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A wonderful piece of pulp adventure terrain, suitable for the Serpent Men of Valusia, the Yuan-Ti or Lizardfolk, or any game with dinosaur cults or a reptilian civilization. @Glitterwolf might find this useful--and it's a very painter-friendly sculpt.  

For scale, we have a 28mm Kirangozi and a 32mm safari explorer. 

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That's a cool terrain piece!

 

Ah, the poor naive explorer will soon find herself surrounded by the worshipers of this Idol!

 

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Great piece!

 

"What a wonderful find!  I must get a picture!  They'll never believe this back at the University.  Don't be silly, Mustafa - the cult of Grignosh died out centuries ago.  There's nothing to worry about...umm...do you hear drums, Mustafa?  Mustafa...?"

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