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Yukon Cornelius, Frostgrave Treasure Hunter

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Outstanding!!  I got the reference immediately.  Nice job on the conversion work!

Can't wait to see this whole band come together!

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I knew immediately as well. Makes me really wonder about the rest of this group! Nice painting and awesome conversions!

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Is there a place in Frostgrave for winged lions?

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Thanks everyone for the comments!



Is there a place in Frostgrave for winged lions?


I'm sure you could fit one in somewhere.  While I don't plan to use it for Frostgrave, I do have the figure already.  He leads the Moonracer's Marauders paratrooper unit in the Christmas themed games I frequently do at our clubs New Years Eve parties!  ::):




For a battle report of one of the games, see here: 





Animatronic movie? It's stop motion. They're not robots :)



Ah, thank you!  I couldn't think of the right word.  I knew it wasn't animation, or claymation, I just picked wrong.  :huh:  I edited it to be correct now. 

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Nicely done


     apparently there are still quite a few of us older folks around who have had Cornelius grace our TV screens during the festive seasons!

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