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Finari finds a familiar symbol in the wilds

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She turned out WONDERFULLY. Your metalwork is GORGEOUSAND I love her freckles. VERY WELL DONE!

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Curse this pesky old phone it double posted

Thank you mal I really am happy with the NMM ;)

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Whichever mod merged the two threads together, thankyou

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Thanks metal I was very surprised at how well the gold looked

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Thanks guys I am really happy with the way she turned out

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