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Here are a couple great characters for Modiphius' Fallout miniatures game that I got to paint up.

The first one is the Nukacola girl- sort of a pinup girl used in advertising for the brand, so she's wearing more makeup than most Fallout characters.

The second is the alien. If you don't recognize him from the game, that probably means that you didn't explore his location yet.






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