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Quick arm swap for Deep One Priest

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I had two of the Deep One Priest and Servitor pack and thought it would be fairly straightforward to do an arm swap on one of the pairs.  Turns out I was right.  The staff arm for the priest is a glued socket joint so I just pried it out of the socket.  I then carefully cut the same arm from the servitor at the shoulder joint.  I drilled the servitor arm and the socket of the priest and joined the two with a pin cut from a plastruct rod (probably unnecessary, but I like overkill).  On the servitor, I used my dremel to rough out a socket for the key post on the priest arm and glued them together.  I then did very minor greenstuff on the seams of both.  I also did a minor reposition on the servitor that wasn't altered.  Here are comparison shots between original priest and servitor with their altered counterparts.

 

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