So we got the cool action pose, with his axe charging to battle. We got the gear and weapons hanging on his person. Harsk works amazing as an adventurer, doesn't matter if you're a fighter, barbarian or whatever martial class. Even without a base it stands alright.
A good adition to have if you need a warrior type of character.
Harsk is another Bones figure in what I would call the unofficial travel/adventurer line. He's absolutely loaded down with gear. This fierce, charging dwarf figure has a couple of pouches up front and is lugging a lot of gear around besides his single-edged and rune-covered axe. A pack and bedroll are joined by a crossbow, a quiver of bolts, a tea pot, a bottle of something (obviously spirits!) with straps and a wide belt to hold everything in place.
While Harsk could make a great dwarven warrior, I think this sculpt has a lot of potential for other fighty dwarf classes such as the ranger, or possibly a rogue (if you were to paint the breastplate as leather).
My copy of Harsk is fairly solid and not very bendy. His axe is just thick enough to be somewhat out of the danger zone of overly bendy bones parts.