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Do yourself a favour and take a look at what's on offer even if you've not backed one of Stonehavens projects before.

Lots of unique and fun concepts scattered throughout,

 

Plus they've done things a bit differently and have everything already sculpted and shown.

 

Love the cloaked mysterious strangers.

 

 

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That human monk is pretty badass, and there are some nice figures in there.  Good to see them all pre-sculpted -- gives you a good idea what to expect.

 

I'm in.

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They've always fulfilled very quickly and their figs are fun. I'm not hot on their new points system though. I hate those kinds of kickstarters when others do it. Much rather use actual dollar values. 

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I like that clockwork horse. The points system is awkward though. Still, it is nice to have the option to go for specific figures. 

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GRIPPLI SUMO?

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That being said, I do wish they had waited until the rather-delayed (for Stonehaven) Giants had shipped.  There's already a lot of negative comments on the previous Kickstarter because of that.

This may be the second one I don't go completionist on...trying to avoid all the guys I have tons of like generic Human Fighters and the such.  I'll have the 100 extra points from backing previous projects, so, I need at least the Grippli...and the Dragonman...and the...

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I'm just not feeling many of these this time around.  And I've like everything else they have done pretty much.

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1 hour ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

They've always fulfilled very quickly and their figs are fun. I'm not hot on their new points system though. I hate those kinds of kickstarters when others do it. Much rather use actual dollar values. 

Psssttt.....completionist.  <goes back to pretending to work on Uber's stuff>

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20 minutes ago, Mattnuke said:

Psssttt.....completionist.  <goes back to pretending to work on Uber's stuff>

Hah, I've done completionist quite a few times with Stonehaven, but I have so many 20's of minis right now that I'm very very picky which kickstarters I back and usually that's cherry-picking.

 

Oh yeah! Where's the stuff?? *cracks whip* ::P: 

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Bad timing for this.

 

500 points. if I like 3 of the 150's then I have 50 points that cant buy anything... if I want to add another 100 point model, I would go over the 500 by 50 points... can I? this seems a bit more expensive than other KS.... 10 mode level for Orcs was $66. And all the Orcs roughly bigger than human. Here Human and some smaller pick 10 (1500) is $70. And that wont get you things like the Mechanical Horse...

 

I like a couple here... will keep an eye but don't like the points, and want my gnome mecha....

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They are very cool sculpts, but the timing is unfortunate.  I don't think I can make this work with Bones IV and GenCon.

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We just went all in, why pick and choose when we can just get them all for just a little bit more....

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I've pledged on their gnome and halfling sets in the past. Skipped on the others (by choice or by necessity).

 

Anyone have any idea if there'll be stretch goals?

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I certainly don't need all in.

Clockwork Horse 

Dwarf Ronin 

1/2ling samauri 

Hum Monk

Kobold Rog.

2 cloaked Humans 

is 950 pts = 50$

 

hmm. ill sleep on it. 

 

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34 minutes ago, Cranky Dog said:

I've pledged on their gnome and halfling sets in the past. Skipped on the others (by choice or by necessity).

 

Anyone have any idea if there'll be stretch goals?

From the update when the original goal was met:

"Whoa! I turned away for a bit to help my daughter kill Alduin the World Eater and you guys blew right past the goal!

Now I need to dream up some stretch goals!

Okay, you guys are officially the best!

-Mike"

 

 

4 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

I certainly don't need all in.

Clockwork Horse 

Dwarf Ronin 

1/2ling samauri 

Hum Monk

Kobold Rog.

2 cloaked Humans 

is 950 pts = 50$

 

hmm. ill sleep on it. 

 

Have to say I'm rather surprised that someone who calls themselves Evilhalfing isn't going in for the cloaked halfling.

Just sayin'. :poke:

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