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AD&D Bugbears, Citadel Miniatures

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Durn good for a quickie job. Don't think I've seen Citadel's bugbears before.

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Thanks!

 

Durn good for a quickie job. Don't think I've seen Citadel's bugbears before.

 

They are stem from a bunch of miniatures I "inherited" from my brother when he gave up painting. I had no idea what company made them. Had to google it :)

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Those look good!  I have been after Citadel bugbears for quite a while now.  They go for a pretty penny on ebay.  You certainly did them justice.

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