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Yeah, they've confirmed they're pre-painted. I'll pass.

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Pretty easy to strip and paint fresh.

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Looks like if enough of us begged, they might be able to arrange something for an unpainted version; at least, that's what they imply.

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Pretty easy to strip and paint fresh.

Depends on the kind of paint and plastic. Some pre-paints are easy to strip, some (like Heroclix) need acetone and a steady hand, and some can't be stripped without melting the mini.

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I'd be interested in unpainted terrain. Not so sure about the game. I haven't seen many details on it, and as far as Conan goes (thematically) I went all-in on Monolith's Conan, and I have Ares' Age of Conan (which seems a little less thematic).

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Any more news about this project?

 

 

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Just saw on Facebook, the official relaunch of the Kickstarter will be June 13 @12:00 noon EDT 

 

At these pledge levels, I think I'll save my money for Bones IV. 

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6 minutes ago, hdclearman said:

At these pledge levels, I think I'll save my money for Bones IV. 

 

Yep, same.  Its a shame because some of the Reaper terrain they advertised would have been worth it, but $150 for a minimum pledge for a product that may or may not be "good" is a bit steep.  

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To expensive, pre-painted ... nothing for me.

And looks like I cannot add the terrain without getting a base pledge of $150?

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I'm sad the terrain is resin rather than Bones (though I understand why).

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59 minutes ago, hdclearman said:

At these pledge levels, I think I'll save my money for Bones IV. 

 

Yah I was all in for some of the army figures, like the war mammoth or the giant snake & especially the terrain. Prices "out-priced" this time. 150 for a Core set....ouch!

 

Hopefully, maybe down the road, the terrain could become Bones as I really like the elephant statue & the temple.

 

Just seen on their facebook page the entire game has been posted on drivethru. So if your curious about the game iteself, beats paying 150+

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Will keep an eye on this. Not much in the game I am interested in, and defiantely not for $150 or $300... but maybe a couple add ons only... The human figures at $15 each seem high for non collectible pre-painted minis. But the Oliphant and War Rhino are a maybe...

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