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Forest Spirit (Repaint of a Mage Knight figure)

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So, although not a Reaper Figure, 

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Looks cool!

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Thanks for all the kind words.  Next up on the desk is the actual Spirit of the Forest from my Bones pile.  I'm sooooo looking forward to painting this guy.

 

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