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I second those goggles! I'd love to see this one irl to get a better idea of what you're doing. Excellent work!

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Love the goggles, a little worried that he is barefoot considering all the other protective gear he is wearing.

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He is so cute! Don't tell him I said that, I know dwarves don't like being called cute!

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Awesome, I second the cracked goggles

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Love the goggles, a little worried that he is barefoot considering all the other protective gear he is wearing.

 

I always figured that he was just too badass for shoes, but chaosscorpion's theory makes a little too much sense...

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