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Showcase: Black Legion Haarken Worldclaimer

4 monthes ago   |   By Tale of Painters

Hi all! As promised in my last post, here comes Haarken Worldclaimer, the very first Black Legionnaire I painted. I didn't like the trophies on this model, so I assembled it without them. Nice model with a decent amount of details. Next up: Abbadon the Despoiler. Leave a comment or reaction if you please...
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