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Reaper Bones review #196: Marsh Troll

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Marsh Troll


Trolls are funny things. The iconic regenerating hollow-eyed, long-nosed troll so familiar to traditional Dungeons & Dragons players was originally from Poul Anderson's Three Hearts and Three Lions. And yet, there's nothing really iconic about trolls in popular culture -- depending on which trend you pick, they could have brightly colored hair or long tails. Sculptor Jason Wiebe prefers to treat them like angry stegosauruses.

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This big guy has an aquatic vibe to him befitting a marsh monster, with finned ears and a giant spiked club. He's wielding it two-handed, battering up to knock some poor sap's head clean off. A different kind of troll sculpt that can double as a larger lizardfolk miniature, perhaps Blackscale Lizardfolk. You can purchase this miniature at Amazon.

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