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Did this one on a whim: I seem to be influenced by watching all those trashy movies and playing games where Ninjas all wear colourful accents to their clothing such as red sashes or neon blue ponchos! This swordsman is going to spark some shouts of FATALITY if and when he takes down an opponent in Frostgrave... 80032 Ninja Reaper Bones KS2 Bonesium PVC 30mm base
89020: Harsk, Iconic Dwarf Ranger 89026: Eando Kline (With crossbow addition) 77373: Cuth Wolfson, Barbarian 77330: Derro Leader 77207: Dub Bullock 77213: Thain Grimthorn, Dwarf Cleric 77219: Grundor Hoardtaker 77221: Ardynn 77199: Thund Bloodwrack, Barbarian 77071: Elladan, Elf Ranger 77021: Lindir, Elf Archer xxxxx: dual pitchfork wielding conversion m y husband made 80032: Ninja
Hi all, the title sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but I don't have a punchline for it... This diorama was inspired by an old model kit of a CitroÃ«n 11cv that I received as a kid and only recovered recently. I never built it and completely forgot about it until I cleaned my parents' attic while visiting them. I finally built it, and it dawned on me: The scale of the car (1/43) would fit well with some of Reaper's Chronoscope bones models! It would look awesome in a Diorama! So who would be a good model from my Bones collection to go along this old CitroÃ«n? A Nun of course! So Sister Maria (80028) it is! Now I had to explain why she had a gun in her hand... Well because of Zombie Apocalypse of course! So I added a pair of Mantic's zombies in the mix. Though, I didn't want her to be alone to face zombies. So I added the Bones Ninja (80032) in there because... well... Ninjas are like bacon: They make everything better. So there it is: The Nun and the Ninja were traveling on a countryside road when they saw a pair of Zs roaming in the field nearby. They stopped there and decided to clear them out. But since bullets are a precious commodity in these times, the Nun would be distracting them allowing her stealth partner to chop them off from the back. Some details: C&C welcome. And suggestions to name this piece are greatly encouraged. Thanks