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Hosilla 60172 Pathfinder

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Nice work!

I find myself quite a big fan of the style of Reaper's Pathfinder minis, I would definitely be sad if they stopped making them!

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She has a scary fierce expression.

 

I can't quite tell -- did you paint her mail with a very, very shiny silver or is that illusionistic paint?

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