Society : Tieflings on the Material Plane rarely create their own settlements and holdings. Instead, they live on the fringes of the land where they were born or choose to settle. Most societies view tieflings as aberrations or curses, but in cultures where there are frequent interactions with summoned fiends, and especially where the worship of demons, devils, or other evil outsiders is legal or obligatory, tieflings might be much more populous and accepted, even cherished as blessings of their fiendish overlords.

Adventurers : Tieflings rarely integrate into the mortal societies they call home. Drawn to the adventuring life as a method of escape, they hope to make a better life for themselves, to prove their freedom from their blood's taint, or to punish a world that fears and rejects them. Tieflings make skilled rogues, powerful wizards and magi, and especially puissant sorcerers as their potent blood empowers them. Those who succumb to the evil within often become powerful clerics of fiendish powers.

The following racial traits may be selected instead of existing tiefling racial traits. Consult your GM before selecting any of these new options.

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After ordering the mini, an interesting comment came up during one of our play sessions. The player mentioned how, if he could choose to do so, his character would totally have flames on his armor.  He’s a “sneaky” rogue who basically goes “LOOK AT ME!!” much of the time with his actions.  Very impulsive.  Not the most discreet character…  However…  Flames?  Oh, we have flames!  The mini was a perfect choice, since it had a flame motif molded right into it.  Now I just had to figure out how to paint him…

I decided to use a dark red-purple color for the skin.  Many tiefling images show a reddish-purple skin tone.  Mine may be a bit too dark, but I think it works.  I also went with yellow pupils and black hair to sort of match the whole flame motif I was planning.

The horns were interesting to paint.  I used black on the tips and dirty bone on the rest of the horn.  Then I attempted to sort of streak the horns with a tiny bit of black, using a really splayed out old brush that I use just for dry-brushing.  It worked, but it took several tries to really get the look right.  Sometimes I’d end up not using a light enough touch and apply way too much black, so I’d paint over the horn and try again.

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Society : Tieflings on the Material Plane rarely create their own settlements and holdings. Instead, they live on the fringes of the land where they were born or choose to settle. Most societies view tieflings as aberrations or curses, but in cultures where there are frequent interactions with summoned fiends, and especially where the worship of demons, devils, or other evil outsiders is legal or obligatory, tieflings might be much more populous and accepted, even cherished as blessings of their fiendish overlords.

Adventurers : Tieflings rarely integrate into the mortal societies they call home. Drawn to the adventuring life as a method of escape, they hope to make a better life for themselves, to prove their freedom from their blood's taint, or to punish a world that fears and rejects them. Tieflings make skilled rogues, powerful wizards and magi, and especially puissant sorcerers as their potent blood empowers them. Those who succumb to the evil within often become powerful clerics of fiendish powers.

The following racial traits may be selected instead of existing tiefling racial traits. Consult your GM before selecting any of these new options.

Society : Tieflings on the Material Plane rarely create their own settlements and holdings. Instead, they live on the fringes of the land where they were born or choose to settle. Most societies view tieflings as aberrations or curses, but in cultures where there are frequent interactions with summoned fiends, and especially where the worship of demons, devils, or other evil outsiders is legal or obligatory, tieflings might be much more populous and accepted, even cherished as blessings of their fiendish overlords.

Adventurers : Tieflings rarely integrate into the mortal societies they call home. Drawn to the adventuring life as a method of escape, they hope to make a better life for themselves, to prove their freedom from their blood's taint, or to punish a world that fears and rejects them. Tieflings make skilled rogues, powerful wizards and magi, and especially puissant sorcerers as their potent blood empowers them. Those who succumb to the evil within often become powerful clerics of fiendish powers.

The following racial traits may be selected instead of existing tiefling racial traits. Consult your GM before selecting any of these new options.

All prices are in USD . © 2018 Beholder The Bargains | Sitemap | Powered by BigCommerce

Society : Tieflings on the Material Plane rarely create their own settlements and holdings. Instead, they live on the fringes of the land where they were born or choose to settle. Most societies view tieflings as aberrations or curses, but in cultures where there are frequent interactions with summoned fiends, and especially where the worship of demons, devils, or other evil outsiders is legal or obligatory, tieflings might be much more populous and accepted, even cherished as blessings of their fiendish overlords.

Adventurers : Tieflings rarely integrate into the mortal societies they call home. Drawn to the adventuring life as a method of escape, they hope to make a better life for themselves, to prove their freedom from their blood's taint, or to punish a world that fears and rejects them. Tieflings make skilled rogues, powerful wizards and magi, and especially puissant sorcerers as their potent blood empowers them. Those who succumb to the evil within often become powerful clerics of fiendish powers.

The following racial traits may be selected instead of existing tiefling racial traits. Consult your GM before selecting any of these new options.

All prices are in USD . © 2018 Beholder The Bargains | Sitemap | Powered by BigCommerce

After ordering the mini, an interesting comment came up during one of our play sessions. The player mentioned how, if he could choose to do so, his character would totally have flames on his armor.  He’s a “sneaky” rogue who basically goes “LOOK AT ME!!” much of the time with his actions.  Very impulsive.  Not the most discreet character…  However…  Flames?  Oh, we have flames!  The mini was a perfect choice, since it had a flame motif molded right into it.  Now I just had to figure out how to paint him…

I decided to use a dark red-purple color for the skin.  Many tiefling images show a reddish-purple skin tone.  Mine may be a bit too dark, but I think it works.  I also went with yellow pupils and black hair to sort of match the whole flame motif I was planning.

The horns were interesting to paint.  I used black on the tips and dirty bone on the rest of the horn.  Then I attempted to sort of streak the horns with a tiny bit of black, using a really splayed out old brush that I use just for dry-brushing.  It worked, but it took several tries to really get the look right.  Sometimes I’d end up not using a light enough touch and apply way too much black, so I’d paint over the horn and try again.

tiefling miniature | eBay


Tiefling Miniature | eBay

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