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Grenadier Skeleton, Mirliton Skeleton

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Two more members of the horde.

 

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/60959-undead-regiment-in-a-swamp-mixed-manufacturers/

 

The one with the twohanded axe is from Grenadier. The one with axe and shield is probably from Harlequin, Though I'm not exactly sure.

He's been around for years :devil:

 

EDIT: I found him, He is actually from Mirliton. Newer cast.

 

 

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That's a stumper. I'm not sure about the axe and shield skellie, either. Very cool sculpt, that's for sure. Good job on them.

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That's a stumper. I'm not sure about the axe and shield skellie, either. Very cool sculpt, that's for sure. Good job on them.

 

 

Mirliton, he is from Mirliton.

They have the Grenadier moulds and also make newer casts.

He is from the newer style skeleton warriors.

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