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Got my pledge in today of the Adventurers and Orcs.  Great sculpts and casts as always.  After nearly a decade of backing their projects, got my first mispack...two Tielfling Geomancers instead of the Tengu Rogue.  Messaged them and there's already tracking info for a package heading my way....great customer service!

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On 12/31/2020 at 2:44 AM, Lidless Eye said:

Got my pledge in today of the Adventurers and Orcs.  Great sculpts and casts as always.  After nearly a decade of backing their projects, got my first mispack...two Tielfling Geomancers instead of the Tengu Rogue.  Messaged them and there's already tracking info for a package heading my way....great customer service!


Received the replacement Tengu Rogue yesterday, I just want to repeat how happy I am with their customer service.

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10 hours ago, Rob Dean said:

 

The pieces all look great...any idea where I look to figure out where the wings go?

 I googled it and managed to find a picture (Unfortunately the one I found is a strange file type so I can't attach it). The wings were actually backwards of how I expected them to go, so I may leave them off

 

 

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