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Reaper Townsfolk of Dreadmere: Mercenaries

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Townsfolk of Dreadmere: Mercenaries 03793 by Bob Ridolfi

 

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Nice bunch of ruffians, I'd pick another alley for sure!  :)

 

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18 minutes ago, Kang said:

Nice bunch of ruffians, I'd pick another alley for sure!  :)

 

Kang

::D: My thoughts exactly. Red/Blue/Green Good choice!

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*** Walks around the block to avoid these guys***

 

Love these!

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nice job

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Great job on them; they look like they're definitely up to no good.

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