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10 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Oooh, they look rather lovely! 

 

Question: who makes the purple robed one, that's wielding what looks like a spear? 

 

@WhiteWulfe 77235, Toghra the Gnoll Leader is a conversion I did using two Reaper gnoll models, clic HERE for more detail. Here's the link to the conversion WIP if you'd like more information.

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