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- Diameter, tip: 5.8 cm
- Diameter, shaft (smallest): 4.8 cm
- Diameter, shaft (largest): 6.6 cm
- Usable length: 21 cm
- Total length: 23 cm
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- Diameter, tip (smallest): 3.2 cm
- Diameter, tip (largest): 3.6 cm
- Diameter, shaft (medial ring): 4.7 cm
- Diameter, shaft (base): 6.6 cm
- Usable length: 25 cm
- Total length: 28 cm
- Diameter, tip: 5.5 cm
- Diameter, shaft (smallest): 7.5 cm
- Diameter, shaft (largest): 11 cm
- Usable length: 38 cm
- Total length: 43cm
Deep in the woods, past the elder trees and long-forgotten, decaying trunks littering the abandoned paths, a shining gold-ivory dragon lives alone. He keeps to himself, enjoying his peace... but every now and then, a traveller will wander from the established safety of the forest path and into the dragon's territory. Many of the lost travellers who find themselves face to face with this beast are quick to be filled by his pearly white treasure, and sometimes even given a second helping...
- Diameter of tip: 4.5 cm
- Diameter, shaft (smallest): 6 cm
- Diameter, shaft (largest): 8 cm
- Usable length: 26 cm
- Total length: 30 cm
We're proud to be able to present you this stunning piece because of the cooperation of the magnificent Nexus. He has gratefully allowed and helped us to produce this usable rendition of his character's most prominent feature. Character, design, and artwork are © Nexus.
- Diameter of head: 3.5 cm
- Diameter, shaft: 5 cm
- Usable length: 21 cm
- Total length: 25.5 cm
When not being locked in dungeons, fighting battles, or killing giant wild boars, Sir Lionel rests in his seat next to his cousin and fellow knight, Lancelot.
Ares - Star Ram
- Total length 20 cm
- Usable length 16 cm
- Diameter of tip: 3.5 cm
- Diameter of shaft: 4 cm - 6 cm
Among the beasts seen in the stars of our Galaxy, Ares dances closest to our planet. Adorning the inky blackness of the night, his presence shimmers in a cold and beautiful light. Mighty horns curl over his head, and when this majestic otherworldly being is encountered by a mortal, his presence is very clearly felt all the way until daybreak. There is no doubt as to why he truly is the Ram of the stars.