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SO, a few weeks back I posted that we had received a lot of Bones.

 

That day, we received five truckloads. Full container trucks. Five.

 

Here's a video Kit shot of us unloading.

 

 

Now, this is just the first of 5 trucks, which itself is the first of 2 Boatloads coming our way.

 

The important bit is that we have received all of the Vampire packages, and the only thing we're waiting for is the scheduled boatload with the 7 trucks of "Optional Rewards"

 

Well, no. The important bit is that this video is kind of fun and cool and gives you a sneek peek at what our factory was like for a day.

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I have to say I'm super-impressed with the manufacturer Reaper's working with in China. To do the tooling, make a few million Bones (in addition to regular Bones and New Bones), and in only like half

You know, I do believe I saw some people briefly resting in that video. I think one was even drinking water!   You hoomans, totally don't know how to work people to death at all.

My God, it's full of Bones....

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I have to say I'm super-impressed with the manufacturer Reaper's working with in China. To do the tooling, make a few million Bones (in addition to regular Bones and New Bones), and in only like half a year. That's pretty amazing to think about, and I bet they worked their butts off for us, too. And Bryan has said, in case somebody missed it, that the Bones factory there is not a sweatshop. It's a family business.

 

So for my part, I'd like to thank those tireless Chinese workers for the exceptional job they've done as well.

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I have to say I'm super-impressed with the manufacturer Reaper's working with in China. To do the tooling, make a few million Bones (in addition to regular Bones and New Bones), and in only like half a year. That's pretty amazing to think about, and I bet they worked their butts off for us, too. And Bryan has said, in case somebody missed it, that the Bones factory there is not a sweatshop. It's a family business.

 

So for my part, I'd like to thank those tireless Chinese workers for the exceptional job they've done as well.

i agree

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Yeah, I liked that part of things too zoroaster. It looked like the guy in the red shirt turned up halfway through and convinced everyone to get into a line to play pass the parcel. :)

the guy in the red shirt is Kit i believe

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