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Think I could talk them into a Gnomish Statue of Liberty? Would that help my cause?

 

Hmmm, a clockwork Gnomish Statue of Liberty. And a kneeling Gnome. So we can do a diorama from the end of Planet of the Apes.

Hmmm.....

Funny. I had some kind of off weird Gnomish-cosplay edition of the end of Ghostbusters II playing through my mind.

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Or you could just say screw it! And drop 150 for the full set the 2 trolls and postage!

 

Not sure if this was directed towards me or not.

 

I'm already pledged at Completionist X2 + 2 trolls. I still need to decide what I need extra copies of, at least a few more long gunners and likely any extra copy of the mounted scout, minimum...

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Still not enough Gnomes I want in the completionist set for me to upgrade. Still I am getting 4 sets because much as I don't like gnomes this take on them as minis is great, no confusion with dwarves or halflings is the kicker for me.

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...because much as I don't like gnomes this take on them as minis is great, no confusion with dwarves or halflings is the kicker for me.

 

Same here! They always felt so redundant... and annoying. But these minis somehow manage to be both cute and cool.

 

Anyway, the Scholar stretch goal has been achieved, and we're less than $1000 from reaching the Scout (which happens to be an unmounted version of the Goat Rider):

 

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At $110,000 the Gnome Scout will be added to the COMPLETIONIST Reward Level.

 

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Only 64 hours to go!

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So if I want one additional Marie Antoignome (as my girl calls the aristocrate) I can pledge a few $ more and get an additional one? The spreadsheet explanation is a bit confusing for me. :) My girl wants one, but I also want one so :)

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That oughta be easy enough. I'm in for all sets, and I might get in for completionist before this is all over. Thanks :)

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Alrighty, the Scout stretch is a thing of the past, and the Chef is up (this is one wacky Kickstarter):

 

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At $117,500 the Gnome Chef will be added to The COMPLETIONIST Reward Level. She will also be available to add-on to any level from the $30 level and above through our options ability.

 

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So my wife allowed me to throw my money at a Completionist level! Yay! Interestingly (to me, anyway), she was logged into KS when I pledged, so technically, she pledged! Mua-hahaha....

 

-DD

 

I was also pleasantly surprised to see they were going to be in metal. For some reason, I kept expecting them in Bones plastic..... 0.o

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Well, their drawf Kickstarter figures are metal ... and very nice, indeed.

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I really wish they had an ala-carte as I would love to get the Aristocrat, Tinkerer, scholar and cook. I assume none of these, but the trolls, are kickstarter exclusive?

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I don't believe any, except the trolls from the Dwarven KS, have been listed as exclusive.

 

If those are all you want you might be able to talk someone into getting them for you...

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