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small. black. dragon

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I'm a little iffy on whether this mini is worth the investment. The sculpt is good and the details are rather impressive considering its size but it's barely larger than the human mini. If this piece was even large it would easily earn five stars. Or if it were cheaper, it would be an awesome addition to any gaming table but its small size and not-so-small price conspire to undo any enthusiasm it might invoke. Buyer beware.

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solid small mini

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This is a decent mini. The paint job is a bit mottled - not as clean as the photo - but I kinda like it. There is impressive detail on the teeth/mouth, making up for the sloppy eye paint. I took away a star just for the subject matter. I'm not sure this mini is terribly versatile and I like to substitute my minis in for creatures I don't own. Again, this mini is nothing spectacular but it is a solid one.

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Best NPC pack yet!

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I just recently purchased this pack and I'm glad I did. Quality issues in past packs had caused me to hesitate. This pack has good quality cardstock and good artwork. It didn't have any cards that I can't imagine a use for; as compared to other packs with up to half the images too weird, monster-based, or cartoonish for any practical purpose. A couple faces looked like they were drawn from real-life neighbors or something. It's great. Definitely worth the money.

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Not so bad, but oh so bad

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Had this mini about a year and just got the chance to use it. I admit I used it to represent a spirit naga rather than its original purpose. It is solid and sturdy, well-built. It is difficult to appreciate at a distance; you really need to pick it up and study it but it exudes a certain malevolence just the same. It is so much better than any other naga on the market that they don't deserve to be classed together. Fun to use. Understated but cool.

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too cartoony

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This mini is too big. It's a shame to waste a "giant" mini on a creature of this type. That aside, the paint job makes this mini look like something straight out of a low-budget cartoon. It's green - and I mean, John Deere green. No shading or realism. The paint job destroys a decent design. And I can't decide which is worse the mouth or the eyes. The ridiculous black grin with triangle white teeth - again cartoonish. The eyes are a flat black, expressionless and disturbing. While I might be able to figure this guy into play (maybe once) - he demands a repaint.

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