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1 hour ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

should be 6PM reaper time (for me on the west coast 4PM). Just checked twitch, the counter says an hour 40 minutes, so there should be one

What is their Twitch channel name? Or how can I see what you're talking about?

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7 minutes ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

I like how the cat is looking at you like
"Get this $#!* out of my bed"


Yeah. He does that. He climbed on top a few minutes later, but all the spiky wyvern and turtle bits were not comfy.

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1 hour ago, DBloom said:

What is their Twitch channel name? Or how can I see what you're talking about?

Its reaperminiatures in twitch, also will be on youtube later (sans chat).


Some highlights:

size change on argent:

It was size vs. cost basically


International shipping:

EU due the 24th of april

AU either May 7th or 17th (will have to review livestream, missed that one clearly)


Thunderhoof lost it's base because it ended up not needing one


I asked about recycling sprues and sending them back to reaper. They said recycle them like normal plastic:)



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Now everyone stand still for a group picture:


The box to the right: Baba Yaga's hut; to the left is Argent.


It appears that I got the right paints:









I'll have to wait until this weekend to do a more detail inspection/inventory.

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On ‎4‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 12:19 PM, Paradoxical Mouse said:

They still haven't released the clear weapon sprues


They haven't released any of the weapon sprues that I'm aware of.


On ‎4‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 5:24 PM, TheAuldGrump said:

Back in 1983, a pre-teen picked up two of my miniatures and started bashing them together - 'Look! They're fighting!' :blink::grr:


Thirty years later, that was the primary motive for investing in the first Bones KS....


The Auld Grump


1983 is the year I was born O_o

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10 minutes ago, HornedTurtle said:


They haven't released any of the weapon sprues that I'm aware of.



1983 is the year I was born O_o

You have me beat by 5 :P


I've gone through 4 bottles of the loctite superglue gel stuff tonight... and barely made a dent


Did the Dragon turtle, 3x dire crabs, all the giants and all the trolls..

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We got about 80% of the models.  We had planned to have an unboxing party, where we would all team up and prime / zenithal all the models.  With all the assembly required this time around, we decided to go ahead and open them and get the all put together.   It took most of the day for the two of us, but everything is assembled except a few of the dangley bits for the barge, which seems to like to be assembled in stages.   Our entire table has been confiscated by bones.

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6 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:


I think I would use two pairs of 3/8" cylinder x 1/4" thick (approximate) neodymium magnets per leg, installed with opposite polarity per pair. This should give you the holding strength for the hut and the opposite polarity pairs would index the legs correctly every time. Probably set the magnets in epoxy in the recesses on each side, place the legs in place for curing, and use wax paper to keep the legs from sticking to the hut until curing is complete.


A powerful magnet in the recess and a thin metal plate on  top of the legs.

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