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Bog Trog Trawler, Warmachine Hordes fishman

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A fitting adversary for the Benthic Walker and my aquanauts, this burly fishy brute packs a massive steampunky harpoon cannon and a cape made of human leather. (How aquatic species do their leather-tanning, I don't know, but it seems to work for this guy.) 

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He's also adorned with fishhooks, which must be a bold countercultural statement among fishmen. Like a necklace of bullets and syringes for a human, I guess. 

Big fella, he came with a Large base but could pass for a very burly Medium creature in my opinion.

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This brute is not some lungbreather hybrid from Innsmouth; this is 100% Deep One stuff. 

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Oh yes, also the rotten hands and bones on the gruesome cape. Trophies of the Ones that Got Away, perhaps?

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