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Or Bones 3 goblins.   these grunts are really tiny

speed painted them for a D&D game I was running for daughter - then counted my bones goblins - surely they are not going to need all 22 painted goblins...

 

They called in some centaur allies and attacked the whole tribe head on.  I ran out of figures, and the goblins retreated after taking 60% casualties. 

the underboss and witch doctor both lived to fight again, but the centaur allies are calling it a day. 

 

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