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11 minutes ago, Gadgetman! said:

I think the 24th has been mentioned in an email?

 I can confirm, I received that mail.

 

I like the minis, but I've stopped backing physical KS, I only back STL based KS now.

Since Signum has a 3D STL Patreon I was hoping they would include files but it seems these are only physical.

So I'm out.

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6 hours ago, SamuraiJack said:

I'm sure these will make it to patreon eventually

 

 

I don't follow Signum super close, but I thought some of the minis that were originally sold as resin skipped patreon and went straight to their MMF store.

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10 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

In for an Early Bird All In, mostly because I'm weak and those minis are just beautiful 

 

Also, Fennec fox kitsune!

 

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... Insert random jibberish that probably sounds like swearing here. 

 

Ya just haaaad to mention a fennec, didn't you. 

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Wish these weren't so pricey per mini.  They look really nice and they are sizable but still, cost may be more than I can afford.

 

But, sigh, they are beautiful and my son is a huge fan of kitsune so I cracked and got in before the early bird closed.  I have no will power against minis...

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