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Of course, I had to continue on the Fantasy Gladiators project.  First we have some converted Orcs, using Warhammer bits with Eastern Front Studio heads.  The Scizore style fellow (inspired by Warcraft's Kargath Bladefist) uses a Pathfinder Bones Goblin spear or sword I had lying around, that fit perfectly.

 

The teeny fellow is a Mantic Orcling who just seemed to fit in the armor style...and you know what they say about Goblins.  The littler, the nastier.

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Also completed are an Eastern Front Studios Dwarf...cheerleader, of course!  She was originally supposed to be waving a feather fan, but lords knows how that thing was supposed to assemble.

 

The Goblin was painted to just have more non-human NPCs, but I thought he'd work as a snack vendor working the stands, so he fit in the theme of the project.  Sort of.

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