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Oathsworn Fur and Feathers

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On 7/15/2017 at 2:33 AM, Lovejoy said:

::D:

 

They're early medieval talismans, parchment strips with protective spells written on them. Purity seals were taken from that same general idea, so they look similar. I'd like to say ours are historically accurate, but I'm not sure ravens ever actually used them... :poke:

 

The three freebie pieces are all revealed now, and there's another bit of sculpting step-by-step stuff for the Shrew Knight here:

 

Project Update Link

 

Here's pics of the freebies:

 

ff-northymbran-penny.jpg

 

ff-mouse-monk.jpg

 

ff-shrew-knight.jpg

 

cheers
Michael

Argh! That knight! :throws self off cliff:

 

The cliff being a couch.

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I got my all in pledge today! Wonderful minis and amazingly packaged. This was such a pleasant Kickstarter AND it fulfilled 2 months early. Very happy customer here :)

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My package arrived today as well, in the eastern US...

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Mine came in yesterday, Eastern US. 

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So did mine, also Eastern US.

(Actually, not too awfully far away from Silvervane)

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Also received.  Central TX.

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 Mine as well...

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My brother got his, in Indiana, and he's already cleaned and primed the house and has the first color layer on most of it. ::o: I'll see if I can prime the house this evening...

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Mine is at the courier in the UK, should be on the way down to South Africa sometime today.

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Good to hear they're arriving in the US - we've had some horror stories from other businesses lately, saying they've had US stuff take 8 weeks to arrive! Thankfully, we haven't had any problems ourselves, but it's had me worried...

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I think this is because the padded envelopes are less likely to attract the attention of Customs than cardboard boxes.

 

That reminds me; I got a rather heavy padded envelope in the mail today... From England... Probably nothing important. 

 

;-)

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*stalks around the Eastern US like a caged panther*

 

Where are my Beasts?

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6 hours ago, etherial said:

*stalks around the Eastern US like a caged panther*

 

Where are my Beasts?

 

Probably same place as mine... waiting at the post office for them to come back from Monday's bank holiday! ^_^

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I see that the minis are up in the webshop. 

 

Also, Prickly Jane is GORGEOUS! 

 

Yeah. Gonna need more Hedgehogs in the next B&B KS.

B&B Claws & Quills ?

 

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Mine arrived safe and sound a few days ago.  Excellent sculpts, casts, and delivery as usual.

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