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Yet another Realm of the Ancients setup - tomb!
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Yet another Realm of the Ancients setup - tomb! 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
OK, so even though I previously said I liked to treat ROTA as a locale with relatively less menace than, say, the DoE, that doesn't mean it wouldn't make a great home for skeletons. It is the realm of the ANCIENTS after all. So here I have a necromancer and his pets in their ruined palace. I painted these skeletons ages ago, showed some here, and the choice of blue for them was 100% because of the plans I had for the use of blue in repainted ROTA stuff. I was thinking ahead, man. Oh, and I also stuck in a kewl Medusa plate thingy I picked up from an online dollhouse place. I can't quite picture the dollhouse that would have a home for this, but I'm sure it kicks @#$@.

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#33098
Yet another Realm of the Ancients setup - tomb! 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
That bronze Medusa is perfect for RotA!
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#33099
Yet another Realm of the Ancients setup - tomb! 5 Years, 9 Months ago  
You get a Double You rock the free world for that!!!
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