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Looking for a "Carnivorous Plant" miniature

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...although Siri's is just too awesome for competition. On the other hand, Siri's ain't for sale, to my knowledge...

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Oh i have that D&D one! 

I dunno, I guess I could try to make a second one haha

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Heh, when Little Shop of Horrors (the Musical, with Rick Moranis) came out there was a candy filled toy of Audrey II....

 

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Been bugging me for a couple days.

 

If you need to search, it's spelled "carnivOrous."

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Yeah, I caught it a few days after the original post, too.  I'll edit the title of the thread (I'm pretty sure I can do that) and correct the spelling,

 

*edit* Done.  I left the misspelled tag in there, too, in case there are any other goofballs searching for the thread that spell the word like they say it.

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*** Don't mind the Technicoloured Wolf walking through this thread***

 

*** Just searching for some jungle stuff for reasons :ph34r:***

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There is also from Dungeoncrawler as well

 

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It's pretty big too, like 3 x 3 inch base. Plus overall there is allot of heft to the miniature.

 

 

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The Bones Desert Thing would like to have you over for lunch....

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Just add some leaves.

 

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In the future, once Bones 3 is fully in retail, there will be a couple Reaper carnivorous plants. Not much help now, but in a year or so? Fuggedaboutit.

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