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awesome work! I do love me some undead.

 

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Is that the GW mausoleum set? If it is... Is that just 1 set or did you combine more than one?  Plus how durable is it.

Ive been thinking of picking it up but I'm squeamish about GW stuff when it comes to terrain.

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awesome work! I do love me some undead.

 

Quick question

Is that the GW mausoleum set? If it is... Is that just 1 set or did you combine more than one?  Plus how durable is it.

Ive been thinking of picking it up but I'm squeamish about GW stuff when it comes to terrain.

 

It's called 'The Garden of Morr'. You get a -lot- for the money there. It's cheap, very durable. Contains two extra buildings and a lot of extra bits that haven't been used here. Including a raven, tombstones and gargoyles. 

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Dang, you must read a lot of horror novels :rock:

Amazingly done..

it is beautiful in its ghastliness !!

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"You'll never get the Necronomicon..."

 

Totally Army of Darkness here. If only Ash remembered the secret word mumbo jumbo, this could all have been avoided.

 

Great displays, you should be proud.

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Excellent Undead army, great atmosphere.

 

I love the Undead Forces.

 

You can be proud of this.

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Wowed, this is a superb piece, the detail is exceptional. Well done

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