Sunday, 6 May 2018

Evil Warriors - Evil-Lyn

Evil-Lyn is the only female member of the Evil Warriors, at least in Filmation continuity, and she is an evil witch who aids Skeletor as his second-in-command with her powers of darkness. She is vastly more intelligent than Skeletor's other minions, and while she admits that she is not as powerful as Skeletor, she readily confesses that she hopes to seize her master's powers and lord it over Eternia herself one day. Her background has changed a bit depending which continuity you look at. In recent years she has been both said to have been Prince Keldor's lover, before he took the grievous wounds that made him turn to the dark magic that made him into the Skeletor he is today. Other stories claim she was a crew member of the same Earth spaceship that brought Queen Marlena to Eternia.

The figure is another Boris Woloszyn sculpt from Quest Miniatures and the last unique sculpt of the first wave. The pictures don't show her off to her best, but that doesn't detract from the fact that I somewhat botched the face on this one (redoing the eyes several times will do that). Otherwise, she is straight up with no conversions other than the homesculpted base.

An Evil Witch and her wand...

With Teela:
Though we come from the same mould, we are nothing alike!

The full complement of painted Heroic and Evil Warriors so far.

The Evil Warriors: Beastman, Skeletor, Evil-Lyn

The Heroic Warriors: Man-At-Arms, He-Man, The Goddess, Teela
 And a bonus picture of the completed first wave of Quest Miniatures MOTU miniatures:
Quest Miniatures Wave 1


  1. Nice work and well done on completing them. Now you just need to keep
    yourself busy until the next lot are available.

    1. I still have various conversions and recoloured alternate characters to get done, so it won't be difficult. Anti-Eternia He-Man is probably up next!

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    1. Thanks! I'm really excited about this project, so have to keep going while the iron is hot.

  3. These get better and better. Awesome stuff man!

    1. Thanks, though I don't think I'll ever top the paintjob I did on Skeletor, he's one of my favourites. :)