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That is a group of Elves, right?  A Frolicking?

First, we have the full frolicking:
 

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Then, Lord Snootypants, a Paladin of some renown (a Warhammer Swordmaster Champion)

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His associate, Sir Be'tar Tanu (a repainted Mage Knight piece, though I believe the sculpt is originally an Elf General by Ral Partha)

 

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Some Elf hippie chick (from Dwarf Wars, I believe)

 

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Next, a hippie...with a bow!  (Reaper Bones)

 

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Dai'rai, actually a character piece for my ongoing Isle of Dread campaign, a Mystic of the Half-Elven persuasion (converted from Stonehaven's Elf Raider)

 

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And, the most important Elf of them all, the Royal Pastromancer, Laird Keeb'lar (Stonehaven's Elf Baker)

 

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(Apologies for the blurriness, I attempted to bypass the storm preventing outside photos by doing color correction, and it seems to have messed with some of them)

 

 

 

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Normally I'd say a frolicking is hilariously accurate, but this is a pretty serious looking bunch of elves. 3 of em are outright scowling! then there is is the baker. Awesome.

 

 

Small, cohesive, groups or squads of minis like this are probably the most satisfying thing about the hobby for me. That said, the greatswordsmen is my fav. The baker is really fun, though

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Thanks again, all!

 

Normally I'd say a frolicking is hilariously accurate, but this is a pretty serious looking bunch of elves. 3 of em are outright scowling! then there is is the baker. Awesome.

 

 

Small, cohesive, groups or squads of minis like this are probably the most satisfying thing about the hobby for me. That said, the greatswordsmen is my fav. The baker is really fun, though

 

Well, they are Elves...permanent scowls are probably just the result of some out of season wine.

The Swordmaster of Hoeth Champion from Isle of Blood is one of my favorite Elves.  He's got some odd undercut issues that were common with the first Warhammer CAD starter set guys, but he's so full of personality with a great armor design.  He's one of the first Elf minis that made me actually want to run him as a PC rather than an encounter.

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