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Thought some might find it useful to keep track of the process. Since we will be getting an email about shipping we can get some insight as to what Reaper is shipping when without having to bother them. So when you get your email, You can post that you got the shipping notice and what you got (if you want to share). I'd say lets try and keep the repeats down on shipment types (1 box, two box, red box blue box) so I'll try and keep track of them in this post.

 

Example:

 

 

USA

 

1x Vampire received.

Tier 2 shipping: US Vampire - Sophie + Case confirmed

Tier 3/2.5: Vampire, case, and 3 vampire item add-ons (Horde, IMEF and NOVA) and Vampire + 3 paint sets emails received.

 

Canada

 

Stage 1 in process. Waiting on notification of becoming their own broker to ship directly without fees

 

ROW

 

stage 1: Email notification of shipping received.

Stage 2: email received for Dungeon Attack + 2 Cases + 2 Paint Set

Stage 3: email received for vampire + 3 paint sets + 3 small add ons

 

 

Updated with latest info

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Someone on the kickstarter comments posted this an hour ago (4/9/2013 ~1:00 PM PDT)

I just got a shipping notice for my US Vampire - Sophie + Case

So looks like domestic orders are still in the vampire + 1 stage.

 

About a day ago, an international backer posted the following:

Just got my international shipping confirmation for my Dungeon Attack + 2 Cases + 2 Paint Sets. :-)

 

Unsurprisingly, looks like international is a little ahead since there's so many less of those orders to process.

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I haven't gotten confirmation from anyone outside the US that Vampire + case has shipped. I've only seen confirmation of Vampire and the Dungeon attack +.

 

Got my shipment confirmation a few hours ago. Original pledge confirmation done in early October. I am in for

 

Vampire x1 ($150)

Case x1

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From KS comments: Captain Pete about 1 hour ago

I just got my email and I ordered Vampire, case, and 3 Vampire add-ons (1 undead horde, IMEF and 2 NOVA corps).

Hah. I just created an account to join in on the conversation and someone has beaten me to my own punch.

 

As of yet, I have no tracking data for the package but I expect it won't update until tomorrow.

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I got my email! Vampire, 2 x Cases, and one add-on coming my way!

 

Edit: April 15th can't come soon enough :)

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Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff!

You're getting:
vampire x1
Starter Paint Set x1
Undead Paint Set x1
Starter Set 2 x1
IMEF Paint Set x1

Your shipment was postmarked on 04-11-2013 and is being shipped UPS Ground.
Your delivery confirmation number:

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Received at 5pm today

 

Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff!

You're getting:

vampire x1

Fighters x1

Heroes x1

We Be Goblins x1

Halflings x1

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From KS comments: Captain Pete about 1 hour ago

I just got my email and I ordered Vampire, case, and 3 Vampire add-ons (1 undead horde, IMEF and 2 NOVA corps).

Hah. I just created an account to join in on the conversation and someone has beaten me to my own punch.

 

As of yet, I have no tracking data for the package but I expect it won't update until tomorrow.

To update, I have tracking data. It looks like 4 days shipping, which I imagine to be standard for most of these Bones orders.

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Updated to include latest KS post from singapore:

 

vampire x1
Starter Paint Set x1
Starter Set 2 x1
Undead Paint Set x1
TownsFolk x1
Heroes x1
We Be Goblins x1

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Please take discussions not related to you or someone on KS receiving a shipping email to another thread. I've asked the mods to clean this one up so we can keep it focused.

 

(MOD EDIT: posts moved to No Bones Yet thread)

Edited by ladystorm
Moved Posts between this and last notice of shipping

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Check your past emails, you should have one called "Your Bones Pledge has been locked in" and it will say what you pledged; check what time/date you were sent the email, and that's when you filled out the survey. :)

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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I would love to get an idea of when I may get my order so if any of you get a shipping confirmation I would love it if you would post here and include the contents. Please only post if you are the actual party who received the confirmation.

 

Something like this would be awesome:

 

*** EXAMPLE ONLY (I have not received a confirmation at this time) ***

Confirmation received 06/15/2013:

  • Vampire x1 $100
  • Fire Giants x1 $10
  • Frost Giants x1 $10
  • Spider Centaurs x1 $10
  • Fire Giant Warriors x1 $10
  • Storm Giants x1 $10
  • Hydra x1 $15

*** END EXAMPLE ***

 

Thanks in advance,

 

~ S ~

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