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will get some pictures up of him by himself later. this is a little size comparison for you guys, with a bones orc archer, my ogre chief Half Lived and Nagash

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I got rid of the Nagash figure years ago. I was clearly blinded by the mists of time as I remember him seeming much bigger when I was a kid.

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I never had this mini in my hands. But I hope I will get him sooner or later.

 

Few weeks ago I saw it could be still ordered at GW.

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Good to see not everybody hates on old nagash

I was holding my tongue. The sculpt of that oversized skeleton mage looks way too toony for the vaunted master necromancer.

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That's supposed to be a necromancer? Little... flashy, isn't it?

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