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Those gargoyles were part of a Julie Guthrie set called the Witch’s Lair, which had furniture for a witch as well as the witch herself.

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9 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Those gargoyles were part of a Julie Guthrie set called the Witch’s Lair, which had furniture for a witch as well as the witch herself.

Just went and looked that up and it appears I've got about half of that set sitting about already. Looks like I'm going to have to dig through Iron Winds stuff at Origins this year to see if I can find the rest. That could be a fun little scene to put together. Thanks!

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