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Heartbreaker Wererat champion (fmr. Some rat guy)

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An old large lead rat-person in armor and a leather skirt. I know nothing of its origins.

I probably shot these photos too soon. You can see areas where the matte varnish is still wet.

 

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He's a Heartbreaker Wererat champion. I've had one for years, and he is a big chunk of metal for sure.

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