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That is a formidable group. Very nicely done. I like the addition of the hyenas. 

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There is something especially appealing about Group Portraits. The Gnolls are all BEAUTIFUL individually, but, as a Group, they are SPECTACULAROUTSTANDINGLY WELL DONE!

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Many thanks, I'm very happy everyone's response. @Loim, @Iridil, @Inarah, @Glitterwolf, @malefactus, @Darcstaar I appreciate.

 

7 hours ago, Inarah said:

That is a formidable group. Very nicely done. I like the addition of the hyenas. 

Hyenas are a natural addition to this group. Gnolls of all kinds have found an affinity for hyenas, who many see as their brethren and whom they have kept as pets or for hunting. Also, hyenas that feasted upon the slain foe of one of the Fangs is transformed into full-grown gnolls, allowing fangs to quickly increase their population. Fangs are gnolls possessed by a demonic spirit, marking them as one of Yeenoghu chosen. Yeenoghu being a demon lord and the chief being worshiped by gnolls.

 

3 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Excellent!  The more red toned warrior with the axe stands out the most to me.

The reddish Gnoll Warrior gotta be the berserker of the band, that will explain the color. It also sands out from the group being the only one sculpted by Bobby Jackson.

 

 

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