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Goblin & Orc Compound (15mm)...game play terrain

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This is a tabletop game play terrain piece in (15mm)...it is an orc or goblin village/compound...completely scratchbuilt (except for the b/w cows) on ceiling tile base...all rock formations are my plaster casts cut & sculptured to fit...piece is (14" x 14").

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