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Nocturna: The Quest (relaunch)

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And posting this in the RIGHT thread now ....

 

I'm at a loss of how to pledge here. I want a mix of 35mm and 70mm figures. But I don't see any "add-on" prices for additional figures. Ideally I'd like to just back at the 1 figure level and then add-on the extras I want. I'm not seeing if this is possible or how to do it? Or what the costs for add ons might be?

 

 

And I got an answer to my question from them.

 

Yes, you can add figures after the KS. The price will be the same as the price in the KS (13 for the 35mm, 39 for the big ones, 180 for the dragon). So you can mix and match to your hearts content after the fact and pledge now for that if you like. I like being able to put in a solid basic pledge now and adding finds later for a few more once finished and I see all that are there.

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I'm probably going to drop out of this.. not especially enamored of anything except the dragon and thats no where near in my budget...  the more i look at the models the less excited i get.. and the mouse and the goblin do nothing for me..

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Since I quit being lazy and filled out my Backerkit survey, thought I'd send out a reminded that they are about due.  While the emails I've been getting said the 20th, backerkit lists the probable lock date as the 30th.

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I was bad and added on a storm griffon.  I know, I know, that took away my planned funds for a January Reaper order but I'm not big on grim reapers anyway.  Plus the griffon was 'bout 30% off retail and too tempting.

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Latest update is they are starting to ship rewards and to keep an eye out for shipping notification.

Very excited about getting the grim and brutal Seth in the most classic black metal post ever.

i can't remember what I added on from the existing catalogue other then it was too much. 

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Got my usps shipping notification and they were already in the next town over shipping hub! Soon Seth and all his cliched black metal pose will be mine!!!

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I received my notice over the weekend.  It's currently still in Texas, but should arrive in a few days.

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My package arrived on Tuesday or Wednesday. Tip top quality and all present & correct.

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Oh yeah, got mine. Nice quality but some of the worse smelling resin I've ever encountered. Gonna have to air it out somewhere not within smells by distance 

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I have virtually no sense of smell so I wouldn't know if it was stinky or not. I can barely tell if there's smoke in the air of a strong scent of petrol.

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I had that weird horrible smell with some Scibor stuff too

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I wonder if it's just how brand new resin of that type smells. 

I can just put it in my laundry room to air outz 

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I have quite a few other Nocturna resin pieces, and they do not have the odor that these do.  The smell is not overpowering, but it is there.

 

So yes, package received today.

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On 6/15/2017 at 7:10 AM, Bathory said:

Got my usps shipping notification and they were already in the next town over shipping hub! Soon Seth and all his cliched black metal pose will be mine!!!

 

@Bathory, did you see METAL SETH!?

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Yes, the artist shared him to a page I follow on Facebook. Now I don't know how to paint mine. I don't want to look like I'm coping someone else.

I was planning on going more 90s black metal and more silly. 

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