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Excellent work on this fella.  I've always thought of him as what most characters should look like when they carry all their stuff they think they should be able to carry.

On 4/14/2017 at 4:40 AM, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

All he needs is a coconut...

That was my thought as the first-time I saw this mini.

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It is a wonderful paintjob.  Really love the mix of bright colors. 


If you think of all the adventurers out there in the world, all the parties, all the campaigns, there is at least one of these poor fools for each group.  You'd think they'd have a union or at least a guild...and a good chiropractor.

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Overladen... you got that feel down with your paint job here! Well done.

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Very cool paint job and I love that mini....  he's what every RPG character I've ever played would look like if everything listed on my character sheet was packed on my back lol

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