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Those are so nicely done! Have you also seen the Ral Partha D&D wererat with its three stages of transformation? Los a really neat set!

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1 hour ago, 72moonglum said:

Those are so nicely done! Have you also seen the Ral Partha D&D wererat with its three stages of transformation? Los a really neat set!

 

Yes, I own it, but I am not sure exactly where it is  :wacko:

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1 hour ago, Citrine said:

 

Yes, I own it, but I am not sure exactly where it is  :wacko:

One of these days you'll find it and paint it up in all its glory!

 

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They do, indeed, have each have a unique personality...not an easy achievement for Furry Folk. They also are BEAUTIFULLY painted creations. VERY WELL DONE!

Now my Rat Folk seem to be calling for attention.

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