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Who doesn't love Halflings in Mittens?

Wait, that's not the name of the set?  Why not?

Alright, it turns out they're actually "The Winter Adventurers" from a recent Midlam Miniatures Kickstarter.  As always, Midlam delivers nice old-school designs with newer sculpting methods and details.  I think quite highly of the company.

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The Halflings in Mittens:

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Wizards and their apprentices:

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The Dwarfette:

 

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A human scout.  I tried to go with an Inuit look for her.

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Every party has that guy:

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