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  1. These two chuckleheads. Barely competent authority figures aren't great IRL but make for good roleplaying games. Here's Sheriff Jeffrey Don Mitchell (50256--I could have sworn he was Joe Don Baker in a previous iteration) and Deputy Wayne Tisdale (50267) painted to resemble Sheriff Blubbs and Deputy Durland from Gravity Falls. They'll be the core law enforcement in my small-town Americana setting. They will be very good at yelling at rowdy teens, issuing speeding tickets, and occasionally busting up altercations. They will NOT be good at their jobs outside of these parameters, unless the problem can be solved with a quick truncheon or a jam donut. They'll take minor bribes to look the other way for minor infractions, but won't be bought to cover up anything major. Which is good; you don't want to entrust a cover-up job to these two. I'm gonna have fun roleplaying them.
  2. Another model rescued from my friends trash bin. It was in a blister pack bubble with a monkey, no label and other than the 2005 paizo marking on the bottom of the base, no other clues as to were it came from. I thought that was extremely odd, a drow with a monkey. After some heavy google fu, I finally figured out that it was a model from what appears to be Paizo's 1st line on minis. He went along with a module story of some sort where is was listed as the "Evil Sheriff." Not a whole lot of detail and after I primed him, far less. I did what I could with him and being my first drow paint up, happy.
  3. I am thinking of running a modern one-shot Savage World adventure in a few weeks, so I painted up up Sheriff Joe to be one of the player characters. I feel embarrassed I did not see the backwards lean on this mini until I took the photos.
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