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  1. I agree with Cyradis - wait until you've done the entire inventory before contacting [email protected] with the info on what's missing. They'll take care of you. (I'd try and get that inventory done in the next two or three months, personally, because that way if they do have any supply limits, they can order more when they place the Bones 5.5 orders.) If you want advice on how to do the inventory, I suggest that you go through each set (Core Set, expansion etc) and compare the minis to the Kickstarter on-screen images. Sometimes I use a sharpie to label each bag with the number
  2. Yes, the core set bases were in one bag. I think it was about 25 2-inch and 50 1-inch.
  3. I agree, my Meriwyn shrine also has an arm stub, and from the art, I think that's how it's intended to be.
  4. Forgive my confusion, I've been collecting since Bones 1 but I don't remember everything that's been offered along the way. When referring to DDS2, is that something different from the 2014 "Dragons Don't Share" box? I'm trying to confirm what I have here, I don't see the number 2 on the box, but I think it's the one you are referring to. (If so, what was DDS1?)
  5. I'm kind of in the middle on this one. I like fully assembled minis, I'm fine with Reaper having "assembly required" pieces if that's what makes sense for the sculpt, but I also am much less likely to ever get around to painting minis that would have hard-to-reach spots if they're pre-glued. (If I can go ahead and glue them before doing any painting, that's fine.) I see two downsides to assembly-required on smaller figures. (1) it takes a LOT longer to inventory the contents and confirm if I have the correct bits (is that a hand or a bit of scrap?); and (2) if the connecting pieces
  6. Based on my packages, you're getting 2 boxes. The 12 lb. box is a ship, the 15 lb. box is "everything else" that you ordered; and the 27lb with the same tracking# is actually triggered by it being a 2-package shipment, the weight is the total of the other two. And it's so good to see everyone getting their shipping notices. CELEBRATE!!!
  7. I know it doesn't help, but I had the impression they really believed they were sending in waves - and because they were moving so fast, they didn't understand the issue on time to troubleshoot it properly, or to realize their "reset" was still missing something. That is, they thought they DID have the ability, and are as baffled as any of us that it isn't working (and unfortunately, given the lack of a dedicated communications person, slower to receive and process the feedback). So hopefully they had a chance to figure out any gaps during the fire-marshal delay. I'll admit, I'm co
  8. Hey, someone started a separate thread last week for advice/tips on assembling the Kickstarter minis, but I can't find it. Anyone remember that and have a link?
  9. Re. "Waiting for paints" - I used to work in a shipping warehouse, and that kind of note could also occur if they had the paints on hand but were separating out which boxes needed something (paints) added and which ones were already complete. But the need to sort-boxes-and-add-paints-to-some could definitely cause a delay (bumping other jobs ahead that are already prepped for shipment), even if everything was in-house.
  10. Regarding package weights for those with ships, I think there's a UPS email for one package for ships (12 lbs. per ship) with a tracking#, a UPS email for another package which contains "everything else" with a different tracking# and that package's weight; and then UPS is sending a third email confirmation which lists one of the earlier two tracking #s and the total weight of the two packages.
  11. Thanks for the info on UPS My Choice - I was starting to get anxious because my shipment has no updates, but I'll just chill and give it a couple of days. 🙂
  12. Hi, Thoramel, Log into the Pledge Manager (big button on the Kickstarter campaign page), and click on Order History at the upper right. If they've already shipped, you should see tracking number(s) near the top, above your list of ordered items. Also, sign up for UPS My Choice if you haven't already. That way, you'll get notifications when UPS has packages for your address, even if the Reaper emails don't reach you. They said this afternoon on the Twitch stream (and I may be misquoting the specifics, but the gist should be right): While they had
  13. I have UPS Tracking!!! Wave 3, one regular ship and one ghost ship! (I got my tracking info from UPS - I haven't yet received an email from Reaper.)
  14. Re. Storage: I use a few different sizes of tackle boxes and Artbin-style plastic cases, labeled by type of critter - for example, Goblins or Undead or Riders-on-Mounts. Those fill multiple bookshelves. I also have a set of "Alex" storage drawers units from Ikea (the 26" high, 26 3/8" wide version). Really big pieces go on bookshelves. Really good painted medium to large sized pieces go in my "Dragon Cabinet" (what most people apparently call a "China Cabinet" even though no one in my circles bothers to own fine china). That's not all Reaper Bones minis, of course. I have an
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