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23 minutes ago, klarg1 said:

 

WHAT!?

 

Unacceptable! Pledge harder, people!

 

Bryan can sleep in September.

 

Nah, then he'll be spending his time on ReaperCon

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8 minutes ago, hungerfan said:

 

Are we going by a full 24 hour period here or does Day 1 end at midnight central time?

 

Because if we go by a full 24 hr period I am going to say $785,545

 

I think Kicktraq goes by calendar day, which probably makes it the easiest measurement. (How were the previous numbers measured?)

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Just missed wave 2 and landed in wave 3. Right now the base doesn't super excite me, but my wife might be up for the dragon in it. I am up for the giants though.

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4 minutes ago, Charley said:

 

Nah, then he'll be spending his time on ReaperCon

 

Nonsense!

 

In my official capacity as "Nobody of Consequence, and Person with no Authority", I hereby grant @Reaperbryan September 15th, 2017 as a day of rest.

 

I'm all heart, really. :devil:

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It is possible we're seeing the Fire Giant from a bad angle.

These could easily be metal covered toes, and his shoes/boots might look good from the side.

 

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someone brought something up in the KS comments so i did a side by side

 

two very similar minis

 

 

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Similar != Same :)

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Just now, hungerfan said:

Similar != Same :)

 

not the same. The armor is different, the pose is different

 

but very similar, to the point i wonder why both are being made into bones when they're basically the same mini with subtle variations

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1 minute ago, Sirithiliel said:

someone brought something up in the KS comments so i did a side by side

 

two very similar minis

 

 

273cdf690d7de78671d62a2b6ada3c43.png

 

It does look like two versions of the same character.

 

Reaper has done that sort of thing before.  I think most of their 25th anniversary special figures have been new sculpts of old characters.

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1 minute ago, Sirithiliel said:

 

not the same. The armor is different, the pose is different

 

but very similar, to the point i wonder why both are being made into bones when they're basically the same mini with subtle variations

 

Summer & winter versions!!

 

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Some days even a barbarian wants to wear something different.  The new one looks hunched over a bit more.

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1 minute ago, Pingo said:

 

It does look like two versions of the same character.

 

Reaper has done that sort of thing before.  I think most of their 25th anniversary special figures have been new sculpts of old characters.

 

I think you're right. There are multiple Darius wizards. Trista is also a remake for sure. 

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Maybe they're having trouble with the mold for the first one, or something? Just a guess, of course...

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Level 1 barbarian vs level 5 barbarian.  :)

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1 minute ago, Cyradis said:

 

I think you're right. There are multiple Darius wizards. Trista is also a remake for sure. 

 

There are at least three different Tristas now.

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