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Ral Partha Dragon Lady by Tom Meier

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14 hours ago, KruleBear said:

That is a nicely sculpted mini from that era...and well painted. 

Thanks very much!  I have a feeling than any old miniature nerd over the age of forty probably has this figure tucked away somewhere.

6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

Thanks very much Glitterwolf!

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40 minutes ago, Rob Dean said:

“Dungeon Lady” ... hence the ragged dress.

Hei Rob! You're totally correct! Just went back to one of the old catalogues and she was originally ES60 Dungeon Lady with Pet Dragon.   This is one of the ones you sent me I think, wasn't it?

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On June 24, 2018 at 8:59 AM, Chaoswolf said:

She looks fantastic!

Thanks! One thing I wondered about this one, if you painted her with white hair and violet eyes, could she be a certain Khaleesi?

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