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The earliest arrival of my Kickstarter bounty, we have an adventuring group of ladies in sensible shoes (and clothing), and some of their companions and rivals.

They may see Frostgrave, they may see Faerun, they may just see a shelf, who knows?

 

 

The party:

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The Half-Orc Cleric.  I had suggested during the campaign she would also make a suitable Bounty Hunter holding up a wanted poster...I went that route.  I regret not trying to draw Flynn Rider, but I never get his nose right.

 

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The Barbarian Queen:

 

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Tiefling Warlock:

 

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Witch or washerwoman

 

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Monk:

 

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Paladin:

 

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Noblewoman:

 

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Brigand.  He must be after the shoes.

 

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Dwarf Queen:

 

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Thief

 

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Apparently I hit the picture limit, so here's the rest:

 

Dress-up adventurer (girl)

 

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Dress-up adventurer, boy:

 

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Treasure Pile:

 

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Owlbear Cub:

 

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Stalking Owlbear:

 

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Great job getting the whole set painted! The paladin and the adult owlbear are my favorites.

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