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Reaper Bones review #41: Skeletal Swordsmen

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Skeletal Swordsmen

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Skeletons, like giant rats, are common monsters in dungeon crawls so you think there would be more of them. Ed Pugh (related to the other Bones sculptor David Pugh?), has made Bones a literal reality with these skeletons: one wields a sword and shield, the other a bow.

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Skeletal bowmen typically don’t see a lot of play except in tabletop wargames, but the skeletal swordsman is a welcome sight. His shield is plain, but that’s just an opportunity to paint it interesting colors.

You can purchase this miniature at Noble Knight Games.

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