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15 minutes ago, Rat13 said:

The biggest problem with the paints is from the moment you see them you think about using them. You'll be painting and think "that color would be great for this". I'm excited for a lot of things but the paints are certainly at the top of the list.

 

Waiting for the figures is one thing but waiting for the paints is brutal. It's like your subconscious just keeps finding figures and detail work where a certain color from the sets would be perfect. Maybe that's just me though.

 

I always pledge for the paints immediately..

 

I know I need them...I DO!!!!

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I want the paints. I more than doubled my paint collection this year and want more. But I just more than doubled my paint collection this year so I'm thinking maybe use the money on more minis and the handful of paints still on my must buy list.

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23 minutes ago, SamuraiJack said:

I have over 400 bottles of paint.. you can never have too many... 

 

You have 20 bottles of paint.

As do I !!!

 

And I will buy 20 more next year! :ph34r:

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I have been getting a lot of Reaper paint recently, before that was the Vallejo and before that Tamiya. I got the holiday paint box and will be getting the new paints from KSIV. I already have several of set A, though it is still a goodset and I may end up getting it. 

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7 hours ago, Humansquish said:

You forgot the Flail Snail. I'm going to get it mainly for that.

Yup. I was bugging Bryan about that all campaign, and then there it was...

 

My wish list will easily double what I've already spent. :unsure: but I have to get the barge, the fantasy scenics, the tree (at least one) statues, hut...

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I haven't actually added up everything that went out - the need list is complete, though.

I'm still poking around at a 'want' list, trying to decide what must be had, and what can really wait for retail.... ^^;

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On 12/31/2017 at 2:22 AM, Glitterwolf said:

I for one am very excited to get that fan pack expansion.

So many great stuff I like.

 

Mammoth, Zombie Shark, Chaos Toads, The Portal, Those Magma Hounds, The Female Djinn and Efreet..

 

I want it all NOW!!!

I know right? ^_^ I just about broke my husband's eardrums when I saw that mammoth :lol: 

 

I'll have to look everything over again, but iirc everything we wanted was like, $730. :ik_oops: We've hardly pledged for any of that though.

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

I went in pretty heavy since a lot appealed to me!

If it's worth it to you, then it's worth it! We're even planning on getting the core package, which we haven't gotten since bones1. There's just so much good stuff in it.

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I'll be getting a core and a couple of extra sets of core figures. You know I'm getting at least two sets of villagers.

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February 2019 seems really far away right now.  I haven't pledged for Fan Favorites or the Lost Valley expansions yet.  I'll wager that'll change over the next year and change.

 

I do wonder though if the Lost Valley is going to be a distinct line from Bones with their own stock numbers or whether they'll be wrapped up in Bones/Chronoscope.

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1 hour ago, mikem91 said:

I do wonder though if the Lost Valley is going to be a distinct line from Bones with their own stock numbers or whether they'll be wrapped up in Bones/Chronoscope.

I would love to see it become an actual line, but it'll probably just get tacked on to Chronoscope.

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