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Cool bunch!

A small band of mercenaries looking for trouble and loot!

 

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Great group begging for an encounter to be made around them! Really like the way you did the goblin's face.

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That rabbit with the trumpet looks particularly...rascally. 

Great work all 'round!

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19 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Cool bunch!

A small band of mercenaries looking for trouble and loot!

 

 

Re-boot LoTR movie????:lol:

 

Great looking minis! The more I see those bunnies, the more I wish I would have put in a pledge for them.

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They are a SPLENDID Gang of Little Hooligans. They are all WONDERFULLY painted creations. The merry Goblin is my favorite. VERY NICELY DONE!

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