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Nice work! That's a fun piece to paint too. Now you can work on the unit of heavy infantry with maces and the slingers that go with him!

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I have to say that's the best painted egyptian themed goat-man priest mini I've ever seen. ::):

 

Seriously. Very well done. Like the the green sash.

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Because everyone needs an egyptian themed goat-man priest in their games!

They certainly do when the figure is that cool; nice work on him!

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