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Hey folks!

Finished up some Kobolds to bulk up the tribe...

(WIP here)

 

Swordsman:

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Archer:

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Spear man:

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Sorcerer's Apprentice:

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Group:

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These are for table top use, so while I tried to do a good job, I didn't try to push myself to hard...

 

The king is still in progress...

 

As always, comments welcome!

 

8)

George

 

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