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Oh wow, loving the wights! I got a question about the shadow dragon, not into the translucent thing, so for anyone who's worked with the translucent minis before, how much different is the plastic from Bones, can I just prime it an and paint over it? I'd be using Army Painter primer, which I've never had a problem with before. 


Now, for the haters, what are they saying is weak about the core set? It's supposed to be a basic foundation, with a decent variety, but that means not everything is going to appeal to everyone, but what the heck, you can always just break it down in the pledge manager later, right? Not sure what the issue is, unless they just expect Reaper to cater to their every whim.

6 minutes ago, ksbsnowowl said:

It's a SHIP!







32 inches of playable deck area.
37 inches with the bowspirit.
9 inches wide.


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2 minutes ago, Doug Sundseth said:


$50+++, I suspect. That's bigger than the full-sized Argent that Reaper couldn't produce during Bones 4. If it's only $50, I will be utterly shocked.

They said it would be the most expensive stretch goal ever.  Someone earlier said the Not-Tiamat was $60 in the KS, and retailed for $150, so I'm guessing it'll be more than $60.

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1 minute ago, Cyradis said:

Okay, someone is going to hate me for this.


Why is it so big? That's THREE FEET LONG. It isn't a mini if it is bigger than an baby.


I like it. But geebus. Where the bleep will I put it?


Dude! It's a ship. You live next to an ocean. Do I need to draw you a map?



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1 minute ago, Cyradis said:

Okay, someone is going to hate me for this.


Why is it so big? That's THREE FEET LONG. It isn't a mini if it is bigger than an baby.


Probably to keep it in scale-ish with typically sized minis? 


Ooo look at the weeny cannons on it! :wub:



--OneBoot :D 

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