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huge size animal form for my druid i'm playing in pathfinder, it's a hair big for huge but fit nicely on a 3x3 tile.

 

took some help but found the old link to the story behind the dino.
 

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got a random box in the mail today I didn't remember what this was from so I opened it and to my delight saw ""Mini's""  and I use that word loosely.

 

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some fitting issues I'm going to have to clean up with liquid green stuff but oh well.

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Kickstarter is a way to randomly surprise yourself with cool stuff next year apparently.

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