Well, here are the results.
Had an easy time removing it from the bed (not always easy!), and these are the images with the supports still intact.
And here it is again with most of the supports removed. What I removed I could with my fingers, so that was good…further removal requires an xacto blade and more tedious, gentle work. I am certain that HeroForge uses supports as well but their people do the labor of removal; and their printers are, definitely, higher end, which you can tell the most by looking at the cloak of the mini and comparing it to your Revony mini’s skirt. This is, from what I can tell, the best my printer can do with regards to miniatures.
I would consider it “standard” board game quality, but not “miniature board game quality.”
Your image from earlier in the thread…(this was printed by…who again? HeroForge file but a different printer?)