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12 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:


You mean like two more mammoths?

We might need a second.


I have an urge to put a bow on the head of the one we are getting.


Or get better at trying to do a Queen Latifah voice.



On 1/25/2019 at 8:38 PM, Cyradis said:


Sir Cyr wanted the figures that I was less interested in usually. So we ended up with more than I would have on my own for that reason. However, a few we doubled up on.... because we both want to paint boobs. We got an extra demons set. 


I do wish I'd picked up the wraiths for my D&D campaign though. Oh well. 

We almost always grab the SAME ONES.


But boobs are always good. :lol:

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1 hour ago, Nunae said:

Here's to hoping our Bones will catch their ship tomorrow.


I was fine with waiting for the minis for months, only checking in for the updates. But now, with fulfillment in arm's reach, it's getting difficult to be patient. It's soooo close.

So close, the precious is! We must have, yes we must!

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3 hours ago, Nunae said:

Here's to hoping our Bones will catch their ship tomorrow.


I was fine with waiting for the minis for months, only checking in for the updates. But now, with fulfillment in arm's reach, it's getting difficult to be patient. It's soooo close.

Yeah, the months and months leading up to 2019 were no problem.




Now I want them NOW!


One thing I've been thinking about is the fence toppers... What to do with the extras? The gargoyles are easy enough to use... But those orbs? I'm sure they'll find use as scatter terrain for Frostgrave in some way...




So did you all notice how we got an update last week? And did you notice that we get one this week too??

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I know it's update week but all I really want updated on is whether or not they can confirm if the last container will leave port before the CNY.  If they have nothing else to update that would be fine by me as I want a little left to the imagination about the minis for when I actually open the box so I don't need anymore pictures.  I think I have seen too much already.

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