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A very small grumpy Bones Basilisk (Reaper 77371)

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This is indeed a very intresting colour combination. Would work fantastic too for a cold nmm gold. Definitely like it!!!

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I never would have imagined a Basilisk could make pouty lips. The Grumpy Fellow or Lady painted up BEAUTIFULLY in your own unique way. VERY WELL DONE!

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