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What the!?! There's a crypt under the tomb!

And it goes deeper than shown...

 

We have a LOT more planned, but figured it was bad form to show everything on the first week. If you guys drum up more supporters and push us to the end of the second map, I will say here and now that the crypt goes deeper still. Well into the dark depths of the earth...

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You better not be holding onto the drow and (especially) not-driders until we get to a third or lower layer!

 

 

Grrrr....

 

 

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Newb to the forum....

 

I've been buying Reaper mini's for a long time, buying and painting gaming figs for far longer, the only decent brick and Mortar gaming shops that sold Repeaer figs within 50 miles of me in Chattanooga TN went out of business a couple years ago, A friend posted me a link of your kickstarter and I jumped in, thank you for doing this.

 

Since I went to the site a few hours ago it's gone up over 10K, I'm dying to see what comes in the Mausoleum and in the crypts. I've cross posted to a couple major global modelling and entertainment forums. Good luck witht he program guys, I love your products and hope this helps bost your company to a new level. Don't lose focus on quality and hiring great sculptors!

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Well, they said that the idea of the Kickstarer was to take out Bones production from China and bring it to Texas right?

 

I think Reaper is digging up, trying to reach China and retake the production personally.

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