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Thanks.

 

 

She is gorgeous, love the red outfit. A well deserved prize for you. I looked for this mini to buy it when I was at GenCon, but if it's that limited, no wonder I had no luck finding it.

 

Yeah, she was available only to people who were part of Wyrd's Henchmen program (and then, only to people who had hosted enough events- they couldn't just buy her).

 

I'm not a Henchman, so I was just super lucky.

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Very nice!

 

It has been available as bonuses for orders over certain amounts through the Wyrd webstore (black friday last year) and was included in some of their RPG kickstarter pledge rewards, so not quite as rare as it was a couple of months ago, still rare though.

 

This makes me want to actually paint up mine rather than passing it on to my local guild player...

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