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And this is a P-65 cyclops that is also available in the Warlords line, the Reven forces, with a goblin (or somthing) riding on his back. The P-65 version had no handler. I should have left it on the Warlords base and I could have used it for a Warhammer Cygor.

 

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Yesterday caught a few snippets of The Golden Voyage of Sinbad and this guy looks just like the stop motion Cyclopses from that movie. How tall is he?

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