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what the cube needs is a mimic and a rust monster

Dear ShadowRaven,

 

You owe me one Saturday afteroon.

 

Sincerely,

Dan Goodchild

Thanks for the warning Dan.

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what the cube needs is a mimic and a rust monster

 

Dear ShadowRaven,

 

You owe me one Saturday afteroon.

 

Sincerely,

Dan Goodchild

 

worth it

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what the cube needs is a mimic and a rust monster

 

Dear ShadowRaven,

 

You owe me one Saturday afteroon.

 

Sincerely,

Dan Goodchild

 

QFT.

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A coat of gloss sealer did indeed give it a nice watery look. I think it's ready to menace my players on the tabletop this weekend.

 

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The green slime is also looking good, but needs some sort of base.

 

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Now to see if I can't strip the paint test ooze and start over.

 

 

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Nice! But it looks kinda hungry to me… you should feed it.  :devil:

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Nice! But it looks kinda hungry to me… you should feed it.  :devil:

No, he should give it a feathered hat, a cloak, and a rapier.

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Nice! But it looks kinda hungry to me… you should feed it.  :devil:

No, he should give it a feathered hat, a cloak, and a rapier.

 

 

Nah, Cube's gotta earn those.

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