Gladiator mit stacheligem Schulterpanzer und weitgehend freiem Oberkörper, der einen Dreizack in der einen, einen Skorpion in der anderen Hand hält
Modell wahlweise mit oder ohne gestaltete 25mm-Base verfügbar. Die Hände des Modells werden als Einzelteile geliefert und sind beliebig mit anderen Händen jeweils gleichnamiger Modelle kombinierbar.
“Rhom was sold as slave to become a gladiator after he was caught stealing from a merchant. He grew up on the streets living a life of crime with his brothers and stealing to get by was all he had ever known. In the gladiator training camps he did not do well at first. He was scrawny and weak and didn’t know how to fight. He did have one thing most of them didn’t have however which was his resilience. No matter how many times he got knocked down he’d get back up. He would train late into the night determined to earn his freedom. Eventually after many scars and beatings he grew strong and disciplined and eventually was pitted against someone in the arena. He was beat down but before the judge could declare the victor, Rhom rose to his feet again. The assailant pommeled Rhom again and brought him to his knees and once more Rhom got back up. This continued with his opponent savagely thrashing him but each time Rhom got back up and each time his opponent grew more and more tired. on the 17th round Rhom finally bested his opponent and began his rise through the gladiatorial ranks. Eventually he earned the name Rhom the Relentless as no matter how much of a beating he took he would just keep coming. He finally won his freedom and decided he would not return to a life of crime. He tried to get honest work but nobody wanted to hire a former slave. As the days turned into weeks and the weeks into months, Rhom got more desperate as he considered returning to crime to survive. One day as he was planning to steal some food from a street vendor he was recognized for his gladiatorial exploits by a member of the lodge who had ben a fan of his, As they chatted it became clear to the trapper that Rhom was desperate and struggling. He told him of the lodge and invited him to come join. Rhom was accepted and is just as relentless facing dragons as he was as a gladiator.”
Model and renders without scale by The Dragon Trappers Lodge