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As long as I was at the table speed painting the wolves this morning, I thought I would take the opportunity to finish this vintage Ral Partha land dragon. The dragon was basically already finished, so I only needed to finish the rider. I got a handful of recent castings at Gencon last year, so building out a unit has been on my to-do list for a while.

 

This is the version 2 figure, by the way. The v1 doesn't have the flared tail and has the head looking up, and the version 3 is quite different.

 

 

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Viva old school!

These figures were among the ones I wanted but apparently couldn't afford as a college student. I had a good laugh with an eBay purchase last summer, though: I got four of these guys, three lancers and a captain, that all had dated price stickers from the hobby shop I shopped at in college, from the month I graduated. ::): At this point I think I have 18 of them altogether, so I just need to get them painted.

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Viva old school!

These figures were among the ones I wanted but apparently couldn't afford as a college student. I had a good laugh with an eBay purchase last summer, though: I got four of these guys, three lancers and a captain, that all had dated price stickers from the hobby shop I shopped at in college, from the month I graduated. ::): At this point I think I have 18 of them altogether, so I just need to get them painted.

 

 

Here Here! Old School rules!

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I wonder what this would look like as a drow cold one rider?

Well, if I end up with a spare, perhaps we can arrange for you to give it a try. ::): As it stands today, though, I'm at an even number with respect to my unit organizations...

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