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Re: An open letter to our fans


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Final thoughts...

Folks, every one of us here at Reaper who developed or has been part of our games also plays them. Some of us come from historical wargaming roots, others from newer games, and some from board games or tabletop roleplaying games that use miniatures as accessories... all of us like to push around little figs and roll dice with our friends. Having fun is always the first rule.

 

If you believe in Reaper and you believe in our products and games we would hope that you would support us by buying our products - which helps us to continue to bring you new products - but if you want to make an all left-handed basket weaver army from models you sculpted, converted, and made yourself from figures taken from a hundred different game companies and just use our rules... by all means do so. Post pictures of your army up here on the forum so we can all look at it and go "Oh now that's cool!... how'd you do that?" ... let's have fun with our hobby and worry less about "Officiality."

 

Game on.

 

Why I love Reaper and will continue to be a pewterholic with a propensity for buying from Reaper first.

 

*Gives a standing ovation to Reaper*

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That's one of the reasons I like Reaper. Besides kick butt mini's for all skill levels. Reaper has a good feel to them. Companies give off vibes, and it take very little time to figure out if a company is out for a buck or in it because they love the business. Microsoft is out to dominate and be rich. They want the dollars. Reaper loves mini's, and the games that they bring forth. I'd rather give my money to a company that is a friend then one that sells me a 600 dollar compact disc. Reaper seems like the kind of company you can just visit as you would your friends. And those that work there seem like you could hang out with. Microsoft seems quite differant. I wouldn't get too far at MS HQ by just dropping by. (especially if I has one of my many unauthorized versions of thier software)

Ok, my Microsoft bashing for the day is over.

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Reaper has good cheese, no doubt about it. On the other hand though, this is also one of the (small) perks of living in the wilderlands of north-central Alberta. There are few cons east of Toronto, and even fewer hobby shops. Aside from the almost local GW store and their events (which seem to spout the the word at least once every five minuites), the closest thing we see of "officialness" is the Proochase Points and bar codes on the blister. Officialness has never been a concern. It's sort of like knowing you can cross the street without your Mom finding out. ::P:

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