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Really like the darker look of this red dragon - especially on its back against the spikes - brings out the glowing mouth and looks more 'natural'.

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Absolutely Fantastic Dragon!   The dragon is indeed awesome but his base could do with a pile of treasure. That would really put it over the top. 

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