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Nice work, like how you did the sword blade, looks like ether or ice or, just kinda magical.

 

Thanks. I was trying for a Frostmourne effect if I remember correctly. It's a Tomb Blade, which resurrects the fallen to fight for the wielder. :)

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I like him a lot I just don't want a visit from him ;)

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