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Found this in the comments (and it basically sums up my situation):         Also this image with both Castle and City pieces is great: http://dwarvenforge.com/forum/download/file.php?id=15044

Got my stuff and built a castle right away to test it out.

I showed this to my wife yesterday and her comment was "well, I guess there goes the idea of buying a house this year."    Am I really that bad?   Also, does it count as an upgrade if I buy a cast

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Dwarven forge just announced their new kickstarter.....

"Sign up at "dwarven forge" for all the latest news on our Dungeon of Doom Kickstarter launch in June 2017."

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I wonder when they will ship their preorders....I only got in on the preorders

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They have one container out of 5; they should get the remaining ones over the next 5 or so weeks.  They are starting shipping with what they have; some backers will start getting full or partial pledges, but the ability to fulfill all pledges won't be available until that last container comes in.

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17 minutes ago, animesensei said:

They have one container out of 5; they should get the remaining ones over the next 5 or so weeks.  They are starting shipping with what they have; some backers will start getting full or partial pledges, but the ability to fulfill all pledges won't be available until that last container comes in.

Maybe I will get to actually finish painting what I have left before stuff arrives. Maybe.

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I just got an email from DF saying I will be getting a split pledge (45/48 items) and the first part of my pledge is in "queue at the shipper" (whatever that means).  Hoping it means I'll have my castle in a few days.  We'll see.  The rest of the stuff should be shipped when the other containers arrive.  (All 3 are LED items)

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7 hours ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

That is a fair point.

It also might be speed. I would think shipping the majority now will likely mean a sooner launch of KS5.

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