So, I have some Tsolyánu troops painted up, but no Tékumel force is complete without priests. For quite a while, I did not have any suitable miniatures for priests/priestesses, but Chirine came to my rescue with a package of wonderful old minis. Among these minis were some priests/priestesses:
From the left: Hrü'ü, Vimúhla, and Dlamélish. The priestess of Dlamélish is a Ral Partha sculpt, while the other two are from the now-defunct PHD Games. These minis are definitely not the same size of today's '28mm' figures, but they look nice for being at least 33-year-old sculpts. I do find the limbs, especially the feet and ankles, of the Vimúhla priest to be rather spindly!
From the left: Avánthe and Karakán. The priestess of Avánthe is another Ral Partha figure from the 1970's, while the priest of Karakán is another way out-of-production PHD mini. The Karakán priest is well-proportioned for today's standards, although he has some flash.
I was a bit worried about how well these minis would fit in with my selection of 'heroic 28mm' minis, so I drafted one of my Ever Present Glory minis for a comparison:
With the old minis posed on my usual fender washer bases, I do not see anything to be worried about, at least with the priests of Vimúhla and Karakán.