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51 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

is that a manticore in the back? 

 

 

Behind the pack of Bugbears on the right?  I think it’s a griffon. (It’s a bird in front, lion in back.) It’s from the new line of D&D pre-primed, unpainted plastic.  One of the few non-Reaper minis I own. I needed a huge Phoenix for an upcoming game and he was .... the closest I could find on short notice. :rolleyes:

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