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Hi there, 

a general question, is there any idea when the Frost Giant queen from the last round of Bones Kickstarter is going to be released to the public? One of the coolest minis from that last Kickstarter.



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Soon.   There was a proposed release schedule that came out last year, link to it here.  77576 Female Sphinx was the last one in the March release, and the Frost Giant Queen is #77592.  

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Hopefully then it's soon.  I'm trying to coordinate her coming out with ordering some paint (which I'm needing pretty soon), plus the Heritage figures, hoping for a groovy one when she does come out.


So I saw this beauty in the preview section, and there it said she was to come around April. So just biding my time, hoping early April instead of late, and Hoping for an xcellent Dungeon Dwellers figure at the same time!

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So I got some paint and this beautiful frost Giantess, and the figure is really incredible.  I was surprised it came in so many parts, but Reaper has done a beautiful job in making sure the pieces fit nicely together.  Her staff was warped, and with much trepidation I attempted throwing it in boiling water and then later into icy water, but that worked actually really well!  So now the only thing left is to paint her which will I'm sure take quite a while. I actually want to paint some old Grenadier frost giants at the same time, and take advantage of the same skin tones.

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