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Vala (18mm scale)

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Vala (18mm scale) by dutchmogul Apr 14, 2017
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UPDATE- This entry now includes an OpenTactics stat card. You can find this and other OpenTactics characters in this expanding collection.

Reading Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology and, of course, I'm back on my Nine Worlds kick. Reworking older models into new variants like this one.

This character was designed for our sci-fantasy tabletop RPG, Wayfarer: Things Beyond Wonder and for our modular wargaming system, Discord: Multi-Genre Miniature Mayhem.

We've set up a Patreon page for anyone who's interested in helping to fund us so we can keep making free and open sourced games like Pocket-Tactics, Discord, and others, not to mention the growing catalog of gaming miniatures that you can use for whatever you want! (Psst... we take requests and commissions...)

Enjoy!

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