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I started a new Pathfinder character based on the Living Grimoire Inquisitor archetype that uses a book for a weapon... And thus needed a mini with a big book and preferably a shield in the other hand. Halbarand had the book and the armored look I was going for as an Inquisitor of Asmodeus, but lacked a shield in his right hand. Thankful Reaper has a Bones mini with a right hand shield, and thus the cutting, bending, pinning, and gluing did begin.

 

Now onto the painting.

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