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Jul 6 2015


Update # 41 Getting this show on the Road!!

Hey Everybody!


Well we are overdue but finally I can say that the process is moving out of my hands and into yours and our mold-maker caster's hands! Sculpting is done, and the sculpts are packed and ready to ship to the mold-maker. The Surveys are also ready and will be issued today. I have attached here- in the pics of the finished models along with their temporary designations for identification purposes.


In the survey there are two entries which ask for the specific designations of figures pledged for. In the Solo figure entry if you have pledged for any Solo figures please enter the figure by theme designation FIRST ( i.e. HM - HelsMaiden ) followed by the specific figure designation ( i.e. A - E ) followed by a space an " x " and a quantity IF you are pledging for more than 1 copy of that figure. If you are NOT pledging for more than 1 copy then there is no need for a quantity designation.


So to make an example......Al wants to receive 3 copies of HelsMaiden A, one copy of Berserker D, and 2 copies of Craven C, one copy of the Helsrider Male and 2 HelsRider females. Al's SOLO entry would look like this:
HM A x3,..... BS D,....... CV C x2.......RDR M.........RDR F x2


Alternatively if Al wanted two copies of Helsmaiden A two copies of HelsMaiden C and one copy of HelsMaiden E he would need to group these entries together without separation by period. Thus his entry might look like this;

HM Ax2, Cx2, E..............BS D............CV Cx2.............RDR M.........RDR F x2


Please remember to separate the entries with a few periods to make them a bit more legible for me.


The second entry asks for the designation and quantity of Themed sets pledged for. If you pledged for any themed sets please enter the themed set designation  ( i.e. CH for Chosen, or BK for Berserker ) followed by the quantity if you are pledging for multiples of the same themed set.


So if Al wanted a set of Chosen and a set of Berserkers then his entry might look like this;



If Al wanted 3 sets of Chosen and 2 sets of Berserkers then his entry might look like this;

CH x3.............BK x2


Please remember that any entry in this question will be construed as a themed set entry rather than a solo entry.

If you contributed to the Warband level pledge, YOU DO NOT NEED TO ENTER EACH ITEM INCLUDED IN THE REWARD DESCRIPTION. Only enter additional items desired. For example if Al has contributed to the Warband level he only needs to make entries for additional items. So in addition to the 1 set of Chosen, 1 set of HelsMaidens, 1 set of Berserkers, 1 Hordesman Hero ( A ) and 1 Hordesman Captain ( B ),1 Jotunn, 1 Male Helsrider and 1 Female Helsrider, Al wants to add two sets of Craven and one additional set of Chosen then his entry for themed sets might look like this;

CV x2.............Ch........


The Themed set designation is also included on the pictures for easy reference and I will define them here in text as well;


CH - Chosen 

HM - HelsMaiden

BS - Berserker

CV - Craven

JT- Jotunn

HD - Hordesman

RDR - HelsRider

WS - Warstaff


PLEASE message me with any questions before issuing your survey response if you do not understand the instructions.




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Warstaff B is pretty awesome, not sure why I didn't go for him. He's interestingly stumpy. Too many banners in my to-paint boxes already, maybe.



How'd anybody else list the Hordesmen? I listed them a individuals, both A and B, because in one of the examples both horses were listed as solos. I listed only the themed sets of 5 as sets. Hope that was kosher.

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I didn't go in for that much so it wasn't that difficult.

I got the male chosen band, helsmaiden band, beserker band and the mounted helsmaiden.


Not a huge fan of the mounted helsmaiden having a helmet, but maybe I can mod her.

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I went with Chosen B and D, both Hordesmen, male Helsrider, the hornblower, Craven set and Berserker set. The only real snag for me was the Jotunn--if the chain had worked out, I'd've had to stuck with him. As it is, think I'll be happier with the trio of medium-sized guys.



Especially that hornblower, ungh.

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