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Anyone that has the Conan boardgame by Monolith, this question is for you.

 

Curious if the following mini would look good on a huge size base (5e):

 

https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/~7IAAOSwUqBbM7J4/s-l1600.jpg (just an image. It opens up to the rather large extended picture vs a auction entry pic)

 

I'm in need of a huge size snake for a game I'll be running in Vegas next Feb.

 

thanks!

 

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I don't have it, but here's what google said..

 

image.thumb.png.936627cbc29647931e4a2cf47fbe4f5c.png

 

Looks to be a pretty good size..

 

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That just might work, hmmmm.

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Yah that will definitely will work. Thanks for the visual confirmation. 

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