Trodax

My adventuring party (in Bones!)

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Those bases look fantastic and I love the shield design on the cleric. Really great work.

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Great paint.  Great reading.  Great post.  More please.

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Great work on the cleric's freehand!

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Your Bold Adventurers are BEAUTIFULLY painted & based with an abundance of personality. They more than exceed the "table top" quality for which you strove. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Now I'll have to checkout their opposition.

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Great job, I love all of them.

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Great mod to goldar. Simple and super functional. I love it!

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They all look great. Using Goldar as a monk is inspired, and I'm sure will be copied many times over across the land. I also love the freehand on the cleric's shield.

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Nice work!  Really love the sun emblem on the Cleric's shield.

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Wow. Goldar makes an excellent monk.

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Nice looking group!  I'm tempted to steal your Goldar idea myself, there is a shortage of monks in Bones.  ^_^

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Things like this are why I'm a gamer. Thanks for sharing.

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Great job! You've got a good looking group of heroes there. The freehand on the shield looks very nice, too. Keep up the good work.

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