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I need help here, this is my first kickstarter. How do I select which option I want to add when I raise my pledge?

 

For example, what do I need to do if I want the dragon and the the lords of darkness but not the mouselings?

Just add the amount to your pledge and I think that all gets taken care of after the KS is over youll tell them what options you paid for

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I need help here, this is my first kickstarter. How do I select which option I want to add when I raise my pledge?

 

For example, what do I need to do if I want the dragon and the the lords of darkness but not the mouselings?

 

 

You just pledge an amount and later selection what options you want with that amount.

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I need help here, this is my first kickstarter. How do I select which option I want to add when I raise my pledge?

 

For example, what do I need to do if I want the dragon and the the lords of darkness but not the mouselings?

 

There'll be a pledge manager after the project has ended where you can select what you've pledged for,

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Only 4000 slots, wonder how they'll expand it

 

I'm really curious about that as well. Will there be only 4000 core sets available through the KS and then the rest are 1$ buyins picking up add ons individually?

 

Color me perplexed.

 

(Early bird shipping pledged :) )

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