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3 Dwarf Cannoner (add to pirate crew?)

Halfling Samurai

Large Fox

Human Monk

Grippli Sumo

Half-Dragon Spellblade

 

Maybe:

Minotaur Fighter

Clockwork Horse

Grippli(s)?

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Was hoping for an update this weekend.

 

Looking at the website it looks like their prices have gone up. 

Gnome size  is $12.34

Mounted is $18.53

Half-orc size is $15.07

Troll size is $31.99

 

I have only bought through kickstarter, were they always this expensive?

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Smokestack said:

Was hoping for an update this weekend.

 

Looking at the website it looks like their prices have gone up. 

Gnome size  is $12.34

Mounted is $18.53

Half-orc size is $15.07

Troll size is $31.99

 

I have only bought through kickstarter, were they always this expensive?

 

 

 

I saw that recently.  It looks like prices jumped quite a bit when they changed stores...they also show up on Amazon and Walmart now.

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1 hour ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

well if thats the case, i'm definitely kicking in $12.00 for the three I want:)

 

 

And I think I'm bumping up to 1000 points to grab the Human Squire and the Tengu as well. 

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The price hike might be the thing to encourage me to pledge. I am fence sitting due to lack of available funds with Bones 4 around the corner and Cthulhu Wars and other sttuff I have spent money on recently.

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4 hours ago, Smokestack said:

I have only bought through kickstarter, were they always this expensive?

They weren't a year ago (I think). But in my mind, they priced themselves at a point beyond what I find reasonable.

 

$12.34 for a single gnome or halfling?!

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I just don't like the points system.  Seems too clunky.  And plenty of other places to spend that I know I will like.  The few I like can be gotten in retail.

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1 hour ago, Cranky Dog said:

They weren't a year ago (I think). But in my mind, they priced themselves at a point beyond what I find reasonable.

 

$12.34 for a single gnome or halfling?!

 

$12 for a small sized metal mini is very high. I like the peeps at Stonehaven, and for the right figure I'd pay it... but I would be 1/2 as many figs at that price. 

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2 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:

They weren't a year ago (I think). But in my mind, they priced themselves at a point beyond what I find reasonable.

 

$12.34 for a single gnome or halfling?!

 

Yah I come across the price hike due to a ebay auction. At first I was like this guy is crazy, till I went to the SH website & seen the exact prices. Wish I would have picked up a few before the hike. Waaay to much for me now.

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There are one or two I might want, but I already have so many.  I'm also not thrilled by the price increase.  Hope they know what they are doing...

 

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Owch on those prices!  I hope that doesn't hurt them in the long run.  You do get free shipping in the US, and a 15% off banner popped up when I visited the store.  Those two things would bring the minis back closer in line with your average metal mini.  That being said, KSer is the way for now!

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