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I'll just hand him the leftovers of my last SG jug- I get together with him enough. It may suck, but it's a laugh at the same time!(Going to bring one of my mages over to his house and get a photo of him next to it just for a good laugh- 'the winner of the duel'

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You know, with a few added bits thrown in, you could paint that up as an effective tar pit. ::D:

 

Toss in a sinking sign of "No Swimming."

 

Some marsh reeds along the edges...

 

Maybe an animal struggling to get out...

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Oh, yeah, and don't forget...

 

Pewter/Lead/Tin has a LOW melting point. You can warm the metal in your hands enough to bend it without causing breakage, and a lighter will melt it.

 

And I can't imagine the kind of toxins emitted from the paint and metal cooking. :huh:

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Mmm....Dragon soup.

I belive that would be Mock Dragon Soup. :;):

Dammmmit, that is better.

 

And I doubt anything toxic was produced. Paint for minis is generally non toxic and water based, and Reaper minis are pewter which is also non toxic. Melted lead isn't really dangerous either. Except for being really hot of course.

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You know, with a few added bits thrown in, you could paint that up as an effective tar pit. ::D:

 

Toss in a sinking sign of "No Swimming."

 

Some marsh reeds along the edges...

 

Maybe an animal struggling to get out...

Ary that is the best idea for that I've read yet. It's perfect. La Brea Tarpits anyone?

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