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My Druid is circle of the Shepard- she can cast spectral animals to help buff the party. She is also an astrologist with a huge interest in space. She also has the robe of stars...

 

i made her spectral unicorn a space unicorn...because why not? 

 

She is also attached (although no reaper) to show the robe I painted...

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19 minutes ago, Citrine said:

Very pretty!

 

It is completely ok to show off non Reaper minis here, btw.

Good to know! I’m very proud of my character, perhaps I will share her and my other hero forge character 

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