This is Lylyth, Herald of Everblight, the last part of the Legion of Everblight starter set I got last year. She’s a Warlock so is the mandatory leader of any force she’s in (unless we start playing multiple Warlock games, which seems unlikely for now) and killing her is one of the win conditions of the game. I’ve found it quite tricky to get the balance between playing her forward enough to use her many useful abilities, and playing her back so that she doesn’t just get killed every time. In particular she has a small Control area (the area within which she can make Warbeasts do cool stuff) so there isn’t much choice but to move up for the kill. Still, she has the Parasite spell to reduce enemy armour and Feat which improves the accuracy of everything nearby. The result of all this is that I usually seem to keep Lylyth back then send her in if I can get a clear shot at the enemy Warlock and pump arrows, spells and the Feat into them and follow up with anything else I have available). In practice I often get this wrong and Lylyth is perforated as a result.
After the big Warspears it was a bit of a bind trying to capture all the intricate details of Lylyth’s armour with the paintbrush so I’ve mostly settled for emphasising only the highest areas and hoping that it looks good enough on the tabletop. For the most part, these miniatures always look more forgiving from a few feet away.
Next on the painting table: Toshiro, the Daimyo.