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How big is she? Is she standard mini sized or bigger? I am not at reapercon and was planning to order her but her price seems kind of high for a standard size mini and she doesn't have any Bryangles in the picture.

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Cool. I generally don't have much use for the big display pieces. So I just want to make sure that I can use her in my wierd west game I will eventually be running.

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She is 28 mm sized.  One nice feature (is know this is blasphemy) is that her wings don't have a large knob to go into a "giant" hole in her back.  There is sufficient metal to pin the wings on, but if you choose to NOT attach the wings, the back is nicely sculpted and won't require a ton of green stuff to make it look "normal".

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She is 28 mm sized.  One nice feature (is know this is blasphemy) is that her wings don't have a large knob to go into a "giant" hole in her back.  There is sufficient metal to pin the wings on, but if you choose to NOT attach the wings, the back is nicely sculpted and won't require a ton of green stuff to make it look "normal".

 

That's actually not a bad idea for example if you want to use her as a PC in a game and the PC doesn't have wings. Nice knowing this.

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