Elsa from Disney’s Frozen in an ice armour. Inspired by an Ask I can’t manage to track down.
— Simon Goinard
Devoted Avenger of the Dominion
I just got my copies of our June Pathfinder products, and if you like fantasy art of badass ladies in reasonable armor, which I do, this is an excellent month. The art above is from Numeria: Land of Fallen Stars (I’ve linked below to the deviantart source for each image so you can check out these artists’ other work — the first image is by Carlos Villa, and the second two are by Jon Neimeister). Check out Lady Sophronia in Pathfinder #82: Secrets of the Sphinx and Tarrin Dars in The Emerald Spire for some more formidable female fighters. :-)
Caroliss Mineran, a paladin from Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars. Art by Carlos Villa (http://zano.deviantart.com/art/Caroliss-Mineran-463409483).
Technic League Hireling from Numeria, Land of Fallen Stars. Art by Jon Neimeister (http://andantonius.deviantart.com/art/Technic-League-Hireling-463067284).
Wayward Crusader from Numeria: Land of Fallen Stars. Art by Jon Neimeister (http://andantonius.deviantart.com/art/Wayward-Crusader-463066852).
Playing a fighter in dnd, is alot more fun…. Now in 5th edition…
Hi folks! So I was visiting a friend in Denver when this post went up on the Heroine’s Blog, so I’m only just now getting the chance to share it. Thanks for your patience!
I deeply appreciate that Leo made his highland heroine every bit as well-protected and non-sexualized as the highland bruiser there with her. Like her companion, our lass has an air of strength and confidence. She comes across as a genuinely competent character, made tough and smart by hard work and the high mountain winters.