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Enjoyed painting the single DD orc and brought two more. They are a bit bigger but very much in the same style.


Applied the same colour scheme. Am looking out for the remaining two but think they may be limited edition. 






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Great looking crew!  The other two are in the online store, not limited edition.  Pick them up and keep rockin’!

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