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Shelob- the Terror of Cirith Ungol!


Here she is. The big, nasty, spider nesting in the tunnel near Cirith Ungol. This model was, in all honesty, a total nightmare to assemble. The metal legs required much more patience than I possess...

The painting, on the other hand, was a joy! Very dead simple paint job. Blacks, grey drybrushing, and some red accents. Not much else to say! Enjoy the pics and look for Shelob in a Battle Report soon!


  1. Hey there - just found your blog thanks to Facebook and love the content! I completely agree that she's a pain to put together (and when your kids handle her without care, that fact comes flying back to you). ;-) I've enjoyed using mine on the tabletop and look forward to a batrep showcasing her here!


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