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I keep a blog of painted miniatures with their model number - awhile back I had painted the werebat from Kickstarter#3 model #169.  Is that intended to be 77448 which appears to be missing in the current inventory?

 

Blog with painted model: http://minipaint.blogspot.com/2018/01/reaper-miniatures-werebat-bones3-169.html

 

Thanks,

Rick

 

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according to the chart I created (pulled from a list Reaperbryan posted concerning the model numbers of bones 3), that is the correct item number.  It is currently only in the previews gallery, It shows as a July release.

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