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That is a WONDERFULLY creepy, BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation/creature. Your choice of colors is OUTSTANDING.

The triangular shape of his pupils enhances the alien feel of the piece SPLENDIDLYVERY WELL DONE!

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7 hours ago, haldir said:

Nice use of the barrel cluster pack as well. 


Very nice overall. 


I actually made a trip back to the store to get their treasure chest pack, but they were out of stock. I sadly purchased the barrels, but after adding them, was very happy with something I hadn't seen done with this model as of yet.

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1 hour ago, Iridil said:

Wow - I love the purply scales and the eye. And the barrels! Love me some dungeon dressing - wonder what's in them that he's so protective of....



In my friends campaign he is the local tavern owner. First appearance he came upstairs after all the players got into a bar brawl and he started blasting everybody.

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16 hours ago, Iridil said:

Wow - I love the purply scales and the eye. And the barrels! Love me some dungeon dressing - wonder what's in them that he's so protective of....

EYE WINE. Made from fermented vitreous and aqueous fluids aged for decades. Allows you to see magical visions of (the end of? High points in?) the donors' lives.

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