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I'm kind of surprised how many goblins they added for free! But these are really cool and would make excellent PC minis, actually. You got a bard, mage, rogue, paladin and fighter.

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2 minutes ago, YronimosW said:

I might end up selling the terrain, even though a part of me wants to keep it.  I have a pretty good feeling that there are plenty of good homes for it with people who want the terrain more than the figures, though, so I'm getting these things now - I think it'll be a win for everyone this way.


Like it's been said, the terrain is pretty good as a display background for photographing your minis. Especially Ravenholme is a pretty generic backdrop that should be useful. I don't love the drawbridge as a gameplay piece, but I could see it being vaguely useful as a backdrop piece.

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I like the goblin adventurers... something tells me the Pathfinder guys will fight Reaper over them, though, as they aren't very similar to the default Pathfinder style.  They look like fun to me, anyway :)


Oh, I agree on that terrain:  it's excellent stuff, and a large part of me doesn't want to part ways with it.  But, i just don't have that much storage space anymore, and at last I've got to admit to myself I have a problem:  five Kickstarters worth of minis, plus a ton from other sources, in a one-person apartment, and I've been telling myself "those boxes and chests of minis over there go to auction, some day" for over ten years without auctioning even one!  With this Kickstarter, I'll have minis coming in faster than I can hope to shift the ones I'm not using, unless I put my foot down now!


And yet, I suspect I won't do anything about it.  There's too much cool stuff, even if I'm not using it :lol:

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Ok, I'm tapped out. I've put in all that I can afford to for now. I'm also heading out to do some gaming. In the meantime, I'm gonna need all of you to ride this thing home for me.


>removes packet watch from pocket<


Keep your eyes on the watch.

>starts to spin watch<

See how it spins?

Listen to my voice

Keep watching it.

Focus all your energy on it.

You're starting to feel sleepy.


Now, go and pledge an extra $10.

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For anyone wanting a Flumph, does  Yog-Sothoth = Dire Flumph?


Also those Robo-kobolds look great. They need to be made available to everyone. Not just those people who live near Texas. 



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