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Got in my final pledge of just under $700 3 mins before it ended.


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Lost Valley

Fan Favorites

Hill giants


Fire Giant Huntsman



Dragon Turtle

Skeletal Monsters

Greek Statues, both sets

Zombie Dragon

Hill Giant Huntsman


Female Frost Giants

Rulers of Hell


Thunderfoot Behemoth

Fantasy Scenics

Dance of Death

Skeletal Dragon



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Forgot to mention we added another Sophie and Friends!
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That was quite something, though a bit anti-climactic. I had campaigned for 9 months to get some flumphs, and my disappointment at not seeing them is tempered by the knowledge that there are still many surprises that will be added to the Pledge Manager, and they might still become a reality. Until then, I still have hope in my heart.

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