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Ive always liked this particular Gnoll.  he led the scouting group that brought down the party in our first game of Rappan Atuk.  Sold the 4 surviving members of the party to some pirates and moved into the castle they cleared with his clan.  You did a good job on him and I Love the Mohawk!

 

This was one of the first experiences this group had with monsters actually using the magical equipment they were holding. 

Facing a wand of magic missiles and a wand of hold person gave them a new perspective.

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I think the colors on the mohawk work well - more muted wouldn't be so striking. Congrats on getting past painter's paralysis!

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