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  1. I've not painted a mini for a while, this big fella is the Krungbeast (SKU 14139). I have no idea what a Krungbeast is supposed to look like, so I painted it up as a desert critter. I have a few Hook Mountain Ogres on my work bench, one of which kind of looks like a shepherd, so I plan to pair him up with the beast.
  2. From my Pathfinder campaign: The oldest creatures still left over from the original settlers of the valley are lumbering beasts of burden, the krungbeasts. Their handler, the gnome Kiranora, rents them out wherever they're needed most ... pulling out huge stumps, dragging heavy loads, or working in conditions too dangerous for horses.
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