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7 hours ago, ungoreatstefan said:

If you don't mind my asking, who sent the first email to you re: packages being prepared for shipment. Sometimes my spam filter catches dwarven forge as spam - so I've been keeping an eye out in my spam folder for my notification, but it'd be helpful to know what email address to look out for.

Dwarvenforgewebmaster at gmail for the first email. The second email was from an odd domain.

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I got my first shipment, I got my sorceror's sanctum, a trebuchet, the citadel roof, and a small round crenelations pack. The uh mountains, grand citadel, additional watchtower and everything else I guess will ship at some other date.  

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I think this PC of mine might have failed his Perception Check. 

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I got a partial shipment in and it's fantastic. The only thing I'm not sold on is the ABS plastic for the courtyard 8x8 tiles. I still prefer the original dwarvenite and how they did the 8x8 Mountain floor pieces making them hollow to avoid the warping.

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21 minutes ago, jcg said:

I got a partial shipment in and it's fantastic. The only thing I'm not sold on is the ABS plastic for the courtyard 8x8 tiles. I still prefer the original dwarvenite and how they did the 8x8 Mountain floor pieces making them hollow to avoid the warping.

I agree.

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2 hours ago, jcg said:

I got a partial shipment in and it's fantastic. The only thing I'm not sold on is the ABS plastic for the courtyard 8x8 tiles. I still prefer the original dwarvenite and how they did the 8x8 Mountain floor pieces making them hollow to avoid the warping.

So the 8x8 castle floors are different material than the mountain floor?  I wonder why that is.  I thought they would both be the same and they changed the material because creating molds for large pieces like that wasn't feasible financially.

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I severely pared down on my DF4 pledge...so I'm anxiously awaiting what I did get. (Watch it show up while I'm on vacation...)

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9 hours ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

So the 8x8 castle floors are different material than the mountain floor?  I wonder why that is.  I thought they would both be the same and they changed the material because creating molds for large pieces like that wasn't feasible financially.

The castle floor is material more similar to Wyrmgear's wings while the mountain floor is more like a thinner piece of a typical floor tile.

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4 hours ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

Another question the tower floors.  Can you add pieces to make it as big around as you want or are you limited to diameters they describe?

They are limited to 4" or 6".

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3 minutes ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

That's disappointing....

 It would take a rather creative use of geometry to do something else. 

 

On another note, all the curved stairs I received curve the same direction instead of a mix. 

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