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3 hours ago, Pirannha said:

Got mine yesterday as well.  Got a couple assembled minis that look like Imperators but on steroids.  Searched around but haven't been able to find a name for them.  Any ideas on what they are?  I assume they are "bonus" figures?

Sounds like you are talking about the Enforcer minis? They were done in a harder plastic than the rest of the KS.

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The harder PVC on the enforcer is a nice improvement. I wasn't missing any thing from my order, but dand there were a lot of minis. Spent yesterday afternoon and this morning putting them mostly together with three tubes of superglue. 

 

with a few white CAV my son was playing with from the first KS. 

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33 minutes ago, KruleBear said:

The harder PVC on the enforcer is a nice improvement. I wasn't missing any thing from my order, but dand there were a lot of minis. Spent yesterday afternoon and this morning putting them mostly together with three tubes of superglue. 

 

with a few white CAV my son was playing with from the first KS. 

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Seeing everyone’s tables full of CAV never gets old. I have been busy so am only maybe 20% through everything. I am looking forward to taking my CAV group photo soon I hope!

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23 minutes ago, EddieVanShatner said:

 

Seeing everyone’s tables full of CAV never gets old. I have been busy so am only maybe 20% through everything. I am looking forward to taking my CAV group photo soon I hope!

I know. I looked at the coffe table and realized I would need a larger table to play with all the toys. I couldn't believe how much superglue it took to secure just legs to the CAV and tracks/hovers to the tanks.

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4 minutes ago, KruleBear said:

I know. I looked at the coffe table and realized I would need a larger table to play with all the toys. I couldn't believe how much superglue it took to secure just legs to the CAV and tracks/hovers to the tanks.

I just ordered more glue as I am flying through it as well! So far they have gone together pretty easily. These are a noticeable improvement over the first KS an those were nicely done for the most part.

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3 hours ago, KruleBear said:

The harder PVC on the enforcer is a nice improvement. I wasn't missing any thing from my order, but dand there were a lot of minis. Spent yesterday afternoon and this morning putting them mostly together with three tubes of superglue. 

 

with a few white CAV my son was playing with from the first KS. 

That's some inventive assembly your son has with those white CAVs!

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