods cloak. I honestly had a lot of trouble getting this cloak to fit on the figure and look remotely decent. My best guess was to fold the sides over to line up the holes and then pin the cape to her shoulders using the pegs from the shoulder armor.

Time for a Comparison Pic!


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