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Hobgoblin Band (03040)

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They look like adventurers rather than a group of wild hobgoblins that you'd run across. Good job!

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Yeah back in the day, I was totally confused about mini assembly as well. Didn't even know where to begin. Now I don't bat an eye.

 

They look great. I've been meaning to pick up that trio as well someday.

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I was a little confused when I clicked on this, I was expecting hobgoblins with drums and guitars.

 

Hmm...that would be a really interesting conversion project.  ::D:

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