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6 hours ago, Dan d'Lyon said:

I hopped in (get it?) not thinking about the chainsaw I just bought.  Actually got one of the resin pledges, but I'm going to drop it at some point here and just pick up a couple individual models, I think.  I can afford that.  Bones 4 and Gencon are coming up quickly.....

 

I'd be willing to take the resin pledge off your hands (if there was a way to transfer it)......

 

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1 hour ago, fanguad said:

Is metal their standard material?  I saw the shots of the resin models and assumed that was the default.

 

Yes, metal is their standard.. they tried Resin on the last KS and it proved too much for them.. the quality is great but they are a 3 person team.. 

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Not being able to pick up individual figures in resin makes me unfortunately have to back out as well. :/ FeelsBadMan. I really liked that gorgon. :/

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And sounds like all financial stretch goals have been met and they won't be adding more.  Good idea for them, but going to make for a rather long and dull 28 more days.

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Yeah.. they know their limits.. I was hoping we'd get some other easy stretch goals.. they were totally not expecting to blow through them all in a day.. 

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I read a comment that if they hit $69 in add-ons, one qualifies for free shipping. Could a backer inquire if that also qualifies for stretch goals?

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Alright.. I havn't played all fantasy football games, but does any of them include a gigantic hydra at any point? Or why did they include it? Looking good, nonetheless, though.

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One of the teams is a Hydra team.. there was a blank for it in the KS preview that disappeared and everyone started asking about it

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Well, I ended up dropping out.  I have several fantasy football teams and they rarely see the light of day, so figured I would put my money towards things I might actually use instead.

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I'm still dreading what that Hydra is going to cost in the PM.. but I buy these for PC/NPC minis and not football teams so.. 

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1 hour ago, SamuraiJack said:

I'm still dreading what that Hydra is going to cost in the PM.. but I buy these for PC/NPC minis and not football teams so.. 

 

Same here.  That's a be a big chunk of material.  Did they say whether it was going to be resin or metal?  Gonna be a big hit to shipping as well.

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