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Pathfinder MiniMates—Promo Figure: Dogslicer Ale Goblin
This special double dogslicer-wielding goblin figure was a special promotional item that was released at GenCon 2014 at Scotty's Brewhouse!
Dimensions: 2 1/2" tall on 1 1/4" clear acrylic base, posable, removable weapons.
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