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Great paintjob, and very cool idea to have different versions of the character based on in-game changes.

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Great paint jobs on both the regular sized and enlarged versions! I like the detail of the corpse on the base and the blood spatter on the large one, and I like the regular sized one doesn't have blood spatter and looks more human, though still tough.

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I like what you did here, superb idea, I would love to get my hands on a big Boris, nice red background and I think many years ago (20+) there was a company that made minis "as you leveled". Again awesome job on both.

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I really really like that you used the Otherworld slain adventurer for basing fodder on this, it's so great of an idea. I may have to steal this from you for the 4 slain adventurers I have on hand.

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