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Ups will leave packages at my front door. So will all of them. Oh well just have to have someone look out for it. 

Thought I heard in one of the last live updates that all domestic were going to be pulled at the same time. I could be wrong this is the first time I backed any kickstarter. Reaper is the best. Keep up the good work. 

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Here's a google sheet that updates some charts every a couple of minutes based on the tracker page at http://forum.reapermini.com/ks/, looking forward to seeing that progress line hit the top (looking forward even more to having a big box of 20 minis at my front door!)



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Meanwhile, I live in an apartment complex where just my neighbors, the postal service, and the front desk have a key to my tower. So i get annoyed when the post office leaves it with the front desk instead of in my building's safe stair tower. I work for all of the hours my front desk is open, as does Mr. Mouse, so we have to lose hours (and not bill them) if we have to get a package from them. Also, they don't accept oversized packages... I just hope this one gets put inside, unlike the bed we ordered which got leaned by the front door.


I got one of everything, and 2 of some things, including 2 of the expansions. I feel like that's gonna be a big box.

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I’m quite thankful actually that most delivery services do not leave oversized packages in my building’s lobby. We don’t have a doorman or anything and some of my neighbors have had packages stolen or opened, so hopefully this definitey oversized box will not be left unattended! Best case scenarios for me are either I’m home when it’s delivered or I have to go wait an hour or two in line at the post office to attempt to bring it home myself!

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13 hours ago, ratsmitglied said:

No, that 0.1% is the dropbears :poke:


Ooo, I love drop bears.  I had at one time planned to sculpt one.  I even made reference art (excuse my horrible 2D drawing skills).  it never happened though.




I have all of my packages sent to my work, as we have had theft issues in our neighborhood.

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31 minutes ago, PeterBenjaminParker said:

Is there a way to see your backer number if you were a late pledge, and/or order number? On the pledge manager I see my orders are around the #94000 range but I’m guessing that includes not only Bones 4 orders?


It's my understanding that Reaper will ship by wave sorted by first lock-in date when they get to the US orders.


So for shipping order, neither the order number (which you seem to have) nor the backer number (which can be found on the Kickstarter website by clicking on your pledge level) is useful for determining where you are in line.


For that matter, if you didn't back during the project, I don't think you actually have a backer number, but I could be wrong about that.

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