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02915 Vulthus Oathcroak

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Nice! I actually just got this guy in my March Reaper order!

I'm glad he made it down from your Shelf of Shame, he looks great!

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Quite the character!


He reminds me a bit of an evil Catweazle!

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Oh man, its a wand ?!? My buddy asked me to paint this up for him and I assumed he was just angrily brandishing a cane at some kids who were walking on his lawn. Thanks for the inspiration to turn that stick into something cool!


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