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Guindyloo and Buglips paint DHL 03100: Thanis the Bonecaller

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Just to add to this & show the goblin isn't as clumsy as he appears, I had this figure at one time & the staff broke on mine as well. It's a weak point in other wise fantastic figure. Something to watch out for if you take on this figure yourselves! Onward!

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Thank you both, I love this!

 

On a sidenote, I accidently clicked on "Ignore Signature" from Buglips.

No idea what that means or how to restore it?

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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

On a sidenote, I accidently clicked on "Ignore Signature" from Buglips.

No idea what that means or how to restore it?

Go to the very top of the forum where it says your name in the top right corner and click on it. From the dropdown, click on Account Settings. The Overview section should be the default view and to the right of that screen, it will say "Other Settings" click on "Ignored Users" below that. It will list Buglips under your Ignored Users section with a note that you're ignoring his signature. Next to his name, click on the little Gear and select to stop ignoring him. You will then be able to see his signature again.

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