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Has anyone totaled up the current all-in price?  Core + 2 expansions + current add-ons. 

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No, but you could play with that total in the pledge manager. Have you fired that up yet? 

 

Its always linked behind the big button on the Main KS page, but you can also find it here:

https://ks.reapermini.com/bones4

 

Link provided for those out there whose next questions would be: "What's the pledge manager?" And "Where can I find it?"

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6 minutes ago, Clearman said:

Has anyone totaled up the current all-in price?  Core + 2 expansions + current add-ons. 

 

(mucks about in the pledge manager for a bit)

 

For US folks, looks like One With Everything, with shipping, comes to about $345.

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I came up with 331,but forgot about shipping.

 

ETA---I'm not surprised my number is wrong; I did the math (not my strongest area) in my head...

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This is one I am looking forward for retail. I want like 5 of the vizier guy to be spell casters and like 20 of the rifle girl... These will be a nautical race in my pathfinder game....

 

Wish they were not tied to the expansion here as I cant afford multiple $50 expansions but would have gotten multiples of these guys.

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Yeah smokestack - I was looking at them. I didn't see why they had to remain sci-fi. They are some good cross over minis. 

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9 hours ago, dschumm said:

I could use nice large treasure piles for $5.

 

 

Have you checked out the large treasure base that Reaper sells? IIRC it's about 5" long.  http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/treasure base/sku-down/74026

 

3 hours ago, Looter said:

What is Dreadmere?

 

This is the campaign setting that has been used at the last couple of Reapercons.  It's a fantasy world with horror elements, and is not tied to any one game system. 

 

Smokestack, those 3 figures are available in metal.  http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/alien queen/sku-down/50220

 

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1 minute ago, Thes Hunter said:

Yeah smokestack - I was looking at them. I didn't see why they had to remain sci-fi. They are some good cross over minis. 

 

The only thing "scifi" is the rifle, but it could be a coil rifle or other black powder type weapon... I even had a race that uses "wand Muskets" which were basically muskets that were loaded with wands... that allowed non casters to activate...

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Yeah I'm going to have to start being choosy, especially as more gets revealed. Not needing the chrono expansion saves me some headroom in the budget though. 

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3 minutes ago, Inarah said:

Smokestack, those 3 figures are available in metal.  http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/alien queen/sku-down/50220

 

 

Yeah I looked... That would be a bit cost prohibitive for the amounts I want....

1 minute ago, Pineapple said:

Yeah I'm going to have to start being choosy, especially as more gets revealed. Not needing the chrono expansion saves me some headroom in the budget though. 

I am there with you. I like the Chrono expansion, but It will not make the list if they keep pumping out cool stuff... Maybe in the pledge manager... maybe

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5 minutes ago, Smokestack said:

 

The only thing "scifi" is the rifle, but it could be a coil rifle or other black powder type weapon... I even had a race that uses "wand Muskets" which were basically muskets that were loaded with wands... that allowed non casters to activate...

 

It would be relatively easy to chop that rifle off and replace with a spear. 

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19 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Poor Bryan is right now trying to explain who/what Buglips *the* goblin is to a non-forumite on the KS comments, and why there are so many requests for him/it.:lol:

 

:lol: ::D: :lol:

 

Did he get to the bit about stanky shoes yet???

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21 minutes ago, Thes Hunter said:

No, but you could play with that total in the pledge manager. Have you fired that up yet? 

 

Its always linked behind the big button on the Main KS page, but you can also find it here:

https://ks.reapermini.com/bones4

 

Link provided for those out there whose next questions would be: "What's the pledge manager?" And "Where can I find it?"

 

I haven't been in the pledge manager since about 10 minutes after launch... 

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