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Arn de Gothia...Tale Of War 030003...Knight Templar

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post-11942-0-74141000-1364514205_thumb.jpg This was a figure that an RPG player asked me to paint for him. It was his character in the game and wanted me to paint him a vignette figure that he could place into his bookshelf case. It was a very nice figure and I enjoyed painting it.

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