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Six archers of a Lost Army, from a Lost Kingdom, from a Lost World — six unwavering ghosts, standing defiantly in wedge formation:


 


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Reliqua Bretonnia In Memoriam

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Cool concept.  The idea reads well in the minis.  Are those old Breton archers?  Way to spice up (by actually dulling them down!) some otherwise uninteresting sculpts!

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I'm totally stealing this idea.

 

About a month ago I scored a box of 200+ old gw mini's for $20. It included some good stuff but also 60 of those exact guys.I had no idea what to do with them until now.

 

Thanks!

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