Formless protoplasm able to mock and reflect all forms and organs and processes - viscous agglutinations of bubbling cells - rubbery fifteen-foot spheroids infinitely plastic and ductile - slaves of suggestion, builders of cities - more and more sullen, more and more intelligent, more and more amphibious, more and more imitative! Great God! What madness made even those blasphemous Old Ones willing to use and carve such things? - "At the Mountains of Madness" by H.P. Lovecraft
This Reaper Bones miniature is a weird and convoluted sculpt that captures the amorphous spirit of the powerful bioengineered creatures that Lovecraft wisely described in vague terms. I've seen various interpretations, but this one definitely fits the bill. It is small for 28 mm but perhaps it's an immature specimen, and consequently the Bones figure is "priced to sell", as they say. A quick, fun paint job!
|"Don't worry Leela, they're quite harmless if you know how to talk to|
them... Would you like a jelly baby, teke-li-li?"