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I saw the wise man listed in the special editions a couple days ago with no picture. Now it isn't showing up at all. Any ideas where he wondered off too???

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I saw the wise man listed in the special editions a couple days ago with no picture. Now it isn't showing up at all. Any ideas where he wondered off too???

 

Midway through the desert he got really hungry and ate his package of myrrh and dropped dead. The other two wise men, being slightly wiser then he, shrugged and continued on their way, leaving his perfumey body for the buzzards.

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LOL! I'm starting a collection of manger minis for my wife. if you guys really are releasing the Wise Men I'd be most interested.

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Damn. I was really hoping to avoid having to sculpt turbans onto my "clergy" minis. Oh well.

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it was misnamed, its actually #1 of the three wise guys

 

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Hey, you mug! You stole my joke! *Slaps Nytflyer's face*

 

Shoulda signed it as 'Auld Grump' Howard....

Curly Grump Howard

 

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Okay, so he's a little late for the party. But remember: he's traveled afar. Field, fountain, moor, mountain. You know the deal. So, go see him in the gallery. *Should* be available for purchase tomorrow.

 

And you'll need to ask Bobby Jackson if this guy is gold, frankincense, or myrrh.

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I saw the wise man listed in the special editions a couple days ago with no picture. Now it isn't showing up at all. Any ideas where he wondered off too???

Midway through the desert he got really hungry and ate his package of myrrh and dropped dead. The other two wise men, being slightly wiser then he, shrugged and continued on their way, leaving his perfumey body for the buzzards.

 

 

I'm just saying, but how stupid were Bronze Age people that this moron was considered a wise man? Heyo!

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