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I was able to finish the remaining figures from the Talisman 4th Edition Core set.

 

Here's the Troll

 

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Nice looking troll.. Has he lost a club perchance?

 

Edit: Oh my.. ok ok I saw it now.. Its funny tho.. As if you meant to hide his club, lol.. ^_^

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10 hours ago, VolksFest said:

Nice looking troll.. Has he lost a club perchance?

 

Edit: Oh my.. ok ok I saw it now.. Its funny tho.. As if you meant to hide his club, lol.. ^_^

 

I was getting frustrated taking pictures.  I started using my DSLR instead of my phone, but it's hard for see through the view finder with my glasses.  So while I monkeyed around trying to get a in-focus shot, I turn him so the club was viewed head on.

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