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Reaperbryan posted this on another thread, but I thought it might get buried and hard to find.

I think I see the confusion. Let me try to clear this up.
We had plans for 29 Bones models before the Kickstarter launched. These 29 are all what is currently available in the online store - to whit:

77001 Skeletal Spearman
77002 Orc Archer
77003 Orc Spearman
77004 Troll
77005 Ogre
77006 Great Worm
77007 Ghost
77008 Good Human Warrior
77009 Werewolf
77010 Kobolds Sprues
77011 Dwarf
77012 Gnoll
77013 Minotaur
77014 Zombie Ron
77015 BugBear
77016 Giant Rat Sprues
77017 Skeletal Swordsman
77018 Skeletal Archer
77019 Orc Swordsman
77020 Bethalian D'khul
77021 Elf Archer Lindir
77022 Human Ranger Michelle
77023 Human Warrior Barnabas
77024 Goblins Sprues
77025 Giant Spider
77026 Flit the Dragon
77027 Female Vampire
77028 Mortar the Gargoyle
77029 Torg the Unicorn

Then, we launched the Kickstarter with modest aspirations - let us double the line by adding 30 New Models.

77030 Danar, Male Assassin
77031 Cassie, Gnome Wizard
77032 Oxidation Beast
77033 Callie, Female Rogue
77034 Male High Wizard
77035 Deladrin, Female Assassin
77036 Devona, Female Wizard
77037 Medusa
77038 Hell Hound
77039 Janan, Female Dragon Slayer
77040 Satheras, Male Warlock
77041 Harpy
77042 Orc Marauder (Sword and Shield))
77043 Eye Beast
77044 Turanil, Male Elf Paladin
77045 Orc Hunter (Spear)
77046 Bat Swarm
77047 Goldar, Male Barbarian
77048 Mocking Beast
77049 Arthrand Nightblade, Elf Ranger
77050 Lizardman Soldier
77051 Orc Stalker (Two weapons)
77052 Aina, Female Valkyrie
77053 Zombie George
77054 Galladon, Male Wizard
77055 Anval Thricedamned, Evil Warrior
77056 Orc Sniper (Archer)
77057 Juliette, Female Sorceress
77058 Almaran the Gold, Paladin
77059 Orc Berserker (Two Handed Sword)

As further stretch goals were unlocked, far more than the original 30 models were added - 177 More (Meaning a total of 207 New Bones) I believe the OP is asking for the above detailed list of the Initial 30 we asked for, that are still posted on the KS site as "30 New Bones"

The complete list of ALL models added to Bones as a direct result of the Kickstarter (Including the "new 30" of the initial funding request) is below:

