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Citrine paints Oathsworn Dragonborn Cleric with Hammer

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On 5/30/2020 at 9:41 PM, Citrine said:

In my quest to paint up every race class combination, I tackled this fun mini from Oathsworn Miniatures.  One bad thing about pre-painting dragonborn is that they have unique powers based on their dragon color, so how likely is it that someone want to pick this mini in blue for the character?  Oh well, another one down!

 

 

Only one thing to do; get a whole box and paint one for each possible colour...  

 

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