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Midlam Miniatures: Hobgoblin Raiding Party Vol.2

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Midlam keeps doing exactly what I want. Rounding up my collection with original miniatures that pairs up well with the original.

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1662635043/hobgoblin-raiding-party-volume-two?ref=profile_created

 

Yes, THEY'RE ALL METAL.

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A Note on Metal

We moving onto a lead free high quality pewter from a reputable metal dealer.  All our past metals had a high Tin content, but could contain a small quantity of lead (typically no more than 5%).  Even still, we cannot guarantee that any of our metal will be entirely lead free.

 

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2 hours ago, amuller33 said:

I m happy I missed Hobgoblins on 1st go around so I get another chance

 

Indeed, there's a pledge level to get the original one combined with this one.

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