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In other news: I found evidence of the existence of the sword-wielding ape (third figure from the right) elsewhere on the internet.


And, bonus: someone painted him up...



Alas, that ^ fellow has no idea who made him either. "Ape With Stone Sword", mystery mini. Did Reaper ever do a paint-and-take at Kublacon?


I think if I get around to painting mine I will upgrade him to a bronze sword. 

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