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Offline RawGoo

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Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« on: January 14, 2018, 05:58:32 AM »
I killed a 2010 Halloween sealed pack this morning, and pulled #432, the bottom right corner puzzle piece from Starbeast.  Hopefully someone here is looking for this, or knows someone who is.


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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2018, 07:19:58 PM »
I killed a 2010 Halloween sealed pack this morning, and pulled #432, the bottom right corner puzzle piece from Starbeast.  Hopefully someone here is looking for this, or knows someone who is.



I own the Starbeast card.  Was this title made into an actual 9 piece puzzle at some point?

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2018, 07:58:18 PM »

Yes it was, I think it was a total of 6 possible puzzles based on the number of sketch cards.

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2018, 08:44:23 PM »
I own the Starbeast card.  Was this title made into an actual 9 piece puzzle at some point?

Here is a scan of my completed 6 piece puzzle as an example.

 

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2018, 02:12:00 AM »
Here is a scan of my completed 6 piece puzzle as an example.

 


I seem to recall that Brad also managed to assemble 6 sketches for a full Starbeast puzzle.  I'm curious - are all of your sketches numbered sequentially?  And, is it possible that the piece I pulled (#432) might better match one of the previously completed puzzles?

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2018, 12:50:43 PM »
I seem to recall that Brad also managed to assemble 6 sketches for a full Starbeast puzzle.  I'm curious - are all of your sketches numbered sequentially?  And, is it possible that the piece I pulled (#432) might better match one of the previously completed puzzles?

I used my scanned images and cut and pasted just the puzzle together... shown below. So you can tell they are not 6 pieces from the same exact puzzle. Mine are numbered 051, 136,  220, 327, 369, and 495 from top left to bottom right. Since none of them are within 6 numbers of one another, they were either numbered randomly with the other sketches, or I managed to get 6 pieces from 6 different puzzles.
Kudos to Neil however... they match up pretty well considering he hand drew the different puzzles of this title. 





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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2018, 05:57:36 PM »
Perhaps Neil could chime in and tell us if the 6 card puzzles were drawn with consecutive numbers.

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2018, 07:09:24 PM »

 I have a completed Starbeast and Tootsie Troll puzzle with extra sketch cards . The starbeast numbers I have in my puzzle ( matched up the best) are
178, 93, 8, 474,411, and 306. I will have to look at the extras.

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #8 on: January 16, 2018, 12:10:39 PM »
Perhaps Neil could chime in and tell us if the 6 card puzzles were drawn with consecutive numbers.

I would like to know that as well. Like you, I thought there were 6 of each puzzle (StarBeast and Tootsie Troll). Between Campy, you and I, we account for sketch numbers: 008, 051, 093, 136, 178, 220, 306, 327, 369, 411, 432, 474, 495

So this is 13 of the 36 Star Beast puzzle sketches. The closest together are  306/327  and  411/432  and 474/495... each 21 apart. So it doesn't appear they were consecutively numbered or we would have seen several closer together. In fact, it looks as if they were deliberately spaced apart.  I can see wiley Neil doing this   :]  So in my mind, the "real" question is whether there is any way to tell which sets of 6 puzzle pieces go together, if at all. Wouldn't it be a hoot if Neil just drew six different sketches of each position piece and there are no true sets of six? 

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2018, 01:21:13 PM »
Throwing out a thought, haven't looked at the images to check, but maybe there are 5 of each puzzle, each one containing 6 cards numbered 0## or 1## or 2## or 3 ## or 4##?

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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #10 on: January 16, 2018, 01:47:07 PM »
Throwing out a thought, haven't looked at the images to check, but maybe there are 5 of each puzzle, each one containing 6 cards numbered 0## or 1## or 2## or 3 ## or 4##?


Interesting thought. Maybe Campy can post the numbers of some more of his extra sketch puzzle pieces and/or Neil will step in and enlighten us.
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Re: Halloween 2010 sketch card - Starbeast puzzle piece
« Reply #11 on: January 16, 2018, 03:56:46 PM »

Interesting thought. Maybe Campy can post the numbers of some more of his extra sketch puzzle pieces and/or Neil will step in and enlighten us.

I wish I could remember what the formula was but that was a long time ago (in a galaxy far, far away)! But I might have some notes on it somewhere. If I find anything, I'll certainly post it here. In the meantime, let's hope Mark can help with additional numbers.

 

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