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    Take a look at my art

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalvatoreK View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGamer911
    The burning of Oakvale is the most important event in all of Fable, as everything that happens afterword stems from it. Even the events of Fable III, despite taking place 550 years after the raid, may not have happened if Twinblade and his men never attacked a seemingly unimportant village in the southern part of Albion.

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    Not sure a simple recolor warrants an entire thread, but it looks alright, could've used something more.

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    I like the XX Nerf
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    Quote Originally Posted by SalvatoreK View Post
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    I love it, would you like to learn how to ifile it in. Lmao I am pretty sure its allowed, only you can see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AliGamer911 View Post
    The minigun's color re-work looks very vibrant; the flash looks like it would be a little too bright, in my opinion. Other than that, it looks fantastic.
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