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    • By Brianuk
      I crossed over to the global beast from Nottingham to buy these, they were at a trade show on a deal. Néed to paint some Reaper figures for balance, maybe the Bog skeletons from Bones 4. 
       
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    • By GodOfCheese
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    • By GodOfCheese
      Sometimes an Ogre just has to go clubbing. :-)
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    • By GodOfCheese
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    • By Midi
      Ever since we received our bones 3, I've thought that this guy looked liked Zurg from Toy Story.  Today I moded him by removing his shield and helmet decor and gave him a quick paint job with Zurg as my inspiration. Nothing fancy, but my kids love him.

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