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They look great.  The combination of bright colors and the wash makes the details stand out and they look good as a group.  I suggest for tabletop use you attach bases or washers for stability.  The Bones tend to fall over a lot. 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Inarah said:

The Bones tend to fall over a lot. 

 

 

 

Especially when your gird mat has bumps in it! But they've done well enough so far.

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31 minutes ago, VolksFest said:

(Is the last one an Aarakocra ?)

 

Its a Tangu actually. Similar but less... imposing?

 

31 minutes ago, VolksFest said:

What are you called, do you have a name?

 

Like my character in the party? Thats a tricky one... My mini is the elf in the first picture who I named Rand Thrull. But in a twist of oddness (That the players know but the characters do not. Except the Warforged), my actual character is the sword. Yeah I'm playing a sentient weapon. Mostly for a change of pace and because my GM allowed it. In appearance my sword would like more like what the warforged is holding. I named the sword Luxumbra after the Magic The Gathering card Sword of Light and Shadow. Because yes, I am that much of a nerd.

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