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Or the Sophie boxed set...just sayin'...

 

:)

 

*temptation*

 

*temmmmmptaaaaaaation*

 

*temmmmmmmmmmmmmptaaaaaaaaaaaaaation*

 

*SNAP!*

 

 

 

Ok, I'm in.

 

This is what happens when the company is fronted by a succubus.

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Tomorrow I'll make enough money to pledge 100 dollars for the Vampire level tomorrow. :) And if I'm lucky I'll get some extra together before the end of the kickstarter and get some of the giant figs. :D

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I only had two of the RCon Sophies anyway - the sci-fi one and the bomb-riding one.

 

And while I suspect some of these have . . . slottas . . .

 

*grimace*

 

I'll make an exception for the Salacious Sophie, Sassy Seductress. But I won't like it, though. I promise I won't like it.

 

And not a giggle out of you, Baphomet, or I'll tell Tiamat where you live.

 

 

ETA: that would have been funnier if I'd not misread it as Bahamut. But I'm a goblin, so really I think I'm doing pretty good with this whole literamacy readin thing. And anyway, I'm totally in good with the evil queen of the harpies (will not make a wife joke, will not make a wife joke) so maybe I'll tell *her* where you live.

 

Hmm?

 

Yeah.

 

Don't mess with da lips.

 

Stupid demon lord tempting me with the demon harem.

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I only had two of the RCon Sophies anyway - the sci-fi one and the bomb-riding one.

 

And while I suspect some of these have . . . slottas . . .

I'm pretty sure that none of the ReaperCon Sophies have slotted bases.

 

Ron

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I have sci-fi Sophie. Slotted base.

 

She is standing atop some wreckage and you could easily do without the slot altogether.

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My sci-fi Sophie wasn't slotted and didn't come with any base other than the junkpile, they may have added an additional plastic base since. Or maybe mine got blistered during Reapercon without one.

 

But Bomb Sophie is slotted for sure, and I think the most recent 2012 one is also slotted.

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Reclining Sophie and Bourbon Street Sophie are on bases (or stuff that is not slotta, anyway). Bourbon Street Sophie and her lamp are not on the same base, but both have a texture of cobblestones around them. The Sophie kneeling by the tombstone comes with the rock base, but both she and the tombstone need to be glued into it. I think I had to add just a wee bit of putty to cover the hole where Sophie's hands meet the base.

 

I am too lazy to get up and hunt for the packages of the ones I don't remember off the top of my head right now, but I can do it tomorrow if someone else hasn't chimed in with answers.

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Reaper, do you have a full-page flyer made up for the Kickstarter? I'm going to my FLGS in about an hour for game day, it would be great if I could print out some flyers to take and have them put up.

 

Half.

Two-up.

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Well, anyway I'm willing to be flexible with these since they're special pieces - and likely to be displayed in their own area away from the usual fantasy stuff anyhow. Maybe I should start a Sophie shelf.

 

And maybe . . . I might need one of those KS biker Sophies, too.

 

Sheesh I come in here and make one lousy post and next thing I know I've been succubussed into spending money.

 

*channels Zapp Brannigan*

 

It's a diabolical trap you've got here, Reaper. A sexy diabolical trap.

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Buglips, I also share a metal bias. But i have tried the bones and really like them. Go out and buy a couple and try them out. If you like them it will open up new doors for you if not you will be out less than a fast food burger.

 

..., and don't really need more.

 

What does this mean? Seems like gibberish to me.

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Buglips, I also share a metal bias. But i have tried the bones and really like them. Go out and buy a couple and try them out. If you like them it will open up new doors for you if not you will be out less than a fast food burger.

 

..., and don't really need more.

 

What does this mean? Seems like gibberish to me.

 

 

Look, so long as I hold to my line that I'm only buying from three companies with specific criteria then nobody's going to try and stage an intervention. My sponsor told me that the key to managing my figmentia is to set limits, and if anybody asks then I can tell them that I'm pursuing the entirely reasonable goal of collecting the best from a mere three lines.

 

Because otherwise somebody's going to step in and try to reason with me, and I've got a lot of sharp things on my worktable. Could get messy.

 

They can have my minis when they pry them from my cold, dead fingers.

 

And not even then, if I can figure out how to come back as a ghost.

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