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Yeah, thanks so much! This has been a great month, and the forum has been insanely entertaining. My only consolation now (asside from chanting "March... September!" is going back on the few pages I missed of this thread due to work.

 

THANKS REAPER!!! <3 <3 <3

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I'm waiting for the call from bryan at 2AM...

 

"Hey Qwyk you *bleeper* here's your alert for the next stretch goal! By the glistening bottle of Shiner Boch!"

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Thank you Reaper peeps for all the work you put into this. I am glad you gave us the opportunity to help support you guys, and get a fantastic deal on your product to boot.

 

Thank you to all the guys here on the forums who have been entertaining me in between my own obessive hitting of F5. You guys are a riot, and I hope to see more of you guys around. (I'll stick around too this time... I'm working on the karmic debt that kept me away from the forums. )

 

And Thank you to everyone who supported this, we all made out like bandits because of each others support. ::D:

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As soon as I saw Cthulhu, I almost wet my pants not only upped my pledge to cover him, I upped it enough to cover another case. Just to help make sure we got Cthulhu.

I had a similar reaction when I saw Cthulhu. :)

Same here.

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As soon as I saw Cthulhu, I almost wet my pants not only upped my pledge to cover him, I upped it enough to cover another case. Just to help make sure we got Cthulhu.

I had a similar reaction when I saw Cthulhu. :)

Same here.

 

 

And I've failed my sanity check.

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Man, what a ride!!! In the end I had 2 people at work checking their phones for updates as well as my wife at home sending me texts. The funniest thing was that none of those people are into miniatures at all! I was getting giddy updates all day from them - it was crazy!

 

I wasn't able to add to my pledge but fully plan to add an extra $20 for Kaladrax and Cthulhu when the Pledge Manager comes online. Really glad that didn't make the difference (could you imagine - missing the goal by $20??!!).

 

I do have to wonder - what was the next goal?.....

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And now let us all have a moment of silence for the 192 Skeletons, 6 Zombies, 330 Ghasts, 16 Ghouls, 17 Spectres, 48 Wraiths, 121 Ghosts, 32 Mummies (You poor bastards, so close!) and perhaps even the 155 Liche-Level Sophie fanatics who chose succubus-lust over sheer volume of lovely plastic. We can only hope these tragic 900-odd brothers and sisters come to their senses and beg, borrow or steal the money needed to Vamp up when the RPM launches

 

And of course the countless thousands who clicked too late and were forever lost to us.

 

May Bryan have mercy on their checkbooks.

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Congrats to everyone involved!

 

I was sitting in the store with one of my customers doing dueling refreshes, him on his iPad, me on my laptop.

 

I even tried to up my pledge a couple of minutes out (which I wasn't going to do at work), but I couldn't get in to KS. My heart dropped when I finally got in with less than 30 seconds left and it looked like we were less than $20 short (I was going to up my order by $40). Then KS crashed again and I thought we missed it.

 

But then I saw the fb post that we made the Cthulhu and was relieved...

 

Now, who do I have to bribe to get my minis before March?

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I am so excited for this. Roll on 2013. Anyway, I tried to roughly divy up what I'll be getting by genre/type (I'm not quite getting everything, actually, but most things). Couldn't seem to upload it larger, and I'm sure others could do a better job of it than me, but it filled a bones craving for me for a bit.

 

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Man, with all these recent posts, I feel like I got out really cheap at $250. I don't even know what I'm getting for that. I just bumped my pledge to what I felt I could spare whilst still staying married, figure I'll make the decision about what I actually get when the survey comes out. Or let my kids.

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Man, with all these recent posts, I feel like I got out really cheap at $250. I don't even know what I'm getting for that. I just bumped my pledge to what I felt I could spare whilst still staying married, figure I'll make the decision about what I actually get when the survey comes out. Or let my kids.

 

Don't feel too bad - that is about where I stopped. That is pretty much my game budget for the next 6 months too. I don't care though - I managed to get my wife very excited about this deal when she saw the sheer volume of minis I'll be getting and how many of them are top quality female figures as well.

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I'm sorry I missed the endgames, but I was at my Saturday D&D game having an epic beatdown. Still, it sounds like it was a harrowing experiance.

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