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#15660
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
I hope not, but I'd like to know in order to start thinking about how many I would order. The limited edition nature of the Den of Evil has limited how much I'm willing to buy because I don't want to invest too much in a set that may not get enough support in the future. Depending on what the Mystery Set turned out to be, having it be limited edition would either affect my buying negatively, or have no effect. I'm probably not going to decide whether and how many to order until I see what this set turns out to be, but I'm still curious to know if it will be limited edition.
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#15661
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
Nope...it is not a limited edition set. It would be criminal. Thanks for asking! Good question.
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#15662
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
It would be criminal.
I wonder if that's a clue.

A gaol?
Thieves Den?
Ken Lay's house in Aspen (too soon?)

Come on! In honor of your new daughter, spill already!!!

:)
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#15663
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
That's a cheap shot Yukon ;) (but nice try)
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62 sets and counting. In addition, a boatload of individual pieces or sets of pieces.
 
#15664
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
It would be criminal.
I wonder if that's a clue.

A gaol?
Thieves Den?
Ken Lay's house in Aspen (too soon?)

Come on! In honor of your new daughter, spill already!!!

:)

I think he has it, it is a barred playpen and crib set...

Then again, maybe the play on words is the "mystery set" and we are getting a jail/investigator's office/scotland yard... Aaagghhh... beware of those who play with words...
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#15665
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
Wait, it's coming to me. In response to the Den of Evil, Dwarven Forge will be releasing... the Beaver's Den!

Yes, the mystery is revealed! Adventurers must steel themselves to face the fury of the Beaver as they enter its hideous lair.

The nefarious Dire Beaver of Doom has a massive den that blocks the River Styx. This Beaver built his home from, not from logs and tree limbs, but from the bodies and bones of adventurers. Their souls are still bound within the walls, writhing in endless torment.

Yes, it's the Dam of the Damned.

Say, now that I think of it, the Beaver aside, the rest sounds pretty cool. ;)
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#15666
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
No, it's the Living Room of Good & Niceness! The walls are covered with flowering vines and cherubs, the floors have smiling faces, and the doors are always open.

But beware the Comfy Chair and the Soft Pillow -- many a weary adventurer has sat down to rest, never to rise again...
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#15667
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
For true horror, you still can't beat... the Frathouse of the Living Dead! Yes, beer stains (and worse) on the carpets, pinups of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, and a keg of something that you really don't want to drink in the living room.

The sofa holds genuine treasure ($1.87 in loose change under the cushions), and the secret door opens to reveal the dean waiting with a pop quiz.

Zombie toga party sold separately.
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#15668
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
These are all great ideas....perhaps in 2007 we can do a limited edition piece...he,he,he.....I wonder if KODT has done any of these themes...
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#15669
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
Sorry guys, but I think jackattack has the prize for scariest room!

See ya!

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#15670
Is the Mystery Set a limited edition set like DoE? 8 Years, 3 Months ago  
Ken Lay's house in Aspen (too soon?)
With limited edition zombies for pre-orders?


I guess that was in bad taste, wasn't it?
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