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Boss Monster kickstarter... its not minis though

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Heres a kickstarter that im in for $30 +$10 shipping which isnt over yet!

 

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Boss Monster! A card game based off ol school RPGs (OD&D) and retro video games! 2-4 players. They have raised $116,000 (well passed goal) you can pick up the game for $20.

 

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Seems you guys arnt to hype on this but i thought id post one last time.

 

24 hours left they have raised $190,000+. I am super stoked on this kickstarter and you should be to! :P

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