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5 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

Sorry, I don’t  mean to disparage something you like, but stylistically and sizewise I don’t see anything in their selection that compares at the $100 price you suggested.

 

Of course we don’t  know what the actual price will be for Reapers ship, but I think it’s worth waiting for.

 

yeah, their frigate, for $100 is 13” x 5”. I think their galleon is the closest and it’s $300.
 

4 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

They haven’t said anything about the material being used.

 

I’m wondering if the manufacturer they use has a plastic injection machine that will fit something that is almost 3 feet long.

They can break it down into parts.

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I just measureed the shelf that my still boxed Ma'al Drakar is on... It's only 30".... My dining room table is 46"... :blink: This is a really... really... really... big boat... 

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27 minutes ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

A 3 foot long mini, is just way too big for anything for me.

 

Look at it as an alternative gaming table..

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At 4' x 14' I have not trouble putting it on the table.  It would even fit on my deep winter table (the one farthest from the windows.)

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32 minutes ago, Crowley said:

 

 

I just measureed the shelf that my still boxed Ma'al Drakar is on... It's only 30".... My dining room table is 46"... :blink: This is a really... really... really... big boat... 


Gonna need a bigger shark....

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Okay, it looks to me that the Rune Wights are not "zombiefied", that they could be painted up as regular Vikings, does it appear like that from the renders to anyone else?

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1 minute ago, Corsair said:

Okay, it looks to me that the Rune Wights are not "zombiefied", that they could be painted up as regular Vikings, does it appear like that from the renders to anyone else?

 

 

I agree.  I was trying to study the photo last night to see if I could see anything particularly "undead" about them.  All I could think was possible the eyes being a little more sunken, but it's hard to tell from the photo as most of their eyes are in shadow.

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4 minutes ago, Corsair said:

Okay, it looks to me that the Rune Wights are not "zombiefied", that they could be painted up as regular Vikings, does it appear like that from the renders to anyone else?

 

I believe I saw an earlier pic in the enthusiasm thread we had before and there one could clearly see the zombie smiles.

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1 hour ago, Mckenna35 said:

 

I'm only in for the core box amount right now.  Got a couple of other KS going right now so it's looking like an expensive month.  Much as I'd like to up it, it'll probably wait till later in the PM for that.

Pretty much the same here.  Got a few bills, a shipping bill forthcoming, and this and that, so additions will definitely be pledge manager for me. 

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I think my (first?) ship is going to have to be The Blarney Cock (from Swashbuckler, the bestest pirate movie in the history of ever). :poke:

 

NB: The Blarney Cock was played by The Golden Hinde in the movie.

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