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They look fantastic, Aaron! Love the weathering you accomplished and they look gritty and dangerous. Beware tiny adventurers!

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These are awesome, makes me want to paint up mine sooner. Time to re-arrange that paint queue again.

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These are awesome, makes me want to paint up mine sooner. Time to re-arrange that paint queue again.

After the bugbears are done, I'm either painting my chimera or starting on the 'oh rats!' guys from KS2.

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