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13 minutes ago, Lucian523 said:

Lookin quite good! I like the choice of colors they compliment each other well. Say what's the male mini? I think I need one of those.




Also it's a female as well. One of the requirements to be a Grey Maiden in Pathfinder ::): 


Nice work!! Love the bases.

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Very nice!  I like the unity of color you've presented.


The captain is Isabeau Laroche? 


I'd hate to be those poor squad members.. 1 captain, 3 lieutenants and 4 soldiers!  That's some top-heavy leadership!! ::P:

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3 minutes ago, eldamir said:

The captain is Isabeau Laroche? 


I'd hate to be those poor squad members.. 1 captain, 3 lieutenants and 4 soldiers!  That's some top-heavy leadership!! ::P:


Yes, that's who I'm using for the captain - I wanted to have an even number of Grey Maidens to make it easier to build encounters with groups of them.  Having three "levels" of them should make it easier for my players to differentiate between relevant individuals in an encounter.

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A very nice looking squad!  I'm tempted to try something similar, it's always handy to have a coordinated group of opponents.  Great job making them look cohesive but distinct.  

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