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14566 Razig's Revenge - Salty Saber

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The weather has been horrible this weekend, so I have lots of painting time.  Here is my next completed miniature for the Jan/Feb RPChallenge.

 

I am running Princes of the Apocalypse for D&D at the moment, so he will be my "Gar Shatterkeel".

 

Geoff

 

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