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03584: Dar Dimplefoot, Halfling Thief

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Goblin thief/assassin?

 

Looks great!

Ha, yeah.  I didn't realize he was a halfing until after I was done painting him and looked him up. He's pretty dang ugly so I thought he was supposed to be a goblin.

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 Damn Trick-or-Treaters... Kids these days, holding up people at knife-point for more candy...

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He succeeded on his disguise check and is sneaking out of a goblin camp with their loot!

 

Great paint job.

Goblins have loot? and all this time all I thought they had was stolen paint and stanky socks.

 

Nice job on the mini, just in time for trick-or-treat

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