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Looks like mine's shipping too!


Burnaby British Columbia Canada.


In for:


1x Vampire

2x Cases

1x Orcapocalypse

1x Pathfinder Red Dragon

1x Hdyra


So close but yet so far! I'm in Port Moody, BC and still haven't seen my shipping notice. But then, I've also ordered a TONNE of extras...


Gaaahhhh. The anticipation is killing me!

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I got my shipping notification at end of day Friday for the following; should I be concerned that the UPS tracking info doesn't work yet?

Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff!


You're getting:

Starter Set 2 x1

Nethyrmaul x1

Spider Centaurs x1

Forces of Nature x1

Mind your Manors x1

Starter Paint Set x1

vampire x1

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I would not be too concerned about the tracking not working. We have 6 Pallets of product that *we* record as complete, but the UPS truck isn't scheduled to pick up until this morning. Until they take delivery, tracking won't work at all. They cannot send a normal driver, because these items are Palletized for freight/Container truck delivery, not standard UPS, so we have to schedule a pickup with UPS Freight.

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Seems they are shipping out some American orders this morning.


Hence my earlier question. I had understood that all the Canadian orders were going to be blitzed through in one go but based on Bryan's post above the truck is picking up the stuff today and there are still some Canadians who have not received a confirmation note (myself included). While I'm as eager as the rest to get my Bones, I'm fine with whatever order they get sent out in, just seems like there's a deviation in the original plan on dealing with us Canucks.


Either way, every order shipped brings them one closer to mine so all is good.

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From what was said by Bryan elsewhere, Canadian shipping will resume once the UPS representative decides to show up to oversee things to make sure it all goes smoothly.




Yes, they want all the Canadian out so UPS can oversee things. This is being done so Canadians will not have to pay any additional fees. Shipping has slowed because of this and that they are shipping larger Canadian orders.

Correct. We resume Canadian when our UPS rep gets in. We were doing 1,200 a day before The switchover, and most of that was due to the complexity of paperwork for the Brokerage. We anticipate going back up to that faster number once that's done.

ROW shipments are simpler from a shipping standpoint, as we automated our Customs forms years ago. It's just this byzantine process for Self-brokerage. I'm grateful for it, but it slowed us down a lot.
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From the Kickstarter Comments:

If you have fewer items than we are working now (currently 6) be aware we had a few orders with 'issues' we are trying to sort out. Hopefully this afternoon.
Our Canadian rep rescheduled at the last minute and we currently have her scheduled to help us close out Canada tomorrow.
ROW (Rest of World) being shuffled to accomodate that reschedule.
I'm going to have my lunch now so I can be back in 30 minutes. Happy Counting!

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From the Kickstarter Comments:


If you have fewer items than we are working now (currently 6) be aware we had a few orders with 'issues' we are trying to sort out. Hopefully this afternoon.

Our Canadian rep rescheduled at the last minute and we currently have her scheduled to help us close out Canada tomorrow.

ROW (Rest of World) being shuffled to accomodate that reschedule.

I'm going to have my lunch now so I can be back in 30 minutes. Happy Counting!


Blast. They haven't even shipped yet and we're already waiting on UPS :P


Oh well, that much more chance they won't arrive until after my vacation (of not having time to paint) next week...

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Whoops, I forgot to post in this thread on Friday:

Hi there! We're shipping out your Kickstarter stuff! (West Vancouver, Canada)

You're getting:
Kaladrax Reborn x1
C'thulhu x1
Figure Case x1
vampire x1

Your shipment was postmarked on 06-21-2013 and is being shipped UPS Standard.

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