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Babar, Lord of the Jungle

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FANTASTIC! Babar AND his base are BEAUTIFULLY painted & crafted creations. You have made an inspiration. VERY WELL DONE!

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I love it.  The gold especially.  I think the base is fine.  Babar is going to want to find relatively clear ground for fighting...

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