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Fulfilled Wishlist:

1) TARRASQUE!!!! OH hellz yes, this was my #1 with a rocket and a cherry on top! I have always wanted one of these beauties. Even though they are rare, I will paint this thing up just to threaten my players with and keep them in line.

2) Hill Giants - I love love love these guys, getting 2 or 3 sets of them!

3) Aboleth - Yeah it's called a Goroloth here, but wow, love this figure!

3) More Gnolls - I use these guys a lot in encounters.

4) More Bugbears - Same as Gnolls.

5) Animals - From the core and the CE #1, awesome stuff.


7) Demon Lords - Who wouldn't want Orcus?

8) More paint - Reaper paint at 50% off?? Heck yeah!


Pleasant Surprises:

1) Mashaaf - The great mother WORM!! OMG the sculpt is awesome, I liked the art, but when I saw that sculpt I immediately upped my pledge!

2) DDS2 - Okay, didn't pledge for any other dragons, but when I saw this thing I was stunned at the beauty of it all - The terrain, the amazing scar-faced dragon and then we get some cool adventurers to boot!

3) Sophie! - I didn't think we'd see another Sophie this time around after the reception she got last time, very pleasantly surprised and the artwork for her is amazing (Thanks Talin and the other artist's name I can't remember now).

4) Burrowing Horror - Hey yeah, this one also got another add-on for me as they come solitary or in pairs (watch out adventurers!).

5) Thank you pack - This is just a great overall value to me, I like all the sculpts and artwork.

6) Heroes & Villains - Just great stuff with those removable bases. Love em.

7) Lords of Darkness - I wasn't originally going to pledge for this, but after seeing the video I *had* to up my pledge for them.

8) Core Expansion #2 - I was all in when I saw #1, but wasn't yet convinced of this one until I saw that Demon Lord of Minotaurs. As soon as I saw this, I upped my pledge again. It really was just full of good to great figures by the end of the unlocks.

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Ones I wanted:

Animals! (rats, wolves, kittys!)

Dungeon Decor (Pillars, Beds, Bookcases!)

Blue dragon Hatchlings






Giant Scorpian


Mushroom Men





All the hatchlings

Nun w/ Gun

Mini Sarlak monster



All the Demon Lords


Dragons Don't Share 2

Shadow Tentacles

Carytid Columns

Shipping container

Jersey Barrier

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Well, since I want about 90% of them I'll just cover the reveals that surprised and excited me most.


Mashaaf. I wouldn't have even thought to ask for her but as soon as I saw her art I had to have her.

Demons. I'ld specify, but I want and was excited to see all of them.

Derro. I've just always liked them as villains.

Mountain Troll! My Mordor and Isenguard armies are happy for the reinforcements.

Avatars of Sokar, Thoth, and Sekhmet. Nefsokar represent!

Goblin Leaders. Awesome for my Moria Goblins.

Bathalians. I may actually build a 'counts as' Tyrannid force.

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