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This Weeks Dungeon: The 9 Words of Power part 2 section 2
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This Weeks Dungeon: The 9 Words of Power part 2 section 2 7 Years, 7 Months ago  
Here is the continuation of part two of a nine part quest to uncover the nine lost netherese tomes. I am using the Cthulhu fig as a custom Mind Flayer type monster based on the Elder Brain. He is very nasty! Cut me some slack on the Mind Flayers paint jobs. One is early eighties and one is late eighties or early nineties paint jobs and I wasn't that good back then. I included them because I love Illithids!












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This Weeks Dungeon: The 9 Words of Power part 2 section 2 7 Years, 7 Months ago  
Very nice! I really like the combination of elements, and of course for Cthulu it makes perfect sense to combine the lake set and the DoE! (come to think of it, he'd also work with the MBS stuff thrown in, for an Olde New Englande kinda feel) (oh, and I realize that's not Cthulu in your game, but still...)

And I really kinda like the blue Mind Flayer there -- sure, the paint job isn't perfect, but there's a lot to like there. The color selection is great, for one thing. And there's a kind of wet translucent quality to the head, it looks like he's slimy and vaguely transparent. It's remarkably effective. Granted, the red one is... less impressive. ;) But I'd be pretty proud of the blue one, especially for a first effort. When I have minis like that, I find that even as I make improvements in one area, I'm not always able to capture the best parts of the original...

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