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Darius Glenwell

Ice Troll Cometh!!

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That is an OUTSTANDING creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted & based. Your array of colors are stunning! VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks all. After all the entries were in, this guy didn't even place. Onto next year! Did win 1st place for my US Paratroopers in the Historical Category though. So I've go that going for me. Which is nice. 

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