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Joe Joyce wrote on Fri, Jul 16, 2010 01:20 PM UTC:
Hey, John. I would actually display the set with the warder-rook and the little berserker pawns, and might even try to play a game with it. 

The 2 gentlemen are a couple of our site artists. Gary makes chesspieces from Sculpy, a clay-like sculpting material, as well as more common materials; and James does statues as well as some excellent artwork. They've both added some fine pieces to the site's piece sets.

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