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Cool stuff and well painted! Those brick walls look cool!

 

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Oh holy smokes, I went to the Mantic web site.. I kinda want all of these for D&D now. The hoards look like awesome dragon-basing.

 

What do you think of the sets ? :)

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1 hour ago, Dibbler said:

Cool stuff and well painted! Those brick walls look cool!

 

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Oh holy smokes, I went to the Mantic web site.. I kinda want all of these for D&D now. The hoards look like awesome dragon-basing.

 

What do you think of the sets ? :)

 

I love the majority of the sets.  I backed for the main three boxes and liked the majority.  The hedge rows were the only disappointing thing to me but still useful.

 

Most of the items I would print out on my 3D printer now but their cost and availability is great.

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