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3 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

My package arrived today and I’m about to go down to the dungeon to have a look, at first glance, some pretty cool stuff, plus the bonus mini.....

Should be two bonus minis.

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9 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

There were, but one was one you already knew about, and the second one they never said what it was. So yes, there are two. Looking at it right now, nice little piece!


Could you post a pic under spoilers for those that want to be surprised?


I’m curious what the 3 mystery minis are.

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Got mine in today and sorted.  I like the bonus mystery miniature but I'm not sure what it's meant to be.


Funny enough my wife just decided to reroll for our next season after Lost Mine of Phandelvar and decided on a Dwarf Bard.  Now I have two options for her.

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Mine is similar to @aku-chan.

LOS ANGELES CA DISTRIBUTION CENTER to LOS ANGELES,CA,90001,US, to Los Angeles,CA,90051,US,  back to LOS ANGELES CA DISTRIBUTION CENTER, then over to LOS ANGELES,CA,90052,US, then back to LOS ANGELES,CA,90001, and then back to LOS ANGELES,CA,90051. Having done that loop twice, we now head to TORRANCE,CA,90505, and then COMPTON,CA,90220.  As that apparently isn't clear enough, now on to COMPTON,CA,90220,US, then the previously mentioned Rancho Dominguez. From there it went to an unnamed facility :ph34r:, then moved on to LOS ANGELES,CA,90009,US, where it was then processed (finally?) at LOS ANGELES,CA,90009,US, then it arrived at Los Angeles,US, but then departed LOS ANGELES,UNITED STATES.


I'm not sure why the package got to spend the weekend on an extended tour of California, but hopefully that last one from last night is actually it departing for Canada....

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2 hours ago, QueenOfChalices said:

I received my dwarves this weekend.  For those curious here are some pictures of the surprise bonus model that I got:

Thanks for posting that.

Though I have to admit the difference in scale confuses me.

I wonder what Mike means it to be.

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Got mine and gone through them. They look great! Although, I am unfortunately missing a mini from one of the sets, the Female Dwarven Mechanist.


Regarding the mystery mini

My thinking is that she is a sort of young squire or apprentice to the blademaster.

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Mine arrived on Friday or Saturday but I couldn’t get to the mail until today. I am happy with my choices but I love my mystery mini. Pics in spoiler . . . 



Looks to be a female tiefling rogue. I usually am not drawn to tieflings but this one I like.





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