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Homemade mini #S~8 #S~9 #S~A Maggot Swarms

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Please tell me those are grains of rice!

 

They are probably freeze-dried real maggots...

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I white glued some grains of rice to a base {40mm poker chip]. The green base was given some extra effort to make the rice look like it was flowing in one direction.

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Please tell me those are grains of rice!

 

They are probably freeze-dried real maggots...

 

If I'm putting real maggots on my game table, they'd be entombed in Lucite.

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Please tell me those are grains of rice!

 

They are probably freeze-dried real maggots...

 

If I'm putting real maggots on my game table, they'd be entombed in Lucite.

 

 

Bah, you need to entomb them in Carbonite!

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I am totally going to make a set of these for my self. Maybe I'll have them crawling over a some bits painted to look like partially eaten disembodied limbs.

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Ye gods, I just had a flashback to seeing a recently emptied dumpster in a July heat wave. Maggot soup.

 

So thanks for that.

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Ye gods, I just had a flashback to seeing a recently emptied dumpster in a July heat wave. Maggot soup.

 

So thanks for that.

You are very welcome!

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