77030 Danar, Male Assassin
77031 Cassie, Gnome Wizard
77032 Oxidation Beast
77033 Callie, Female Rogue
77034 Kieran Tallowmire, High Mage
77035 Deladrin, Female Assassin
77036 Devona, Female Wizard
77037 Medusa
77038 Hell Hound
77039 Janan, Female Dragon Slayer
77040 Satheras, Male Warlock
77041 Harpy
77042 Orc Marauder (Sword & Shield)
77043 Eye Beast
77044 Turanil, Male Elf Paladin
77045 Orc Hunter (Spear)
77046 Bat Swarm
77047 Goldar, Male Barbarian
77048 Mocking Beast
77049 Arthrand Nightblade, Ranger
77050 Lizardman Soldier
77051 Orc Stalker (Two weapons)
77052 Aina, Female Valkyrie
77053 Zombie George
77054 Galladon, Male Wizard
77055 Anval Thricedamned
77056 Orc Sniper (Archer)
77057 Juliette, Female Sorceress
77058 Almaran the Gold, Paladin
77059 Orc Berserker (Greatsword)
77060 Dragonman Warrior
77061 Kord the Destoryer
77062 Deenah, Female Barbarian
77063 Duke Gerard
77064 Kavorgh, Orc Warboss
77065 Norgol, Irongrave Knight
77066 Shaeress, Dark Elf Queen
77067 Virina, Female demon
77068 Anirion, Wood Elf Wizard
77069 Autumn Bronzeleaf
77070 Aviriel, Female Elf
77071 Elladan, Elf Ranger
77072 Baily Silverbell
77073 Freja Fangbreaker
77074 Dain Deepaxe
77075 Kael Stonekindle, Dwarf Wizard
77076 Lysette, Elf Wizard
77077 Finari, Female Paladin
77078 Astrid, Female Bard
77079 Isabeau Laroche, Paladin
77080 Wall of Fire
77081 Burning Sphere
77082 Large Fire Elemental
77083 Medium Fire Elemental
77084 Townsfolk: Innkeeper
77085 Townsfolk:Wench
77086 Townsfolk:Strumpet
77087 Townsfolk:Mom & Kids
77088 Townsfolk:Grandmother
77089 Halbarand, Cleric
77090 Mason Thornwarden
77091 Nienna, Female Elf Ranger
77092 Elquin, High Elf Adventurer
77093 Drago Voss, Male Assassin
77094 Trista, Female Warrior
77095 Ghostly Summons
77096 Labella DeMornay, Banshee
77097 Grave Wraith
77098 Spirit
77099 Night Spectre
77100 Vanja, Fire Giant Queen
77101 Skorg Ironskull, Fire Giant
77102 Ebonwrath, Dragon
77103 Nor'okk Ettin
77104 Blacktongue, Gnoll Archer
77105 Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain
77106 Boerogg Blackrime, Frost Giant
77107 Svetlana, Frost Giant Princess
77108 Shadow Dragon
77109 Fire Dragon
77110 Deathsleet
77111 Rauthuros, Demon
77112 Agramon, Pit Fiend
77113 Eldritch Demon
77114 Faceless Horror
77115 Shoggoth
77116 Colossal Skeleton
77117 Vandorendra, Snake Demon
77118 Tiviel, Hellborn Rogue
77119 Sinessa, Hellborn Sorceress
77120 Vaeloth, Helborn Paladin
77121 Liela, Dark Elf Wizard
77122 Tierdeleira, Dark Elf Cleric
77123 Zalash, Dark Elf Assassin
77124 Dark Elf Warrior
77125 Vermin: Scorpions
77126 Vermin: Spiders
77127 Vermin: Beetles
77128 Vermin: Spider Swarm
77129 Vermin: Rat Swarm
77130 Vermin: Beetle Swarm
77131 Finaela, Female Pirate
77132 Barnabus Frost, Pirate Captain
77133 Gruff Grimecleaver, Dwarf
77134 Hajad, Pirate
77135 Mariel Twinspar, Female Pirate
77136 Well of Chaos
77137 Sarcophagus
77138 Treasure & Candleabra
77139 Altar of Evil
77140 Townsfolk:Village Rioter
77141 Townsfolk:Oswald the Overladen
77142 Townsfolk:Blacksmith
77143 Townsfolk:Undertaker
77144 Mummy
77145 Mummy Captain
77146 Mummy Warrior
77147 Neb'Nesew, Pharaoh Lich
77148 Mangu Timur, Evil Warlord
77149 Damien, Hellborn Wizard
77150 Ragnaros, Evil Warrior
77151 Darkrasp, Evil Prest
77152 Marsh Troll
77153 Nagendra Stalker
77154 Lizardman Spearman
77155 Lizardman Warrior
77156 Owlbear
77157 Griffon
77158 Arrius, Skeletal Warrior
77159 Ghast
77160 Judas Bloodspire, Vampire
77161 Ghost King
77162 Yephima, Female Cloud Giant
77163 Storm Giant
77164 Elliwyn Heatherlark, Gnome
77165 Hellakin Goregutter, Halfling
77166 Balto Burrowell, Gnome Wizard
77167 Ingrid, Female Gnome
77168 Battleguard Golem
77169 Flesh Golem
77170 Clay Golem
77171 Stone Golem
77172 Malek, Necromancer
77173 Terezinya, Bonepander Wizard
77174 Leisynn, Mercenary Mage
77175 Ghoul Queen
77176 Familiars
77177 Wyrmgear, Clockwork Dragon
77178 Fire Giant Warrior
77179 Fire Giant Bodyguard
77180 Shaerileth, Spider Demoness
77181 Arachnid Warrior
77182 Arachnid Archer
77183 Frost Wyrm
77184 Spirit of the Forest
77185 Large Earth Elemental
77186 Tiik Warrior
77187 Tiik Champion
77188 Sea Lion
77189 Creature of Blood reef
77190 Nethyrmaul the Undying
77191 Hydra
77192 Kaladrax
77193 Hyrekia, Female Elf Wizard
77194 C'thulhu
77195 Mr Bones
77196 Familiars 2
80001 Ape-X
80002 Deadeye Slim
80003 Ellen Stone
80004 Sascha Dubois
80005 Andre Durand
80006 Dita, Steampunk Witch
80007 The Black Mist
80008 Rosie, Chronotechnician
80009 Rex, Dark Future Hero
80010 Nova Corp:Sgt
80011 Nova Corp:Guard
80012 Nova Corp:Soldier
80013 Nova Corp:Female
80014 Garvin Markus, Nova Corp Hero
80015 Nova Corp: Rifleman
80016 IMEF: Nick Stone
80017 IMEF: Reggie Van Zandt
80018 IMEF: Torch McHugh
80019 IMEF: Jazz Jenkins
80020 IMEF: Erik Proudfoot
80021 IMEF: Sarah Blitzer
80022 Berkeley, Zombie Hunter
80023 Horace "Action" Jackson
80024 Deputy Wayne Tisdale
80025 Bonnie
89001 Pathfinder Red Dragon
89002 Pathfinder Goblin Pyros
89003 Pathfinder Goblin Warriors
89004 Pathfinder Goblin Warchanter
89005 Amiri, Iconic Barbarian
89006 Seoni, Iconic Sorceress
89007 Valeros, Iconic Fighter
89008 Feiya, Iconic Witch
89009 Merisiel, Iconic Rogue
89010 Damiel, Iconic Alchemist
89011 Seelah, Iconic Paladin
89012 Lem, Iconic Bard
89013 Ezren, Iconic Wizard
89014 Seltyiel, Iconic Magus
89015 Kyra, Iconic Cleric
89016 Jabberwock

