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While playing Arcadia Quest with the Monday night gang I chose two of the faceless character (Smiley and Frowny). During game play I spent most of the night picking up the grey unpainted mini to stare at thier markings so I could determine which one was which...this of course slowed down my activation round.   At the end of the night I volunteered to paint these dudes up to make it easier on all of us and thier owner gave me the nod to go ahead.


Using goggle to research thier cards I have painted them as best as I can to match the card art. 


Here is the family






Red = Smiley

Blue = Frowny

Green = Suprised

Yellow = Serious


Thanks for looking

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Those would make for a interesting D&D encounter....


"You enter the temple's main worship room & 4 brightly colored human size figures enter the room....Roll Initiative!!!"


Great colors!

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