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Wow.. Some D&D groups are so darn lucky.. I hope they do appreciate your efforts..

 

Me? I am NOT jealous or anything.. No.. No way.. No.  

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Nice work on them!

 

Side note: Bagheera is the name of my one of my cats, so I'm pretty sure I can guess where your player got their inspiration for that name.:poke:

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Thanks everyone, very happy you all like them!

 

29 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Nice work on them!

 

Side note: Bagheera is the name of my one of my cats, so I'm pretty sure I can guess where your player got their inspiration for that name.:poke:

The name sounds very familiar, but I can’t place it! It’s been driving me a bit nuts. Where did you & he get it from?

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