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Raising an army...(RPG game play pieces)...

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When the adventure group encounters skeletons on the tabletop game board...they have to make sure that there isn't a necromancer on board (36" LOS) of the battle; because if there is...the necromancer just re-animates the fallen skeletons...this is how they appear coming back to active status...this process continues until the enemy necromancer is killed or driven from the game board...I have (6) such markers done for adventure game play.

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