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  1. I wound up Kickstarting the 2nd go of Gloomhaven because of all the good buzz it was getting and I managed to get a group together with Fanguad, myself and a couple others. Fanguad convinced me that painted minis would look better than grey plastic, so I gave it a go and here are the starting 6 figures. I used their portrait on their player card as a starting point, but I did diverge a bit with each one. I tried to incorporate the color of their character cards into their figures (for instance, I gave the Inox Brute a light blue fur cloak, instead of a more traditional color) and their bases to help distinguish them better on the board. However, Cephalofair Games didn't make it easy. Out of the starting 6 characters, two were shades of green, two were shades of blue, one was purple and one was brown. Another thing to note is that all of their eyes (except the Tinkerer, who has goggles) were depicted as glowing. This came out a bit better on some models then others, but since Fanguad plays the Human Scoundrel anyway, he can re-paint it or just suffer through my paint job! The figures are Inox Brute, Quatryl Tinkerer, Orchid Spellweaver, Savvas Cragheart, Vermling Mindthief and Human Scoundrel.
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