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The first would make a great warforged. 

 

Makes me want a 28mm version for gaming.

 

The third makes me think of Saga for some reason...despite not having a TV head.

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Hi everyone, 

 

The Kickstarter for our A.I. robot busts went live today! 

 

You can check out the campaign here; 

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/859512613/ai?ref=eu6exx

 

There are three busts on to begin with and some other busts from our CP Yakuza range might make an appearance later on in the campaign.

 

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