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Some guy from the Kickstarter  project.  Cast in plastic, some of the detail was really sharp, some was not. The face was weird, I could not figure out if he was supposed to have a mustache or not.  Good enough for tabletop play. 

 

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I like it alot! The colours picked for the armor, hair, all of it are great!

My nitpick would be the eyes however, it throws off all the good work you did on the mini.

 

Well done!

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