Scenery: A few years ago they were just another snake cult...

In D&D parlance this would be a hydra, but I believe the technical term for an Asian multi-headed snake statue is a naga, and it's a protective, rather than malign, spirit. This is an especially fine specimen; I'm guessing it's somewhere in South-East Asia, but I don't know for sure. What I do know for sure is that if your character comes across a statue like this in some temple or other, you just know you're in for some real trouble, and you'd better hope you're well stocked up on poison remedies.

The post's title is, of course, a reference to that fine piece of cinematic art, Conan the Barbarian, starring one of the great thespians of our age, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Vickers Light Mk.VI (15mm, 3d print)

Vickers Light Tank Mk.VIc. The figure is a 15mm BEF infantryman by Battlefront   The most common tank in the British arsenal at the begi...