FAQ: Iron Clays & Spades
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Help! I'm confused by the Upgrade Paths!

We’ve created a quick How-To video to explain how to navigate setting up your Upgrade Path. You can access it here:


But here’s a quick overview of what they are, and how they work:

All of the 200 and 400 count sets of Iron Clays normally ship with a standard, recommended distribution of chip denominations (the ones in the pictures on the main campaign page).

For those who already have some chips and don’t want to buy them again, we’re giving you the option of having 200 or 400 count sets shipped that contain ONLY the denominations you need to fill out the recommended set; you can supply the rest from your own sets or games of Brass to fill in the rest.

(Note that for some off these Upgrade Paths, this will result in you having some chips left over.)

Last updated: August 01, 2019 10:22

My country isn't listed in the shipping zones, can I still make a pledge?

Unfortunately, no.

We deeply regret this. But the unfortunate reality is that over the last three campaigns Roxley has fulfilled (Brass, Dice Throne, and Santorini), we have run into too many logistical problems in some areas - tracking issues, extreme delays, customs snafus, and damaged shipments. Fully two thirds of our customers in Brazil had their pledges turned away at the border, for reasons that have never been 100% explained to us. And any time customers in these zones have needed support after the fact, due to missing, damaged, or defective games or parts, they’ve had to wait weeks to receive something from Canada or the USA.

Roxley aspires to give all of our backers excellent customer service, and it has been impossible to give that to backers in these zones, which we feel is insulting to people who are not only supporting us and making what we do possible, but are paying exorbitant shipping costs to do so.

We continue to seek solutions for these problems, and thank you for your patience and understanding.

(One possible exception is if you use a freight forwarder that has an address in a country we can deliver to.)

Last updated: June 10, 2019 13:09

I'm concerned about the possibility of shipping damage.

We anticipated this concern, and we’ve been planning for it from the beginning. Dedicated shippers are being constructed specifically for the wooden boxes; they will be extremely well protected (this has a side benefit of speeding up processing a bit when the fulfillment centers receive their shipments).

In the unlikely event that yours arrives with damage of some kind, please document this with a picture of the issue and the packaging, and contact us with those. We want you to be happy with what you have ordered, and we will work with you to find the best solution for you.

Last updated: June 10, 2019 13:09

Can we order Brass (or other Roxley games) as an add-on?

No - but the good news is that you don’t need to!

Our games, including Kickstarter Deluxe versions of Brass can already be ordered directly from roxley.com. Brass: Lancashire is in stock in most areas; Birmingham stock is on the way and is expected in September of this year. (Santorini is the exception; distribution of this is handled by Spin Master, but it is widely available in game, toy, and hobby stores worldwide.)

Last updated: August 01, 2019 10:26

Shipping Updates
For the most up-to-date information about the status of our project, check our project updates on Kickstarter!

Current Estimated Shipping Date: January 2020

Last Updated At: 07/17/19
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