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.. Or did you guys already figure out what this is?

 

This one has been asked (and answered) several times (though I think this is the first time someone linked a pic of the tombstone). It is, in all likelihood, Rauthuros - a monstrous 4-armed, winged demon from the Warlord line. It appears in the video as well.

 

EDIT: There's a link to the model on the previous page of this thread.

 

~v

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.. Or did you guys already figure out what this is?

 

This one has been asked (and answered) several times. It is , in all likelihood, Rauthuros, a monstrous 4-armed, winged demon from the Warlord line. It appears in the video as well.

 

~v

 

Of course we don't know that for sure. The silver dragon also was in the video and we ended up getting and upgrade to Ebonwrath.

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I know, and I debated with myself about going down that road. But I'm in a devilish mood, and I need my Reaper Kickstarter Reveal fix for the day (or next couple hours...)...

 

EDIT: I just noticed I didn't even include the :devil: in the speculation post, as was my intent....

Fixed it for you.

 

Thankee! Of course it hadn't dawned on me to fix it myself... :rolleyes:

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Of course we don't know that for sure. The silver dragon also was in the video and we ended up getting and upgrade to Ebonwrath.

 

Ah, but the tombstone was Ebonwrath's silhouette, not the silver dragon. And, just because we got Ebonwrath doesn't mean we might not still see another dragon (like a blistered one, as opposed to a boxed figure) to come.

 

I'd wager my kickstarter pledge that we will see Rauth at that tombstone.

 

EDIT: And even at the slightly slowed pace of pledges, I'm also guess we'll have our answer for this before the week is out. :;):

 

~v

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This one has been asked (and answered) several times (though I think this is the first time someone linked a pic of the tombstone). It is, in all likelihood, Rauthuros - a monstrous 4-armed, winged demon from the Warlord line. It appears in the video as well.

 

EDIT: There's a link to the model on the previous page of this thread.

 

~v

Yeah that was supposed to be what I was responding to. Sorry for not quoting, this thread moves fast!

Guess I should have known it had been talked about earlier, after, what, 50 pages :P

 

Now let's get that 235k$ goal so we can see what's next. Woop!

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It does indeed move at a rapid pace. New posts often come up while I'm making an edit to something I just posted. And yes, 50 pages of posts are a lot to dig through.

 

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Just a guess, but the gnoll, bugbear, and ogre minis that are already in Bones are roughly the same size as the black orcs. $2.49 a pop is probably a fairly close estimate.

 

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I'm in the Rauthuros camp. The three-fingered claws on the wings is what cinched it for me. I haven't seen any other figures with claws like that on their wings.

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Just a guess, but the gnoll, bugbear, and ogre minis that are already in Bones are roughly the same size as the black orcs. $2.49 a pop is probably a fairly close estimate.

 

~v

 

Sounds like I need to dive on that one pretty hard then...$25 for 20 would make them ~half price. I have a couple Black Orcs in metal, I think...they'll probably end up as chieftains or somesuch.

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Yeah, from the retail estimates that Bryan has provided us with on some other models, the add-on pledge levels seem to be coming in somewhere close to half of that. That would certainly seem to be in line with the price-point for the orc pack.

 

Also, less than $2K from uncovering that next tombstone!

 

~v

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EDIT: And even at the slightly slowed pace of pledges, I'm also guess we'll have our answer for this before the week is out. :;):

 

Based on the average per day I would say we'll know sometime on Friday.

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EDIT: And even at the slightly slowed pace of pledges, I'm also guess we'll have our answer for this before the week is out. :;):

 

Based on the average per day I would say we'll know sometime on Friday.

 

That could be a pretty hard sell. If the 'next tombstone is the highest unrevealed one' continues, we have to hit 5 stretch goals to find out what's under it, and 6 to get it. I get the feeling Bryan is savoring every minute of us trying to figure out what's coming, at what price, and when.

 

$1500 to go until we find out what's under the square one!

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