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Zombicide Black Plague models.

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Continuing with more models for my Dragons Rampant army I grabbed a selection of models from Zombiecide. These are well detailed and painted up well for archers, zombies and skeletons. 

 

These are are painted using a limited pallete to keep them simple and easy to paint. I kept the basing simple as well. 

 

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thanks for looking as always comments welcome. 

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