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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good work on both the predator and the prey!

I didn't think of it that way, but now that you mention it... I don't know how I could've missed it.

Maybe with unicorns and goblins also on my table...?

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Makes me want to finish painting my big green worm, the old metal version of this one with the separate tail piece.  I took completing it off my high priority list once my players defeated the ulgurstasta from the Greyhawk arena battle early on in Dungeon's Age of Worms adventure path. 


Not the first nor the last monster mini of mine to be defeated half-naked...


I wonder why none of the plastic versions kept that tail piece?  That I have seen, anyhow.  You could move it farther away from the head end to make it seem bigger or smaller.


Great job on yours, and the rats too!  The cow-spotted one made me laugh when I pictured one of my neighbours having to milk it (I live out in the country near a little town whose main employer is a cheesery...  which may not be a real word, but I'm gonna run with it anyhow)



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