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  1. I didn't know either. But I located a clue and was told I had completed Chapter 1. The letter fill in code is a clue too, but with multiple people getting different ones, it is going to be hard to put it all together. We need more clues to fill it all in.
  2. any one else get to this point?
  3. I have reached the end of Chapter 1, but I have not solved the coded message...
  4. ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ r ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅ ▅
  5. Dead townsfolk. Not torn apart and gruesome, just bodies. Minis/markers that could be placed on the table to represent a party coming up to a sacked village/town, wilderness encounter/campsite, etc. Horses, Cattle, Goats, Pigs, Chickens, etc to help "populate" a town during a game, or a diorama. Horses with and without saddles. And maybe some dead horses to add to the dead towns people? Maybe dead with and without saddles so it could represent the town guard hearing the immenent attack and getting suited up and ready for battle, but they were over run? There might already be some minis that can be used to represent these things, but I have not seen them.
  6. Awesome! Thanks so much for the link!
  7. I used to have a printed copy of the paints used and a guide for the Dungeon Dweller Kobolds, but I don't know what I did with it, and I don't know if Reaper still has it posted on their website. I think they were painted by Tish Wolter. Does anyone have a link, or remember the colors that were used for the minis? I have about 18 more kobolds that I would like to paint with similar skin tones. I think it was Palamino Gold for a highlight color, but thats all I remember. Not sure what color the skin base is. I write all the colors I use on a mini in a notebook now, but had not started doing that when I painted this set. Thanks for any help.
  8. Thanks for the info! So excited for ReaperCon this year! This will be the first time I can attend all 4 days and not just a Saturday.
  9. I posted this earlier today, but I think I may have posted in the wrong location, so I will post again here: This will be my 3rd ReaperCon, but my first time entering anything for competition. I have seen in that past that every entry has an index card with the title of the piece, the artists name, and a number and bar code. Do the artists supply the index cards with this information, or is this printed out for them when they turn in their pieces? I am planning to submit in the Painters competition if that makes a difference. Thanks.
  10. This will be my 3rd ReaperCon, but my first time entering anything for competition. I have seen in that past that every entry has an index card with the title of the piece, the artists name, and a number and bar code. Do the artists supply the index cards with this information, or is this printed out for them when they turn in their pieces? I am planning to submit in the Painters competition if that makes a difference. Thanks.
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