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#1410: Crypt Bat II

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I always thought I didn't need one...Seeing this awesome colourscheme makes me want one..

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The Bat Guy is a BEAUTY. I love the way the wings blend in with the lighter skin shade. OUTSTANDING WORK!

This is one of those Reaper minis that I've meant to pick up & never have. I may have to now.

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