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Thanks for the likes and comments folks.

 

Tarsemina --  I am not sure how it can be used in a game but it has two coats of gloss varnish followed by at least 3 of mat so it should be able to stand up to some handling.     Did the crows on the rifle/scythe stay attached?  I pinned them but the contact point does not allow for a deep setting.

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