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Still waiting on fulfillment.. she is behind and its taking her longer than she anticipated.. sadly she says she won't be able to make these again after the KS is fulfilled

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Going through checking statuses on old kickstarters when I came across this one again.


Anyone here get their dice?

Anyone here still waiting?


Have to admit I'm surprised that in the 2 years leading up to the kickstarter that the project creator mentioned they spent in development of these dice, that the difficulty and length of time to manufacture these dice was never realized.


Looks like the project creator is still sticking with it so I give her props for that.

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Backed and still waiting.  Based on posts on other forums, appears she ran into some kind of RL issues.  They went from hiring new folks and an update person to a long period of silence, then just her slowly making dice.  The reports from the few that have received dice since production restarted have been favorable.  Based on number of backers and number of orders shipped per month, it could be years before everyone gets dice.    

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