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11 hours ago, Inarah said:
19 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Two quick questions:

1) We have a box starter who doesn't want their box back; is there anyone who might want to be a box starter next time that I could have this box land with at the end of this round?

 

 

I volunteer.  I can top it off at the end if necessary, too. 

 

Awesome, thank you!!

 

 

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Was out sick at the end of last week so got behind.

 

I usually pass up on any boxes I get that are full of lead figures.  No interest with the little one doing most of the painting these days.  So if I can not be on the one with a ton of lead that would be nice.  No biggie if it works out better to have me on that route...i will just not dig through it much.

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On 25-2-2018 at 8:00 AM, Aryanun said:

I'm good with lead. Got plenty of it. Sometimes I suck on my lead minis.

 

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What? Doesn't everyone?

 

:;,;:

 

Slams down a mug of paintwater, wipes his mouth, better beware young lady!

Sucking lead minis is unhealthy!

 

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On ‎2‎/‎25‎/‎2018 at 2:00 AM, Aryanun said:

I'm good with lead. Got plenty of it. Sometimes I suck on my lead minis.

 

:unsure:

 

What? Doesn't everyone?

 

:;,;:

Doesn't matter the material of the mini, I will suck on it.  I will suck on the application of the freehand, at the shadows and the hightlights.  I will suck on the eyes and the Klocken-buckles.  I will suck on the metallics and and the wood grain.
 

*And as I was writing that, I had Churchill's voice going though my head.

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No, don't worry about it, the rules state that ANY material is alright; I'm not going to go and make a lead figures only box. Just please be sure to put lead figures into a separate baggie and label it as lead for those that don't like/want any.

 

 

 

 

Note to everyone: this is the sign up thread; sign ups are closed. Please carry conversations over to the chatter thread. Thank you.

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14 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Slams down a mug of paintwater, wipes his mouth, better beware young lady!

Sucking lead minis is unhealthy!

 

Especially when they get stuck in your throat.

Or snorted up into the nasal cavity by an un-stifled guffaw at an inopportune moment.

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