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that is a remarkably dynamic hill giant! Did not know this sculpt existed...

 

I like your paintjob, too. Nice tanned skin on him.

 

Thanks!

 

Yeah, Gale Force 9 doesn't promote it's official D&D line that much...and almost everything is "limited" runs.

 

The early material was AWFUL, but it's vastly improved.  I'd done up him and the Bullywug Chief from "Tyranny of the Dragons".  I've heard the first releases were barely able to be assembled.

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