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Satoshi - Bushido Samurai

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Great, smooth work on him!  He is in sort of a "wind" (or fire) stance according to Buddhist-influenced martial arts, so wind is appropriate.  You dragonlings look good too.  All of your stuff has a vibrancy to it that makes it eye catching and fun to look at.

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