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I bought this guy a while ago at the local game shop during a Serenity campaign. I grabbed the usual suspects but thought someone might want a ninja-type character so here he is...

 

COBRA
The Blue Ninja

 

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As always C&C are welcome.

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He's really cool, my hubby identified him without seeing titles. The base looks like a chocolate, fudge brownie :rolleyes:

 

Heh, I can definitely see the "brownie" now. LOL. Mmmmm. No brownies here at the moment. Will have to settle for Mint Oreos.

 

It's the sanctuary ruin base from ID Works I got from FRP Games.

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Maybe this is the lack of sleep typing, but I think the next ninja mini I do will just consist of a nicely prepared base and no figure on it. Ninjas are sneaky that way.

With a street light. To make it a master ninja.

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