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The last of my MLK weekend binge.

 

Mega Miniatures made some great set-dressing minis, including a donkey-drawn two-wheeled cart. I painted the cart and donkey long ago, but the driver and his pile of ph4t l3wtz is a separate piece which I never really needed. With my upcoming Eberron campaign, I plan to encourage the players to take henchmen and hirelings, so this cart-of-ill-gotten-gains is likely to make an appearance.

 

For some reason, in the last campaign all the hired crew for the party's airship was named "Diego." So it's likely that even if I introduce him as Bill or Billy or Mack or Buddy, the players will start referring to him as Diego, too. I might as well get used to it.

 

Anyway, I need to take photos of the cart, since I apparently never posted it here, but it's still in a box from the move. So for now, here's just the driver, sitting on his booty.

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C&C welcome.

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