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Another recently finished project, some Halfling Wizards from Midlam Miniature's Kickstarter.

The full school:

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The Headmistress:

 

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The Archmage (with an attempted theme at a mushroom themed outfit)

 

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The Scrollbearer:

 

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The Junior Alchemist:

 

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The Junior Druid:

 

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I may have to pick up that Jr druid. Sub her in for the female halfling in We Be Goblins 4.

 

Awesome work on all of them. Nice vibrant colors.

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I may have to pick up that Jr druid. Sub her in for the female halfling in We Be Goblins 4.

 

Awesome work on all of them. Nice vibrant colors.

 

I believe Midlam themselves have a more bridal looking Halfling in their line, that they acquired from Mega Minis when they sold off their molds.  Unless there's an other one in the adventure I can't remember.

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