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So what is all this yammering about a Cat Dragon? Who needs a Cat Dragon?

 

Just kidding, of course. I have no interest in it, but it's clear many other Bonesians do.

 

I really miss being able to comment daily on the Bones 4 Kickstarter so here I am, reading the Bones 4 thread and I will say that the Bones 4 Kickstarter had absolutely EVERYTHING I wanted in it except for those elusive Githyanki.

 

Now it's just a matter of waiting for 2019. I had to order a Reaper Bones 3 Core package from eBay to practice on until my Lost Valley, Darkreach and Dreadmere arrive. 

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9 hours ago, Paint Monk said:

 

 

...and I will say that the Bones 4 Kickstarter had absolutely EVERYTHING I wanted in it...

 

 

Or in my case, had absolutely EVERYTHING I didnt know I wanted!   :lol:::D:::P:

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, TheAuldGrump said:

I ran a game where I showed up in game.

 

The PCs killed me, and the world ended.

 

The Auld Grump

 

This sounds like the World of Warcraft fan fic I wrote just before I quit. 

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Mr. Bones is niche enough item that the best way to handle him would be a limited release metal, possibly included as a bonus item or add on when the Kickstarters pass the 1 Million Dollar* mark.

 

Probably not enough appeal as a Bones release to make the mold worth producing.

 

The Auld Grump

 

* Or if he is a Mr. Evil Bones, perhaps at the Million, Billion, Trillion Dollar mark.

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I also appeared in a D&D campaign along with the players.  Their characters went thru a portal and saw a group of people around a table.  The man at the head grinned evilly at them.  When they fired at him they missed (can't kill the GM).  When they fired at the other people, the character that was run by the person at that table died.  

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6 hours ago, Chris Palmer said:

Or in my case, had absolutely EVERYTHING I didnt know I wanted!   :lol:::D:::P:

 

You can say that again!

 

 

2 hours ago, ttuckerman said:

I also appeared in a D&D campaign along with the players.  Their characters went thru a portal and saw a group of people around a table.  The man at the head grinned evilly at them.  When they fired at him they missed (can't kill the GM).  When they fired at the other people, the character that was run by the person at that table died.  

 

Oooh, evil!  I like it!  :devil:

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Honestly, Bones 3 paled in comparison to the offerings in Bone 4. The core offering on Bones 4 alone was far more generous - which is why, I suppose, you can call Bones 3 my "practice" minis. :B):

 

Plus, four of the expansions - Lost Valley, Dreadmere, Darkreach and Fan Favorites are must-haves.

 

I'll be adding things until the Pledge Manager closes next summer. 

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