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I'm going to have to pass on this for now. Really hope I'll be able to pick up at least that Cleric at retail at some point though.

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This is fully funded, so if anyone was on the fence because of fear of flexible funding, that concern is gone. Down to the last couple days. And apparently, the minis are already manufactured, ready to ship within days of the project end.

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Half  a day left to get this guy: 20140528082003-Pig.JPGAnd since they are all manufactured and waiting to go in bags, it is probably faster than retail at this point.

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This happy little band of misfits just arrived in the mail.  Hee hee hee!   They are awesome!!  Great details.  Very charming in person.  I will be very interested in his next indiegogo project.  I now understand the difference between Indiegogo and Kickstarter.

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I just got my set today. I am very happy with the results. The original 12 minis, plus the halfling butler and the druid's boar. However, the druid is still carrying his boar, so it's an extra mini. A couple items were sculpted separately, the druid's backpack (including his sheathed scimitar) and the bards extra instruments (she's playing her flute). The nice thing about them is the minis are fully sculpted underneath, so if you left them off, they wouldn't have ugly flat spots on their backs. I think I will paint them up and leave them separate, they could be used as treasure bits or pieces of adventurer kit for lying beside a campfire. Scale wise, match up perfectly with Sir Forscale.

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Glad to hear what a little gem of a success this seems to be. Hoping they eventually make it to retail!

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