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This is an old RAFM dwarf warrior released in 1989 if I remember correctly. He was released for the 'Death in the Dark' miniature skirmish game that RAFM produced way back in the day. I never played the game, but I do have a few of the miniatures in my hoard. This is one of them.

 

He's a little short by today's standards, so I decided to give him a little 'step up'.

 

C and C is very welcome.

 

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ETA---and I can see the mistakes, now that they have blown up a gajillion percent. <_<

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Always enjoy seeing classic minis painted up and based! ::):

 

Hmm. Actually he looks familiar. I may have this one myself, or something very similar.

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