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Reaper Miniatures Bones 3, Launches July 7th

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I fell asleep briefly and woke up with the sense I had a bunch of stuff to do. Now I can't sleep...I blame the excitement.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrYGSlEmt_I

 

Humorous, but the shark cam I found here is better: http://www.discovery.com/live/#/collections/shark-week/hammerhead-cam

 

Also, shark cam makes me want more sharks and other undersea minis in Bones 3.

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Dang, goes live at 3 in the morning! Oh well, can look forward to checking it out when I wake. :)

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Oh gosh, this feels just like Christmas Eve!! *vibrating with excitement*

 

IS IT MORNING YET?! I WANNA OPEN PRESENTS!!! :lol:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Aaagh!!! Bones 3 Kickstarter to start in less than 7 and a half hours!!!

 

Why am I not sleeping?!? :blink:

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Aaagh!!! Bones 3 Kickstarter to start in less than 7 and a half hours!!!

 

Why am I not sleeping?!? :blink:

I was just coming here to post this. LOL

 

I am off to bed to stare at my ceiling and imagine all the amazing things Reaper will show us tomorrow.

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I'll wait a few hours after it opens when the servers are more stable.

 

 

So they use the shipping waves to promote the early bird pledge (and with the two days for each wave, the only reason for you want to get in the first wave is bragging rights...)

They only shipped the waves out back to back and at an accelerated pace because they were late. Had everything been in on time, what makes you think Reaper would not have abided by the X waves a month schedule listed in the pledge levels? The effort and labor to ship everything out at the speed they have done it at for the first two KS was not free to Reaper. If Reaper gets the product on time for bones 3, a lot of late pledgers will be SCREAMING mad when they find out the timetable will get followed.

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Leaving work early in the morning mainly cause I don't want to be here....::): prob gives me 1 1/2 hrs till the start. Might try & get the lawns mowed before the temps climb.

 

As I said in the past KSs don't really care when my order ships. I'd rather the people that really need the minis or the butts that'll give Reaper headaches get thiers first.

 

Well hell back to work. Good luck everyone!

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So they use the shipping waves to promote the early bird pledge (and with the two days for each wave, the only reason for you want to get in the first wave is bragging rights...)

They only shipped the waves out back to back and at an accelerated pace because they were late. Had everything been in on time, what makes you think Reaper would not have abided by the X waves a month schedule listed in the pledge levels? The effort and labor to ship everything out at the speed they have done it at for the first two KS was not free to Reaper. If Reaper gets the product on time for bones 3, a lot of late pledgers will be SCREAMING mad when they find out the timetable will get followed.
It shouldn't be too bad with constant updates. There will always be complaints with this many pledges though. Hopefully us regulars can reel in the chaos...
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So they use the shipping waves to promote the early bird pledge (and with the two days for each wave, the only reason for you want to get in the first wave is bragging rights...)

They only shipped the waves out back to back and at an accelerated pace because they were late. Had everything been in on time, what makes you think Reaper would not have abided by the X waves a month schedule listed in the pledge levels? The effort and labor to ship everything out at the speed they have done it at for the first two KS was not free to Reaper. If Reaper gets the product on time for bones 3, a lot of late pledgers will be SCREAMING mad when they find out the timetable will get followed.
Actually, I believe there was word that they would maintain the accelerated shipping pace for Bones III but it is buried somewhere in this forum. Guess we will officially find out in 6 1/2 hours. Edited by Widowmaker
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Its going to start at 8am for me....cant wait to see what they put out. Curious as to why they only opted for 18 days though....

 

Cant believe zombicide capped at 4 mil...how is reaper supposed to beat that in a less amount of time....

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Just over 6 hours left until this thing launches. I wasn't able to get in on the last 2. I've never been so pumped for a Kickstarter!

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