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Lt. Coldfire

14050: Sir Broderick, Crusaders Captain

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OUTSTANDING! Your brushwork is SPLENDID, but it's your choice of colors that make the mini for moi. You did a FINE job with the metalwork & base as well. VERY WELL DONE!

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