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I already check several versions of samurais, so why not to try something mixed? In my design I like to put a Mexican rural worker with some bandages. I remember too about the Japanese concepts using the Dragon symbol on warriors, so this time must be something like the feathered serpent God, (and my favorite in prehispanic stories) the Great Quetzalcoatl, in dragon style.

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current20:08, 24 June 2008Thumbnail for version as of 20:08, 24 June 2008433 × 709 (82 KB)Magolobo Mario (Talk | contribs)I already check several versions of samurais, so why not to try something mixed? In my design I like to put a Mexican rural worker with some bandages. I remember too about the Japanese concepts using the Dragon symbol on warriors, so this time must be som
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