Reaper Bones II review 34: Skeleton Warrior Archer (***)
Skeleton archers seem to be really common, presumably because they're used for wargames. In D&D, not so much. Most skeletons don't use bows because they get taken out way too quickly. This doesn't mean there's anything wrong with a skeleton archer, but they're a little too common in miniature collections for tabletop games that rarely use them.

The skeleton's position, with one hand up, looks like he just fired an arrow which makes for an interesting posture. It's a fine sculpt, just not one that you're likely going to use much. You can purchase this miniature at Noble Knight Games.


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