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My second wave arrived. I only added the high priests and a t-shirt, so my boxes were mostly the collectors minis. They are really nice, and I may have to paint them up for other games.  My only complaint is that the t-shirt is a boring white. I didn't expect it to be an exact match to the picture, but would have preferred any non-white color. 

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Two. We received the base game in Wave One, and will receive the rest in Wave Two.


Still waiting!


EDIT: Woo! Got it. Will open in a week. :lol:

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We played Saturday with four players (Crawling Chaos, Sleeper, Opener, and Wind Walker). I won with Sleeper and love the faction! The guy playing Wind Walker has a history of not being a big fan of the game (prefers randomization to heavy strategy), but enjoyed himself with his play-through. The owner of the game played Opener and did okay, but the Crawling Chaos player had never played before and impacted a number of things oddly for everyone since he kind of ignored the suggestions and winged it. Overall, tons of fun!

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I got a tracking email that my Wave 2 was supposed to deliver December 30 but the package did not arrive and now the tracking number shows only "information unavailable".


That's a drag.  My stuff showed up at my door before a tracking number was even sent to me - mind you, I'm in Canada.


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I was able to get another game in today. This is the second timeI havr played Sleeper in a week and the second time that I have won...this time by only one point! It was a crazy close game in which Cthulhu got to 29 points in the second to last round while controlling six gates, then stayed there after losing all the gates and most of their forces. Great three player game tonight!


Sleeper: 32

Crawling Chaos: 31

Cthulhu: 29

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I'm really sick at the moment so I pretty much just managed to get stuff out of boxes before having to lie down again.

My daughter helped make it a bit more fun by sorting and placing all the bonus minis on their stands while I watched :P




Guessing I'm pretty late in the queue. According to the Petersens Norway/Switzerland was last due to not being EU, and I'm pretty far north in Norway.

So after this week is out I imagine you can consider Europe done.


Oh and the stuff I looked at looks absolutely amazing. I didn't find my HPL first player marker which is a bummer, but it might just have hidden somewhere as I got 4 separate big boxes.

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