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Made in us
Nurgle Chosen Marine on a Palanquin





Livermore, Ca

Bought this model for my Deathguard army when it was first available. I basecoated it, but for 14yrs didn't have the confidence to actually paint the model. It matches my Deathguard army that I still have today
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Made in ie
Norn Queen






Dublin, Ireland

Nice work!

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By 1-irt: Still as long as Hissy keeps showing up this is one of the most entertaining threads ever.

"Feelin' goods, good enough". 
   
Made in us
Wolf Guard Bodyguard in Terminator Armor






I really have a soft spot for the defiler, and this look like a great rendition of it.
I remember seeing it in the window of a FLGS when it came out and before I got involved in 40k. I thought it was huge and awesome.

Trolls n Robots, battle reports på svenska https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbeiubugFqIO9IWf_FV9q7A 
   
Made in us
Nurgle Chosen Marine on a Palanquin





Livermore, Ca

Thanks guys.

All the weapons are magnetized, torso too, and front arms go up and down (at the mid-joint) and the claws also articulate. Battle cannon also moves, but not sure why I didn't fix it in place. Also the mini-banner is magnetized, in case I want to field a combi-bolter. Added some more pictures, most of them are earlier stages.

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