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emergencyoverride

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  1. New video from the kickstarter! Also, new stretch goals! Check it out!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=G26Ni-dC14s
  2. Yay 36 line items coming my way!! Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff! You're getting: Mister Bones x1 Vermin x1 Owlbear x1 Swamp Things x2 Dungeon Dressing x1 Undead Horde x1 Dungeon Attack x1 C'thulhu x1 Kaladrax Reborn x2 Fire It Up! x1 Haunts x1 Mummies x1 Griffon x1 Hydra x1 Nethyrmaul x1 Deep Dwellers x1 Jabberwock x1 Frost Wyrm x1 Forces of Nature x1 Fire Giant Warriors x1 Spider Centaurs x1 Red Dragon x1 Clockwork Dragon x1 Mythos Monsters x1 Undead Giant x1 Deathsleet x1 Demons x1 There Be Dragons x1 Mind your Manors x1 Orcapocalypse x1 Frost Giants x1 Ebonwrath x1 Fire Giants x1 vampire x1
  3. If you're wondering how the Rise of the Occulites game plays out, here is a video just uploaded of Ben playing the first scenario using just the core rules. A future video will show the advanced stuff. Cheers!
  4. Hey guys! Ben just posted an overview of the Sungem campaign season in the game on his blog: http://riseoftheocculites.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/a-look-at-the-campaign-system-of-dawn/
  5. Here's a cool boardgame that I playtested and helped edit over the last couple of years. Its by Ben Boersma, (Boromir and Kermit on most forums). It's tons of fun, and it got picked up by Eagle games, so no worries about fullfillment or anything. You can download the game rules on that page, and the figures were sculpted by Bob Olley! Check it out. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2002188924/dawn-rise-of-the-occulites
  6. I would like to see some of the mouslings that are no longer available make a comeback. That and the alien from the space set. Oh, and although he's not a mousling, Echidnox would be cool as well!
  7. I'll get in on this one as well. Ihave all of the bones dragons coming so I'll pick a couple to do for the challenge. My first challenge!
  8. Whose, Andre the Giant's? I can't wait til mine gets here. That Nethermaul paint job is supurb!
  9. Yeah i was looking in the closet of unfinished dreams that i stuck in my bag of holding and I have close to 7 or 8 hundred that I can see and many more that I cant, but know they are there, haunting me like a ghost. I used to play historical games of all flavors and most of them took pretty sizable armies, so there are tons of that kind, and about 6 gw armies from different games that i lost interest in. However, I vow to paint my bones figures when they get here...er um..... try to paint some of... um.....I'll get back to you!
  10. No most of the complaints I see are about shipping past march period. Some have said what you stated but by and large it has been, OMG ITS APRIL!!! YOU GUYS SUCK!!! Stuff like that. When reading on the kickstarter website tells you this: The Estimated Delivery Date listed on each reward is not a promise to fulfill by that date, but is merely an estimate of when the Project Creator hopes to fulfill by
  11. No, my point was that people shouldnt look at this like placing an order on amazon. A kickstarter is not a guaranteed thing regardless of what their terms of use state. There is the chance of loss. And yes it has happened, that is why they have all of the talk about estimated delivery date and stuff in their terms presently. I'm saying that Reaper has done a fine job of keeping their kickstarter promises and that not all kickstarters go this smoothly and that people should cut them a break.
  12. You are missing the point here. There is an element of risk associated with a kickstarter. All of these things are "required", but how many times have they not been refunded or fulfilled, because the money was gone due to miscalculation or other problems. They can say someone is legally required to do such and so, but how is that then backed up? Ask the people that lost their money to kickstarters and have received nothing. Being legally required to do something and actually being made to do it or having the ability to do it are two different things. That is why I say there is no guarantee. You cannot get money or product from someone when they dont have it to give back regardless of whether they say it is required. That is why kickstarter does not offer refunds or guarantees themselves, they state that the compnay holding the kickstarter is responsible.
  13. Read the faq that I posted. http://www.kickstarter.com/help/faq/kickstarter+basics#Acco but we can use your page also: Backers agree to provide their payment information at the time they pledge to a campaign. The payment will be collected at or after the campaign deadline and only if the amount of money pledged as of the deadline is at least equal to the fundraising goal. The amount Backers pledge is the amount they will be charged. Backers consent to Kickstarter and its payments partners authorizing or reserving a charge on their payment card or other payment method for any amount up to the full pledge at any time between the pledge and collection of the funds. Backers agree to have sufficient funds or credit available at the campaign deadline to ensure that the pledge will be collectible. Backers may increase, decrease, or cancel their pledge at any time during the fundraising campaign, except that they may not cancel or reduce their pledge if the campaign is in its final 24 hours and the cancellation or reduction would drop the campaign below its goal. The Estimated Delivery Date listed on each reward is not a promise to fulfill by that date, but is merely an estimate of when the Project Creator hopes to fulfill by. Project Creators agree to make a good faith attempt to fulfill each reward by its Estimated Delivery Date. For all campaigns, Kickstarter gives to the Project Creator each Backer’s User ID and pledge amount. For successful campaigns, Kickstarter additionally gives to the Project Creator each Backer’s name and email. For some rewards, the Project Creator needs further information from Backers, such as a mailing address or t-shirt size, to enable the Project Creator to deliver the rewards. The Project Creator shall request the information directly from Backers at some point after the fundraising campaign is successful. To receive the reward, Backers agree to provide the requested information to the Project Creator within a reasonable amount of time. Kickstarter does not offer refunds. A Project Creator is not required to grant a Backer’s request for a refund unless the Project Creator is unable or unwilling to fulfill the reward. Project Creators are required to fulfill all rewards of their successful fundraising campaigns or refund any Backer whose reward they do not or cannot fulfill. Project Creators may cancel or refund a Backer’s pledge at any time and for any reason, and if they do so, are not required to fulfill the reward. Because of occasional failures of payments from Backers, Kickstarter cannot guarantee the receipt by Project Creators of the amount pledged minus fees. Kickstarter and its payments partners will remove their fees before transmitting proceeds of a campaign. Fees may vary depending on region and other factors. Kickstarter reserves the right to cancel a pledge at any time and for any reason. Kickstarter reserves the right to reject, cancel, interrupt, remove, or suspend a campaign at any time and for any reason. Kickstarter is not liable for any damages as a result of any of those actions. Kickstarter’s policy is not to comment on the reasons for any of those actions. Project Creators should not take any action in reliance on having their project posted on the Site or having any of the money pledged until they have the ability to withdraw and spend the money. There may be a delay between the end of a successful fundraising campaign and access to the funds. All of these things are "required", but how many times have they not been refunded or fulfilled, because the money was gone due to miscalculation or other problems. They can say someone is legally required to do such and so, but how is that then backed up? Ask the people that lost their money to kickstarters and have received nothing. Being legally required to do something and actually being made to do it or having tha ability to do it are two different things. That is why kickstarter does not offer refunds or guarantees themselves, they state that the compnay holding the kickstarter is responsible.
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