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Yes, the list IS helpful, but without the figure and name together we (at least I) don't know which figure is 77115 Shoggoth for instance. Just knowing the name and the number is only part of the information. Personally, I still need to know which number goes with which figure and that is going to require digging through the website which is going to take a lot of time which I wasn't prepared for, and am not looking forward to. But keeping a detailed catalog of my figures, to the best of my ability, is my choice so I'll deal with it. I was counting on having the blisters, both for cataloging and to ensure order accuracy.

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All of the Bones will be associate name & Number in the newxt catalog, which should help with putting images with numbers.

 

And yes, before anybody says it, we found an error on the bones pages 2 days after it was printed, so I know the Frost Giant king and Queen are incorrectly attributed as 77007 Ghost instead of their real numbers.

 

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Yes, the list IS helpful, but without the figure and name together we (at least I) don't know which figure is 77115 Shoggoth for instance. Just knowing the name and the number is only part of the information. Personally, I still need to know which number goes with which figure and that is going to require digging through the website which is going to take a lot of time which I wasn't prepared for, and am not looking forward to. But keeping a detailed catalog of my figures, to the best of my ability, is my choice so I'll deal with it. I was counting on having the blisters, both for cataloging and to ensure order accuracy.

 

I think this really amounts to much ado about nothing. You've got a full list of SKUs and names above to catalog the figures with; unless you planned forever to leave them in blisters, how are those going to help you once you've removed the model from the package? Of the above list, probably a good 1/3 of them are intiatively obvious as to what figure matches what name/SKU. Of the remaining 2/3, the majority of them can be narrowed down to a handful of choices fairly quickly by their general model type. It shouldn't take "a lot of time" to go "digging through the website", especially when the models are already conveniently arranged by line, and there is a fairly powerful search tool to assist.

 

It's unfortunate that you were surprised to hear this, but the information about the plan for packaging has been available all the way back to when the KS was running.

 

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Shouldn't be much trouble to search the database for photos, names, and SKUs. They'll be the first N figures in the Bones category, so it should be just flipping from page to page and finding the plastic. (Easier at the end than the beginning, of course.)

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As a side note, that comic sans cursive font is insanely annoying at phone scale which is how I view these boards about half the time.

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As a side note, that comic sans cursive font is insanely annoying at phone scale which is how I view these boards about half the time.

It looks cursive to me (and eye-crossing to read), but on my ipad it does not look like comic sans.

 

Unless you meant "comic sans" as a cussword, as in "that rassin' frassin' comic sans driver cut me off."

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As a side note, that comic sans cursive font is insanely annoying at phone scale which is how I view these boards about half the time.

It looks cursive to me (and eye-crossing to read), but on my ipad it does not look like comic sans.

 

Unless you meant "comic sans" as a cussword, as in "that rassin' frassin' comic sans driver cut me off.

If you start a reply by quoting the text in question on your ipad, part of the quote header info is the font info; comic sans ms, cursive. Since comic sans is not a font included on iphones and ipads, an even harder to read cursive font is substituted when the text in question is displayed. On a desktop, including Macs, the comic sans cursive displays in all it's normal hideous glory.

 

Now having thoroughly derailed, I will say that I don't find it all that hard to associate 90% of the list with the appropriate figure without having a picture reference. That's probably due to having seen so many of the sculpts in metal over the years though.

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And in case folks didn't notice the trend. Bones 77XXX appear to be the DHL, Warlord, and new sculpts. 80XXX are Chronoscope Bones. 89XXX are Pathfinder Bones. Just to help with identification.

 

After restocking hundreds of those blisters last weekend, I feel like I have more than half that list already committed to memory.

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And, another question...Kickstarter related, but not necessarily Bones related. Does the Kickstarter Sophie have an SKU?

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01521 and 01522 for the regular and UL versions, respectively. Which is really odd, as the first is also the SKU for the limited edition Anvall Thricedamned kit.

 

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