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Slightly delayed to finish, and even more delayed to post to the forums, are my usual themed miniatures from November: Dwarves!

Beardy folk seem most appropriate for No-Shave November.

Redcaps pretending to be Dwarves from Massive Darkness

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A Duergar Trapper from Stonehaven Miniatures

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The Dwarf King from the small release "The Dwarf King's Court, Revisited" by Colin Dixon Miniatures

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Warhammer Dwarf Miner where I think I remembered how flames work:

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This was going to be my PC for Rise of the Runelords, but the game ended before I ever painted him.  Grimlok Rockholmes, the World's 2nd Greatest Dwarf Detective.  
SKU: 50319: OLAV GUNDERSON, DWARF GAMBLER

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The only beardless member, SKU 77413: Margara, Dwarf Shaman

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SKU 77572: Dwarf Master of the Hunt.  Jason Wiebe always manages to hide fun details: I hadn't realized his jacket was a dragonskin and not just armor plates until I was almost done and wound up painting it to match.

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Another Pathfinder Iconic that took way too long, SKU 89020 Harsk, Iconic Dwarf Ranger

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