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Kings of War: Vanguard Objective Markers

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These are four objective markers form Mantic's Kings of War: Vanguard Kickstarter.  The models are ok.  On a couple of the pieces, you can see the 3d print lines from the master model.  They will work fine for simple terrain pieces.  Overall I am happy with how they turned out.  

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