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On 9/22/2017 at 6:58 PM, PaganMegan said:

Crap, crap, crap, crap, crap!


Kazavon DOESN'T sound like a talker.


Crap, it even looks like the dragon in Scream's painting. Which means that the WRITER probably used the figure, and the artist was in the game.


I just thought you were getting it ready to sell.


That is an awesome dragon, I just wish it wasn't gonna KILL us!

Wow, I hadn't noticed, but, yeah, you're right -


That does look a lot like Gauth....


The Auld Grump

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On 9/24/2017 at 6:31 AM, DMAgamus said:

I caved and got the paint sets, despite having quite a bit of paint. I need to get an acrylic nail polish display like someone suggested to hold it all, that way I'm not digging through boxes to find a specific color. Not sure which one to order off Amazon though.


I have 2 large wall-mount acrylic nail polish racks that I love. I think we're not supposed to post direct links but I can take a pic of mine if you're interested. 


To keep this on topic re B4: I too am interested in the paint set (B). I got samples of what are obviously the precursors to that muted pink and green, and I really like them. And I love the idea of another wood triad.


I think I can pass on set A, since as far as I can tell they are already-existing SKUs, and not HD paints, just regular MSP. I don't mind having extra HD paint but I go through the standard MSPs much more slowly. 

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3 minutes ago, NecroMancer said:


Any worry with this possibly shipping during winter that the paints might freeze?

This was a concern during the last Days of Reapermas; blister packs had their glue break, but all the paints arrived safely (at least for people who posted in this forum or the Facebook page)

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2 minutes ago, NecroMancer said:


Any worry with this possibly shipping during winter that the paints might freeze?


Reaper has always been stellar about replacing paints if they're damaged in transit.


That said, it has to be pretty cold to actually damage their paints. Well below 0° F and the paint sitting in an outdoor mailbox for long enough can do it, but for most places that's pretty uncommon, even in deepest winter.

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On 9/27/2017 at 0:16 AM, OneBoot said:

There was an industrial dumpster shown during the Livestream (at about 47 minutes). Will that be available as an add-on at some point?



--OneBoot :D


20 hours ago, Reaperbryan said:

It is likely we will add it to the PM with the next round of Power Ups.


Yay! I need at least five of these. 

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Since the project ended I have been re-tasked to a primary focus of ReaperCon.


I have no specific knowledge of what power ups may be included, that's now in the hands of the Art Director.


I obviously cannot stop rampant speculation, but anything that requires the assumption that I am deliberately injecting hints, or sloppily failing to omit clues from my grammar, is probably off base.

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