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And I thought I was being mean with zombie bunnies. Making your players fear escaped Muppaphones? That really is diabolical!

 

Nice job though. They look really cute.

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I love these things. They always reminded me of Muppets.

 

It almost looks like you put little doll eyes on the yellow one, they look so convincing.

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The Whimsical Little Weirdos painted up in OUTSTANDING fashion. VERY WELL DONE!

The possibilities for basing them in some sort of diorama may force me into buying some..or not.

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Let me see if I can fully express my feeling and thoughts on these two little creatures.

 

OMGilovethemilovethemilovethemihavetohavethemilovethemsomuchgimme. :wub:

 

They are quite adorable. I believe I will procure some for myself.

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