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Still waiting on my figures here as well. I have to say, I'm still excited about taking an oval base and making a small scene where the living and the dead Ksenia fight it out face to face. I didn't even want either of those two when the project was live, but after seeing the finished sculpts, they were instant adds. Just hope I can do them justice. 

 

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1 hour ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Still waiting on my figures here as well. I have to say, I'm still excited about taking an oval base and making a small scene where the living and the dead Ksenia fight it out face to face. I didn't even want either of those two when the project was live, but after seeing the finished sculpts, they were instant adds. Just hope I can do them justice. 

 

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That's such a good idea! You're making me wish I'd added a dead Ksenia ::P: Though a Ksenia/ Glory fight could be fun...

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1 hour ago, Fire_Eyes said:

That's such a good idea! You're making me wish I'd added a dead Ksenia ::P: Though a Ksenia/ Glory fight could be fun...

 

That would definitely be a cool scene! Still, I'm too much of a Maiden fan to do anything except try and steal every thing I can from Derek Riggs. I'm putting Glory on her Desolation base and going full on Trooper colors! :zombie: :winkthumbs:

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I didn't get a response to my email, but I did just receive a shipping notification with tracking number. I'm a touch sad that I have to wait longer (not that I need the backlog addition, I'm just very excited to have them) but the minis are going to be worth it, and overall I'm just  glad they weren't lost in transit

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On 3/13/2018 at 10:41 PM, CorallineAlgae said:

Still waiting on my figures here as well. I have to say, I'm still excited about taking an oval base and making a small scene where the living and the dead Ksenia fight it out face to face. I didn't even want either of those two when the project was live, but after seeing the finished sculpts, they were instant adds. Just hope I can do them justice. 

 

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This idea reminds me of Ash vs Evil Ash in Army of Darkness!  Now I wish I would have been in on this KS. 

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Comment on KS.  He's swamped and hopes to get through his message queues in the next couple of days.

 

 

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Hasslefree Miniatures Creator about 4 hours ago

I genuinely don't know what it was about the last updates but my inboc both here and the email haas gone 'crazy'. Like triple figure crazy. I'm starting to think I might have been better off not saying anything and just annoying like 6 people because I seem to have worried everyone who had an order left!

The important part of the update was 'If your order has a shipping date of February then 'do not worry' and it seems to have been read as 'If your order has a shipping date of February, freak out and email me immediately worried that we're closing the kickstarter and you'll never get anything' :)

Everything's fine! I will do my best at working through the many many messages and emails over the next day or two, but doing the ones I already have has slowed down actually finishing off getting your pledges out the door so I have to prioritise. I'm sure most of you would rather wait 2 days to get a 'It's fine, your order has shipped'?

 

 

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