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The Innsmouth Look: Black Cat Bases' Deep One Hybrids

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Some more fine citizens of Innsmouth! These are from Black Cat's line of Deep One Hybrids. Casting quality is sometimes an issue with Black Cat, but in the case of these horrible chums, that's more of a feature than a bug. 

Here's a couple more employees of the fish-packing plant: 
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And some of the local fishermen/fishmen. DSCN5384.thumb.JPG.106c52367c0a985e2a303b966a6ae1ad.JPG
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BONUS! For a Call of Cthulhu game, I made a business card: 
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14 hours ago, Redd Knekk said:

So much detail in your world man. Must be a lucky group!

Thanks! They are good and imaginative players (and I love making Call of Cthulhu paper props, but this is a minis forum). 

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