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Wow, I think that's the best painted Yardu I've seen yet. The colors really make the figure pop!

 

So what is the scale of the myth figures? Would the Grubbers be more like Goblins or be like Orcs? I am thinking Goblins but I am not so sure.

 

By the way nice job on these. Certainly make the minis look cool don't you?

 

The grubbers are pretty much person-sized.  They'd be your standard medium size in DnD.  In Reaper scale, they're bigger than Reaper goblins but much smaller than something like the Trey Manor orcs.

 

Flavor-wise, I agree with pinky that they're more orcish than goblin.

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Wow, I think that's the best painted Yardu I've seen yet. The colors really make the figure pop!

 

 

Thanks, it was a pretty fun one to paint up. I just struggled through the muckers a few days ago, I do enjoy the fact that these paint up easy (not a lot of little 'gotcha' details), but I've lost a lot of motivation to paint my Myth stuff. I think I eventually want to paint it all up and sell it as a completely painted set, since I've lost interest in the game itself.

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