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13 minutes ago, Inarah said:

He looks bat-broccoli crazy. :) 

 

 

Dabbling too long in the Dark Arts does that to you!

Not too sure if he likes being Undead either.

 

 

7 minutes ago, TripleH said:

Good job with him. Kinda has that "Oh! Lort, what have I done."

(I blame Google for mistranslation :poke:)

 

Thanks!

I wonder if he's happy with the result as well.

 

*** I Summon FIRE!!!***

 

*** Wait! Not like that!****

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5 minutes ago, Iridil said:

This guy is clearly only getting started with his crazy - he looks horrified/happy! Really like the faded bloody/fleshy/dirty look to his robes - he's been playing with bodies.....

 

Thanks!
I think he has been listening to this:

 
 

 

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1 hour ago, Pochi said:

Woah! That's awesome and scary!

 

Thanks!

Mission accomplished!

 

29 minutes ago, Dr Boom said:

Nice! That expression with the white soulless eyes really makes this mini.

 

Thank you!

I figured it would make him scarier!

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