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By participating in this campaign you fully accept the Terms and Conditions - as stated in the Risks and Challenges section - in their entirety.

Depending on the amount of orders received for each project, delivery dates might vary. The initial shipment dates indicated are not final, and even though we're committed to giving all our customers the best service we can, sometimes the amount of orders received might make the final shipment date vary compared to our initial estimates. Please keep this possibility in mind before placing your order.

Regarding both the bundles and the stretch goals described above, no swaps of model of any kind are allowed. Therefore, please don’t ask us to swap any stretch goal with other add-ons or any perk models with other miniatures, because that cannot be done.

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 Wait a minute… the estimated delivery time is after only three months? A Greebo campaign?!

Oh yes, and here’s why: We’ve started production already! We’re convinced that we can at least reach the main campaign goal, which is why we started the whole manufacturing process. Therefore, the second you complete your Pledge Manager (let us remind you, if you don’t complete it, there will be no shipment, so do it!) your package will be processed and sent, as simple as that.

We want to open and close this campaign in a record time, and we’re confident that we can do it!

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 To follow, we would like to demonstrate to you how our renderings are identical to what you will receive:

 The top image is the digital 3D rendering of the piece, the bottom one is a photo of the actual miniature you will get.

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