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Started on these a while ago, and they didn't need much touching up so they're my first victories on the Thanksgiving Challenge.

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I'm keeping the bases simple as eventually I'll be doing a full Middenheimer warband for Mordheim.

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The wolf cloaks match fairly well with the Middenheimer champion I already have.

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He seems to be enjoying the company of his new friends.

 

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