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Are you looking at ME? Are YOU looking at ME? I hope not! I like the glowy eyes on the stalks. Very cool!

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10 hours ago, sirgourls said:

Is this the WotC pre-primed one? Looks good! 

 

40 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

I was wondering that, too.

 

You did an excellent job on it!

Yep wotc preprimed 

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