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This was another mini I did at Odyssey con in April. I don't remember the company any more even though the Paint n take people told me who it was.  He's from Micropanzer Very quick simple tabletop job. He'll fill in for many small multi-armed creatures of weird origins. possibly the most useful paint n take.post-7751-0-66937400-1470944892_thumb.jpgpost-7751-0-74338500-1470944899_thumb.jpgpost-7751-0-05296600-1470944908_thumb.jpg

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Thanks. Also I found out who he is. He's a Riavaui Hunt squad leader with a halgred from Micropanzer.

 

Now to just figure out who makes the dwarf.

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