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Armies clash in the middle of May


Life has been oh so toxic this month with a heatwave enveloping my city and midterm national elections. I have to game soon. Here are some posed pictures of two HotT armies I'm working on. One is a fantasy Greek army while the other is a fantasy Egyptian army. Not really a game, just a photo op.

 




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  1. Looks fun? Where are the undead Egyptians from?

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  2. They are a oop game called Arcane Legions

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