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  1. Thanks to many helpful folks on these boards I was able to find a good miniature that would work as a fantastic paladin and had an equivalent mounted figure. The Mister was using Sir Justin in our 5th edition D&D game, and last week he found a warhorse. So it was time to paint his higher-level-looking paladin and horse. This is the Sir Titus figure, the Crusader Adept mounted figure, as well as P14231B 'Horsey' the horse by himself. That way he could have figures for his character mounted, and his character not mounted while still having a figure for the horse. That meant painting two identical horses, and trying to keep the two paladin figures looking like same person. I wanted to go with white cloth (still working on my highlights) and thought since this was a slightly higher level paladin he might have some gold on him. Blue made a nice contrast against the silver and gold colors. Hope you like, comments and criticism and feedback always appreciated.
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