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Reaper Bones 4: Enthusiasm and Commentary Thread

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8 hours ago, pedronunesv said:

Do we have a picture of how BlackSting`s base and the Fantasy Scenics piece connect to DDSII?

Or for that matter do we have pictures of all the other cool stuff (e.g. core set wyvern climbing rocks)?

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Update tomorrow!  At least I think there will be...

 

Don't think I will be able to add to my order this month because of Christmas but we'll see.

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Can't wait to see this update... 

 

Though I'm also really curious what the 12 days of Christmas will entail. I wasn't here for the last one.

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1 hour ago, Kro said:

Can't wait to see this update... 

 

Though I'm also really curious what the 12 days of Christmas will entail. I wasn't here for the last one.

If you look at the Reaper main page they have some info about the 12 days posted.

 

I am hoping there will be an update but without @Reaperbryan I'm not sure.

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1 hour ago, NecroMancer said:

If you look at the Reaper main page they have some info about the 12 days posted.

 

I am hoping there will be an update but without @Reaperbryan I'm not sure.

I have been working with other staff members to ensure that they understand what needs to be done. 

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Father Crimmus needs to be purchaseable.

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1 hour ago, NecroMancer said:

If you look at the Reaper main page they have some info about the 12 days posted.

 

I am hoping there will be an update but without @Reaperbryan I'm not sure.

 

I see this this statement about it, am I missing something more? I was just stating I can't wait to see what is posted on Monday.

"Finally, the 12 Days of Reaper starts on Wednesday, December 6th. Mark your calendars! More info coming on Monday!"

 

I did see the 12-days post from last year after making my comment here (it's linked to in the December Specials thread in the General section) and definitely hope that the Winter Fairy, Dragon Horde, and Father Christmas are back again

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1 hour ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

Will we still be getting our December 1st updates? Just curious.

 

I was wondering that myself.  It's pretty late in Reaper's time zone now.  :down:  

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It's just about 8 pm CST. I would certainly have expected the update by now. Folks in the KS comments section are starting to wonder whether Reaper forgot and won't get to it until Monday. I figure that's the most likely situation at this point (the Monday part, not necessarily the "forgot" part). Le sigh.

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Yes, it is in process.

Handing it off to new staff is delaying things.  

After lunch mtg to get it approved, then it should go out barring major rewrites.  

 

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22 minutes ago, ladystorm said:

Yes, it is in process.

Handing it off to new staff is delaying things.  

After lunch mtg to get it approved, then it should go out barring major rewrites.  

 

 

Awesome to hear! Thanks for the update on the update! :D

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