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"Misran the Clairvoyant" - Confrontation Wizard

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Good clean brushwork, good attention to detail, good highlights on the red robe.  The shading on the lower portion of the purple ribbon could be smoother, but that's an awfully small nit to pick.

 

You should be proud to have that on your shelf!  I certainly would be in your shoes.

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