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And then I went and injured myself.  Okay I'm finally able to move around again.  Made Thanksgiving dinner this morning and tomorrow ... back to shipping.   Sorry for the health issues .... 2015 has been a year for more time being spent at hospital than not for my family.  Really looking forward to 2016 being different.  But will do my best to get these all shipped before the holiday mail traffic gets too bad.

I hope you and yours are all feeling and doing better Tom!
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Uh, areyou talking about the Impact! miniatures one? That's been shipping slowly but more-or-less steadily. Best way to figure out what's up with you stuff would be to ask in public comments, Impact! tends to be hit-and-miss on replying to PMs.

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Has anyone else received their minis? I still haven't seen hide nor hair of mine. There's been no update on the site either. I saw the other thread about thus was closed.... Am I the only one that didn't get theirs?

Impact is a one man shop, and by all accounts Tom had what can best be described as a stuffy year. He is getting things shipped, and I for one, have every confidence that he will get everything out.


If it helps, I haven't gotten mine either.

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This is from January 6

Watch the Comments area for daily updates ... shipping

I will be starting tonight to post daily messages to this KickStarter for shipping status and who is shipping and how many are left.

Sorry for the radio silence. The health issues with my family have not gotten any better and so December just did not go as planned. I like to just sit down and ship KickStarter backers when I do it ... it is normally a much more efficient way to get everything done. But it is clear now that I need to schedule small amounts of time and get the shipping done in start and stop mode.

So I'm going to try and get a couple packages or more done each day and will post to the comments the names of the backers shipping so you can look at the comments at any point and no where we are.

There are a couple figures that I've been doing a lot of work on before they ship and that is also slowing things down. As I really want everyone to receive miniatures they are happy with.

So watch the comments .... I will keep you fully updated during January of where I am for finishing shipping the KickStarter.

Apologies for the delay the health issues I've had with my wife and son have caused for getting the rewards out. I am hopeful that things will get better soon. My wife goes back to the hospital in a week and hopefully they'll be able to say she is well enough to go off the meds that are making her ill (while fighting the thing that will make her much more ill) and my son .... I have high hopes that things might get more stable but with him it is a wait and hope and see.

I know you've had to wait and I'm two months late on delivery ... the figures are coming and I'm very happy with them so I want to get them into your hands.

Watch the comments .... I'll make a commitment to keep you up to date on all shipping during January while I do my best to finish the shipping. Shipping is 26% complete as of right now for those wanting to know.


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So, Tom and Kim are working through the orders slowly, but surely. I got my chibis this last weekend and they're fantastic. Very happy with them, and with the excellent communication from Tom. If you haven't gotten yours yet keep an eye on the KS comments, as they list who's package has gone out that day there. I also received a shipping notice.

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I wonder when these minis will be available in the Impact shop. There's definitely a few I'd like to add to my chibi collection!! ^_^


Especially the beetle, scorpion and other swarms!


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I picked up my order at Adepticon this weekend.  If anyone is waiting on minis and attending a convention Impact is at, send them a message and see if they can get it ready for you.


My order was pretty big, around $500 worth (basically one of everything), and was packaged perfectly with no missing minis or parts. Usually if I go into a minis kickstarter that much, I'll end up with at least one packaging error.  Really nice job!


Chibi Hydra? Nah, that's a chibi Ma'al Drakar. muahahaha

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I picked up my order at Adepticon this weekend. If anyone is waiting on minis and attending a convention Impact is at, send them a message and see if they can get it ready for you.


My order was pretty big, around $500 worth (basically one of everything), and was packaged perfectly with no missing minis or parts. Usually if I go into a minis kickstarter that much, I'll end up with at least one packaging error. Really nice job!


Chibi Hydra? Nah, that's a chibi Tiamat. muahahaha

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