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Okay, here you are @Thes Hunter, here's the Chronoscope stuff (I have the elements I need for my review video, I should have that up in a day or two, I'll let everyone know.)


Box front:



Mini's 301 to 305:


Mini's 306 - 311


mini's 312-316


mini's 317 - 322


mini's 323 - 329


mini's 330 - 3341549605591_chronoscopeset7.thumb.jpg.0fa996aca974ac5122a1e832921f2469.jpg

mini's 335 - 338


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Things that make you go "Hmmmm..." :rock:


   Nothing earthshaking, but I was working on the Cave Sloth this weekend, and was curious as to what decision making process led to apparently the arm on the left coming pre-glued, yet the arm on the right is lose and requires gluing... :huh:




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1 minute ago, Chris Palmer said:

Things that make you go "Hmmmm..." :rock:


   Nothing earthshaking, but I was working on the Cave Sloth this weekend, and was curious as to why it appears the arm on the left comes pre-glued, yet the arm on the right is lose and require gluing... :huh:




Could it be a slothful slacker in the sloth support section?


Sorry, couldn't resist...

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18 minutes ago, JoeGKushner said:

Mine does not have that...


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2017 Core Set ($100)
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I know there's at least one shipped order where the shipping information didn't end up on the pledge manager--because ours didn't, but we got our bones just fine.


It doesn't seem like it's very widespread, though. We got our order shipped as part of the test batch so it would make sense that some sort of API didn't feel like talking at that point.

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On 4/18/2019 at 10:40 AM, TheAuldGrump said:

Hmmm, I do kind of wish we had gotten two of the Hut - I want to see how well a hot knife does at cutting through the Black. (My twenty year old hot knife was made by X-Acto... but I can see neither hide nor hair of a current version by them.)


There is a term for that lantern-on-a-stick... and I know that I used to know it... going to niggle at me for a while. <_< I even remember when I learned the proper name - back when Mordheim first came out.


The Auld Grump

We on't be seeing our Bones for a while - late Wave and contains all of the items that shipped late....




The Auld Grump - I think I confused poor Megan - I sat straight up and shouted that.... <_<:wacko:

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