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I think this is my largest bones pledge so far.  i'm ok with that. i'm pleased sophie is coming along for the ride.  but mostly, right now, i'm pleased with the pledge manager letting us add funds later.  it's been a rough couple of days recently and couch and nap figured prominently in my afternoon plans.


Congratulations, Reaper!


(now go make some packaging for Goremaw so I can buy him at retail ::D:)

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35 minutes ago, Beagle said:

I presume people aren't buying the barge expansion if the 3rd part isn't unlocked

It'll be one of the many things I'll be adding later once the pledge manager is up and running.

I suspect that if the demand is there for the barge in the pledge manager, that Reaper will include the third part. Whatever it may be.

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Reaper has spoiled us in the past...  I'm now left wondering if there will be any surprises when the pledge manager opens.  ::P:  Although honestly, I think even just getting info on sculpts for the next year will also be fun--there are a lot of bits of concept art that I'm hoping will be awesome once sculpted!  

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6 minutes ago, MarvnMartian said:



each base has a "x10" "x4" etc next to it to see the amount of bases you get

Man I must have missed that:( Thanks, i'll go check again:) I have been lazy and just been using fender washers, but if there are some nice bases, I'll have to drop some dollars on some.

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2 minutes ago, trappleton said:

Is there a precedent for adding goodies in the pledge manager after the fact? Especially big ones, like our mystery capstone?


There were sets added to the pledge manager in Bones III after the close of the campaign. I don't know whether they did well enough to be repeated. None were especially large. If that were the plan, I'd have expected Reaper to add it right near the end of the campaign so that it would get the kind of advertising that you can't really get later on.


I hope I'm wrong.

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