What turned out to be a D&D 3.5 Skeleton Minotaur

Thanks to Xiwo Xerase at the Reapermini forum for identifying this mini: a Dungeons & Dragons 3.5-branded Skeleton Minotaur with code  WOC 88287, made by Wizards of the Coast and sculpted by Jim Warner, released some time in the period 2000-2008.

Does anybody recognize this mini?

I got this mini from a forum trade or lot purchase some time ago. I do not know who made it or any details about it.

It is made in white metal, came in two parts with body and the head and came with an unmarked tab to go in a slottabase.

I tried using my Google-Fu, but all I found was a couple posts stating this is a Chainmail miniature, from the short-lived Wizards of the Coast miniatures line from the turn of the century.

However, I do not think it is a Chainmail mini, as I do not remember seeing such a mini in that line at that time, it does not appear on any Chainmail listings and does not have any markings on the tab like Chainmail minis have.

Also, I think they were a bit more finely detailed in general.

 

 

     

 

I put it on a 30mm base

 

 

The Tally so far:

 

Finished from the stash: 242

Finished minis in total this year: 368 / 365 (target one for each day on average – TARGET MET!)

(Finished from the Bobby Box: 126  / 126   (+13 / 13 casualties, small animals etc) Just 0 left to do! FINISHED AT LAST!)

 

January: 59

February: 24

March: 62

April: 34

May: 25

June: 12

July: 0

August: 7

September: 3

Orctober: 29

November: 38

December: 74

 

 

 

 

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