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Hi all,


These are two figures I had left unpainted from the 80s, though they may be late 70s models. These too, seem to suffer from a shinyness once I seal them. They were fairly quick (for me) paints, but I have a nostalgic feel for these guys. I think they are Grenadier - but not sure, and I had filed down the bottoms (!). I painted them up as followers for one of the characters in the campaign I DM.







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Yuppers. Dem's Fightin' Men, all right. 

I remember when you could look at a D&D mini and tie it to a specific historical era... because all your old D&D fighter minis were basically just historicals...

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