In Pathfinder, halflings still don't wear boots, are a little thinner than hobbits, but like hobbits are fond of pipes -- musical pipes that is. Lem's a rakish iconic bard who made his instrument a choice few players pick -- something he has to hold in his hand. In my experience bards are almost all singers, because you can't disarm a singer (well you can cut his throat but then he has other problems). Lem demonstrates why bards don't like to carry instruments, because his flute is nearly as large as he is.
But you can't fault a guy for trying. Lem looks like he's always ready for a good time even if it might take him a little while to drag his flute there. You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.
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