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I have to admit I like these orcs quite a bit now that they are painted.  They painted up quick and easy.  They are more shiny here than in person, but maybe I will use this as an excuse to use some of the matte sealer I got in my last order.  They will do nicely for D&D, at least until my Shield Wolf Orcs get here  ^_^

 

77056: Orc Sniper x2

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77042: Orc Marauder

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77059: Orc Berserker

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77051: Orc Stalker

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77064: Kavorgh, Orc Warboss

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