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last minute travel cancellation and apparently my tracking # was incorrect. has been in suburban depot since Friday 430. No out for delivery today which is annoying.

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Got stuff this afternoon. Texture patch samples are SMALL. Also I totally misplaced stuff trying to deal with my overtired kid.

2x each of the  "big "2x4 patches and 4x each of the 1x1 squares.

I think

Green=water

Blue=ice

Beige=boiling mud

Black=oil or ooze of some kind

Chasm/pit

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On 10/21/2019 at 10:41 AM, Talae said:

I finally got my first shipping notice. There is way more on the back ordered list than the shipping list:

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Finally got my tracking info...weeks later.

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3 hours ago, Talae said:

Finally got my tracking info...weeks later.

Mine was apparently incorrect as first stated. Would not have known  if I hadn't followed up.

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1 hour ago, lexomatic said:

Mine was apparently incorrect as first stated. Would not have known  if I hadn't followed up.

My second email matches the first five things listed in my above quoted post. Hopefully that means it is correct. Also hopefully the rest is to follow fairly soon since this is basically just terrain trays (and not even all of them) for the first shipment to me.

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First Dwarven Forge shipment arrived tonight. Apparently the the trays shrink when depicting cold...

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That is roughly 4-6mm all the way around (or something like 9-11mm off in each direction). The other styles are fairly close to each other, but the ice is way out if whack. Anyone else have this problem?

 

The little bit of other stuff that came in this shipment seems fine, though.

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1 hour ago, Talae said:

First Dwarven Forge shipment arrived tonight. Apparently the the trays shrink when depicting cold...

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One of the issues with trays is does one want them small enough to fit inside a box of walls or bigger to go under a room the size of the tray and leave a edge to get a hold of it.

 

If you choose bigger then you won't be able to have a room where the walls are just the right size to surround a floor of ice, acid or water.

 

Since I do not use trays to fly in rooms I want them to fit inside a ring of walls but to someone else the larger option might be better.

 

I am not sure if this explains the ice being smaller or if it is just a mistake.

 

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