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What are you going to do with the wings?  you might be asking..

cause obviously reaper has a deficit of demonic females with wings, I decided to do my own.

She is going to need some heavy basing not to tip over.  If I get to her this month she will be black AND red.

and she still needs horns.

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I think I have two of these apes, I might have to borrow your idea for one of them!

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