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  1. IMO Pathfinder II is vastly better than Pathfinder I, YMMV. Whatever. Really Path looser? I don't think you meant looser. https://www.grammarly.com/blog/loose-lose/
  2. I don't like the new iconics. I really, really hate the new hobgoblins.
  3. I think it's more likely that they seen how models translate to the plastic and decided that some models need tweaked for best results in the new medium.
  4. I remember more than one, but it might have been near the same time as the lucious zaftig succubus and my rememory has conflated the two. I'm pretty sure it was more than one person too. Oh, and finally after 4 days I catch up with the end of the thread.
  5. I'm one of those fortunate ROWers who's got his bones, Heretic mentioned me a while back (I'm the friend who'd got notice his stuff was ready, £25.55 to HMRC). @Jason, telling folk who are clearly annoyed that they should chill is not helpfull. They're feeling the way they're feeling. I have two things to say. 1) I definitely think Reaper could have handled communication better on this kickstarter. 2a) The bones are lovely 2b) I'm coming down with paint. 2c) Cheap as chips. 2d) When you guys get your stuff this will seem a lot more bearable.
  6. Hmm. The $333 leather book package also seems to come with 2 extra softcover books ($70), The four card decks ($50), Pulp Cthulhu ($28), two mugs ($22), Stratigraph ($28) and art prints ($65). Still not tempting to me... until they changed the covers to green w/ eldar sign (like the 20th anniversary edition). Now I just don't know anymore. $233 for two leatherette covers was two weeks ago. They've added to it since then. Still not tempting me, I've added on the Book plates and the printed Pulp Cthulhu to my $100 pledge. I have next to zero interest in the other stuff they've added o
  7. ... unless you outlive them all ... I have no idea what will happen to my stuff.
  8. Come to think of it, so do we in the US. "French fries" can refer to just about any elongated sliced deep fried potato, but by the time they get to wedge size they're usually called "potato wedges," "wedge fries" or "steak fries." Anything smaller than skinny McDonald's ones is more often called "shoestring potatoes" than "fries." So maybe the US-UK chip-fries thing is an oversimplification of a subtle distinction. Yes, it's subtle, but the distinction is still there. Chips is our generic catch all term, Fries is your generic catch all term. If you offer me a chip it more than likely
  9. I was thinking mainly the Republic, but North works too. I always just feel we're kinda behind everywhere else for awesome stuff, so knowing I'm not the only person on this Island that knows Reaper exist is kinda reassuring I belong to a group called Table Top North, there's about 30 of us and I'd say most of us are at least aware of Reaper. We're roleplayers and wargamers. I'm involved in running Pathfinder locally, our monthly game is held in shop called The Black Knight, they have a few Reaper miniatures for sale, only from the Pathfinder line though. The Pathfinder Venture Lieutena
  10. We get a lot of that odd combination of US and UK cultures in NZ too. Chips, for example; what the US calls chips the UK calls crisps, and what the UK calls chips the US calls fries. Over here, they're both chips, which complicates things when you're going for a snack run. "Hey, can you pick me up some chips?" "What kind?" "Uhhhh, potato chips." *facepalm* It's not even that simple, for us (UK) fries are those skinny things that you get in Burger King or McDonalds. Chips are bigger than that. If they're bigger again then they're potato wedges. We eat quite a lot of fried potato an
  11. All this talk of backers in surprising places has me wondering if anyone else at all from Ireland backed. I know around 20% of backers are international, but the only places I've seen mentioned here are Down Under or the UK Well, that depends. This bit of Ireland (where I live) is part of the UK. If you're only interested in ROI orders I don't know, but there are at least 2 of us in Belfast. I've got 29 line items coming.
  12. It's really quite simple. Toe bone connected to the foot bone Foot bone connected to the leg bone Leg bone connected to the knee bone... Now hear the word of the lord ...
  13. I got the badge and then asked Kit to take it away again. I'm looking forward to having that sweet ring when I achieve godlike status.
  14. No, you didn't read it wrong, you are getting a ton of stuff. What you aren't getting is the book plates ($6), and 4 decks of cards ($15 each). You can add any of those things if you really want them. Oh and they are giving you pdfs of the decks. I could see me spending an extra $30 - $40 dollars on a leatherette cover, but there's no way I'm spending $233 on 2 leatherette covers (about $117 extra each. F*** right off). I'm in for $100, plus $22 shipping to the UK. Will probably also add the book plates. $130 total. Personally I think these are horrible stretch goals that we
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