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Warbot Defender 3 Pack Live On Fans Project Core

By Reluttr on Thursday, October 04, 2012



So just in case you guys didn't know. The warbot bonus pack is now live on FansProjectCore for 249.97 + shipping. In this set you get: Warbot Defender "pretty sure its a FPC Exclusive reissue",
Warbot Steel Core "FPC Exclusive reissue," and Warbot Assaulter. The number available is really limited. So if you missed out on Steel Core and/or Defender and want Assulter then you better hurry.

So just in case you guys didn't know. The warbot bonus pack is now live on FansProjectCore for 249.97 + shipping. In this set you get...

Warbot Defender "pretty sure its a FPC Exclusive reissue"
Warbot Steel Core "FPC Exclusive reissue"
Warbot Assaulter

The number available is really limited. So if you missed out on Steel Core and/or Defender and want Assulter then you better hurry.

One thing to watch out for... There is apparently a glitch on the FPC site that where after you complete your paypal payment you will be redirected to the page on FPC that originally took you to paypal and if you click "continue" on this page it will try to double bill you. If it does this and you already got a paypal reciept email, then just close the page and contact FPC's customer support via their website or through the payments email given on the paypal reciept. I know I and OptimalRodimus encountered this bug. However, I asked Peaugh about it via twitter and he claims he did NOT encounter this bug and the order is showing on his FPC account normally. So I am guessing the link to the "order complete" page is broke for some people.

I will update my post when FPC gets back to me, but at the moment my order IS NOT showing up on my FPC account, but the payment has went through on paypal.

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