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  1. And I have time to get in myself (and for hubby as well, who's first words were I want HIM *points at dragon that's labelled #7*)
  2. Well, it's also "going nuts" on picking up most of a set simply because I suspect shipping the items halfway around the world is cheaper if it's all in one box - no having to pay shipping a second time if one gets the 17 or so rollers they want all together I'm also a delivery driver, so while I won't pass the entrance exams, being somewhat crazy is par for the course :P I will playfully use you as the scapegoat for why I'm picking them up, just like I namedropped you for the Rainbow Dragon challenge, as yours was the first thread I read on it that made me go "this sounds like a lot of fun!" I definitely hear you on not being attached to a gaming system being nice and liberating, because there's none of those restrictions game systems tend to have!
  3. According to https://www.reapermini.com/Bones4 the cutoff is July 31, 2018. :)
  4. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    o_O Soooooo many shiny things already announced and Winter NAMM is barely underway.... Thankfully, for the moment, the only thing that really REALLY caught my eye was a synth from Arturia, but now that synth is fighting hobby money thoughts. Hmmmm, following previous track records here's hoping I can get hobby stuff and then work towards said synth after
  5. I'll admit, once I found them it didn't take long to get most of those rollers onto my wishlist.... Wishlist now includes both 6 packs (because even though it's doubled up on the plain ones it's still cheaper than buying just four of them individually), then quite possibly Dutch Bricks, Egyptian, Temple, Aztec, and Mesh. Sure it's a bit spendy to get almost all of them, but there would be a LOT more variety in each base compared to buying pre-fabricated bases, and I'm nuts (aka with all the various projects I have I figure I might as well get them all, then mix and match as I go) Many thanks for the additional tips on usage of the rollers too Those are some rather lovely army lists too, and will be quite the collection!
  6. New DM is throwing up too many red flags!

    Yeouch, sounds like quite the painful session of being very brutally railroaded o_O On the bit about hours on Google.... For that place to have their hours changed, they just need to submit an edit request for such as a "regular" contributor, or if they're a local guide just put an edit in, and then have someone else confirm the edit (I'm saying this as a six, almost seven star Local Guide). Changes will usually go live within 24 hours.
  7. Reaper Bones 4: Enthusiasm and Commentary Thread

    Thankfully it wasn't too hard to get into the pledge manager... Just a bit painful to realize the items we want will cost $525 or so with shipping o_O (do note - this is with pretty much all options we want doubled up because there's two of us). Still really tempting to sign up for such, once there's spare cash though, because I definitely like a decent amount of what's in the pack (and the stuff I'm not as keen on, well, it'll be something different to paint!)
  8. Wait, you can get rolling pins with designs in them for doing bases? o_O EDIT: Well now.... Uhm, I just might have to get me a few of those and some sculpting tools now........ Quite a few really nice ones from Green Stuff.....
  9. Reaper Bones 4: Enthusiasm and Commentary Thread

    Don't know if this is the palce to put it or whatnot, but... On the Bones 4 page ( https://www.reapermini.com/Bones4 ), clicking Rauthuros brings you to the Stygian barge (17340), instead of the larger version of his pic (17341) That's a lot of options one can pick... Quite a few really interesting miniatures too. Definitely tempting to become a late backer!
  10. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    This is where I point out that after showing him the Bones 4 Kickstarter minis I got excited, and approving swearing as a reply, right? And then was promptly told that if I did put an order in, it better follow our usual rule of "what shiny one gets, the other does too"? Okay, not quite his words but if we did join late he'd greatly prefer his own set. Aaaand down that rabbit hole I'm headed I suspect. At first I didn't understand how people could get so backlogged from Bones Kickstarter orders, but now that I know core sets have sooooooooo many in them, I can see exactly why. And I'm tempted, partially because I like half the core set but also because that lil $12 dragon is sooooooooo cute! I love the fact I married an enabler who shares several hobbies I do ^_^;;;;; (or who will at least let me get various things like old computer parts so long as three rules are followed - he gets something as well, bills are paid, and there is a decent selection of food in the cupboards and fridge)
  11. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    Hmm, hubby finally did up a BYOPS of his own last night... And picked a rather nice coverage of paints for the 54 bottles from the Bones and HD lines too. Question is, should I be worried, excited, or both? ^_^;;;;; I'm still tempted to try and go in whole hog for a full 108, but that's just me wanting a full set to cover pretty much any possibility ^_^;;;
  12. Wolf Tribe - Rageclaw Warrior

    Looooove how it's a combination of stalking and patrolling, ready to jump into action at a moment's notice!
  13. Getting to Know You, Jan 2018

    It varies. - when getting groceries, it isn't bad provided northern winds aren't blowing like mad. And no ice. - if there's wind, it becomes ice shards to the face. Painful ice shards. - it's an absolutely BLAST to drive in! - not so much fun if you get pulled over for going around a tight industrial road sideways, in a front wheel drive car, chaining multiple corners. RCMP only accept the words "I'm doing my best to train for TSD rallying, since there's no nearby school for such" so many times. On the flipside, the first (and last time) I got caught the ghost car driver was impressed I was able to do such. My boss at the time, not so much, since lights went on as I pulled into the front parking lot. Nobody believed me I didn't get a ticket until later on the RCMP ordered pizza, and confirmed that indeed, I was issued a warning. - it's fun to do said sideways driving in a Dodge Sprinter, or even Nissan NV 1500... Until traction control kicks in, or Montreal (head office) phones your boss asking why traction control was turned off and the GPS was registering g-forces delivery vehicles usually don't experience under normal operation. *whistles innocently* - snow + traction control = traction control trying to make you driving into the curb, or k-rails. Not so much fun. And head office gets cranky if we turn said traction control off, something about it being a safety feature. - SNOWBALL FIGHTS! - Snowboarding!!! .... I'm a delivery driver, I absolutely looooove winter driving. Just not all the idiots who magically forget how to drive in such conditions, in a province where we get such conditions on average 7-8 months of the year... I always did want to do that but back when I was contemplating such we had a decent hill only a five minute's walk walk away, and we knew we'd be in trouble with parents if we did... So hill it was.
  14. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    I live in an apartment, so I watch the machines like a hawk seeking prey, or a fox searching for cookies (if glitter coated, feel free to substitute high quality licorice). That and the tenants I nether suite right next to the laundry room apparently have a baby, so I wanted to be in and out of there before the posted cutoff hours (that half the tenants ignore). Usually I am doing laundry at the laundromat, since it's cheaper, cleans my clothes better and even with a fifteen minute walk there and back is usually faster overall (doubly so if you have like four or five loads to do at once, like on "all the blankets get cleaned day"). So can't wait to have a house, because then if I'm doing laundry at 2am nobody cares. Now I'm just waiting for my tea to steep, got everything else set up... We'll, except music, but I'm always indecisive about that so I'll flip through a few albums then be good (or just say screw it and put up Traxxstorm Records Podcast, probably #90 because I looooove mixes by The Melodyst.) Edit: my bad, it's "Hardcore Italia" put out by Traxxstorm Records for the podcast. #119 it is for tonight. Bit harsh for skeletons, but eh, I've wanted to relisted to this one for a while. Edit the second: don't listen to those podcasts at work or around little kids, there's usually a decent amount of swearing in them, especially #119, and especially track 4 of said podcast. Also, many dun like italian/german/Dutch hardcore :p
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