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denneyg

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About denneyg

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  1. denneyg

    Pizza for Reaper Folks

    Whereas for me, I'm not willing to put long pants on until it gets down to 20 or so. And even then only if I'm going to be out in it for a while. I used to regularly walk the 3ish blocks to the corner store wearing shorts, a t-shirt and sandals in 0 degree weather. You know, back when I lived someplace that ever gets that cold...
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    Pizza for Reaper Folks

    I think excess funds going to help cover their after party is a wonderful idea.
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    Pizza for Reaper Folks

    Count me in. Any details yet?
  4. denneyg

    Uh-oh (Deathsleet)

    Yeah, that was my experience as well. I didn't glue pennies on, but I weighted the base down. The Jabberwock just kept bending over until it was finally far enough down to dislodge the weight. The ankle on the one foot that is down just doesn't seem to be strong enough to support his weight. I've been considering finding something to prop between his knee and his base to support the weight. Maybe a piece of clear plastic...
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    Uh-oh (Deathsleet)

    Yeah, mine boiled up just fine initially as well (he was pretty much flat when I got him). I set him aside to work on other things, and next I noticed (a couple of hours later) he had fallen over. I figured I'd knocked him over and just set him back up. He stayed just fine, and I went back to what I'd been doing. Next I noticed, he'd fallen over again. What appears to be happening at least to mine is that he'll slowly bend while standing up until he overbalances and falls. At which point his leg bends back to a position where he can support himself again. Stand him back up and he stays up just fine. For an hour or so. I've reported it to Reaper, we'll see what they have to say about it.
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    Uh-oh (Deathsleet)

    I don't have a Deathsleet, but my Jabberwock is having the same issue. And this is without even being assembled.
  7. Actually doubles don't count just once. Every item counts. An order of 6 vampires? 6 items. An order of 1 vampire, 1 figure case, 2 paint sets, C'thulhu, and a Jabberwock? 6 items.
  8. And they've made it to California! Which bodes well for them getting delivered tomorrow. :) And now they're sitting in my living room, waiting for me to get home from work and open 'em up. :)
  9. And they've made it to California! Which bodes well for them getting delivered tomorrow. :)
  10. Though keep in mind that there is no guarantee that any particular location will actually be displayed. It shows the latest one every 30 seconds or so. It doesn't necessarily show them all.
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    Bones Weight Ratio?

    Doug is like that. :)
  12. Could it have been California instead of Canada? Don't forget to look for the comma; City, CA is California while City CA is Canada. They're easy to confuse. Canada is much bigger physically, but California has a slightly higher population...
  13. And looks like we've moved on to 6 items! Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff! You're getting: Figure Case x1 C'thulhu x1 Jabberwock x1 Starter Set 2 x1 Starter Paint Set x1 vampire x1
  14. I've seen a number of people mentioning line items. I'm pretty sure that line items isn't the issue, but total number of items. I believe Bryan mentioned that an order with 5 vampires and nothing else would be the same level of complexity as an order with one vampire and 4 addons. Of course, for me it's six of one, half dozen of the other. I didn't order multiples of anything...
  15. I get you. Would I like my order to go out? Of course. But if Reaper can get all the Canadian stuff on one truck, and only have to deal with those headaches once, more power to 'em. With some of the 'vampire + X' reports coming in, my gut instinct says they'll be back on non-Canadian stuff late today or early Monday. Oh I understand, and even agree that it is reasonable. I'm just also a bit selfishly disappointed. :)
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