Reaper Plastics

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Re: Reaper Plastics

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The paints are a heck of a deal too- I may pick some of those up as well.
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3.4 million!! Every Vampire level pledge topped out at 240 (!!!) models. There were 16,475 people who got in at the Vampire level before the campaign closed. So just for the those pledges with NO extras added, (and you know plenty of people added on some of the extras,) that means Reaper has to cast up 3,954,000 minis!!! :-o So let's say that with all the extras plus non-Vampire pledge levels Reaper in the next six months needs to cast north of 5 million miniatures! THAT is a truly EPIC task.
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Not the best pic(phone camera) but there's 2 bones and 2 metals in the picture.
kobolds bones.jpg
And a box full of Bones the Reaper graciously donated to me to host a paint and take at the library I work at
paintntake bones.jpg
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I missed most of Saturday afternoon, but I heard it was just crazy. Glad I can still add a few things if I want to when the pledge manager comes online. And thanks for the pics Imp!
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You guys are making me want to cry.
I had to make a "grown up" decision and not support the thing.
Me so sad.


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MagickalMemories wrote:You guys are making me want to cry.
I had to make a "grown up" decision and not support the thing.
Me so sad.


Eric
same here. I could only afford to throw in for the $15, 36 kobolds and rats level. Really wanted to throw $200 at it, but that probably would have gotten me a divorce......
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I took the $100 package with a $40 top up for some cool stuff--Zombie and Clockwork Dragons, at least.

It looks like you'll be able to add stuff post facto, so if there is anything specific you want, let me know.

Also, I would like to take this moment to castigate Games Workshop.

This is what the Finecast launch should have been like--excitement, reduced costs per fig, and community involvement.
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I couldn't agree more about GW. Of course, I've always thought Reaper was a real class act. Glad I could support them a little bit. Now, how are they going to sculpt (where necessary), mold, produce, and ship probably more than 5 million miniatures in the next 7 months? If they pull this off, I'll be super impressed all over again.
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