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I could use those wolves in my current Weds night campaign. ::D:

 

Couple of wolves attacked/killed a wild magic sorcerer but he had a wild surge, thus imparting his intelligence & some of his magic upon the 2 wolves when his spell went awry. 

 

One wolf has fire breath, a fire like coat. The other has lightning breath & a bluish coat. Perfect! 

 

The party will be heading off to find a unusual pack of wolves next Weds. I may have to stea errr borrow these schemes. 

 

Nice work! 

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BONUS POINTS for painting WOLVES!

 

I love this, awesome idea and well executed!

 

WOOF Science Department

 

Firebreathing  and lightning spitting wolves?

Why didn't we think of that yet?

GET TO WORK!!!

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9 hours ago, haldir said:

I could use those wolves in my current Weds night campaign. ::D:

 

Couple of wolves attacked/killed a wild magic sorcerer but he had a wild surge, thus imparting his intelligence & some of his magic upon the 2 wolves when his spell went awry. 

 

One wolf has fire breath, a fire like coat. The other has lightning breath & a bluish coat. Perfect! 

 

The party will be heading off to find a unusual pack of wolves next Weds. I may have to stea errr borrow these schemes. 

 

Nice work! 

 

Borrow away! “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery”. They were not hard to paint. I wish I had some wip pics to share. But I was in a hurry to get them done before the deadline.

 

     buckyball 

 

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