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That is a WONDERFULLY  bizarre miniature, BEAUTIFULLY painted & based. You have a real flair for the more interesting miniatures. VERY WELL DONE!

Gangly is indeed a word. The Spellcheck Guys don't own a dictionary & probably wouldn't know how to use one anyway.

 

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Thanks for all the comments everybody!

 

Yeah, he's rather unusual, it was George and another guy who's half seahorse that saved the set from going on Ebay.

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This wonderful mini is "The Guardian" sculpted by Christian Af Bjärgö, originally a part of the "circle of chaos" warband kickstartered by Curtis Fell of Ramshackle games fame.

The miniature was also included in the "Pantheon of Chaos" kickstarter somewhat later (not by Curtis Fell) where you probably got it from as there were a lot of strange chaos warriors in that one.

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14 hours ago, Maledrakh said:

This wonderful mini is "The Guardian" sculpted by Christian Af Bjärgö, originally a part of the "circle of chaos" warband kickstartered by Curtis Fell of Ramshackle games fame.

The miniature was also included in the "Pantheon of Chaos" kickstarter somewhat later (not by Curtis Fell) where you probably got it from as there were a lot of strange chaos warriors in that one.

 

Thanks for the info!

 

Yeah, the Pantheon of Chaos rings a bell.

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