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He looks great!


I can see him as a great salesman!


*** Come over here! I got a bargain on slightly used and damaged armor and weapons!***


*** The blood? Yes, you have to clean it yourself, that's why these are so cheap!***


*** Not interested? Hmmm.. Say! That's a nice helmet you're wearing....I'll be in ...touch! ***

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Thanks everyone 


16 hours ago, Patrik Strom said:

He looks like a force to be reckoned with. I've had my doubts about this figure but seeing this paint job I'll have to reconsider.


He is quite tall/imposing actually, have had my fingers burnt before in buying Reaper figures that look like they are huge but when you buy them are essentially dwarves. 

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