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I found myself lacking native islander types for my ongoing Isle of Dread game, so I had to improvise a bit.  I tried to pull together a bunch of pieces that could work for encounters with the locals.

 

Grundor was the one I had already tried to give a different spin to, with an African theme and a lionskin cloak.  I figured I had enough Nordic Viking/Berserker types and could use him for something else, having gotten him with the second Kickstarter.

 

The rest were pulled from varying bins.  

 

First, the Reaper minis:

 

 

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