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This is not fair!

 

Another thing that suits my Lost World!

 

Are you guys trying to rob me?

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Pirates, and Jungles, and Snakemen, oh my!

 

 

I find the prospect of a set of hard plastic multi-part pirates, or snakemen for that matter, makes me very happy! :   

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I've only played one game myself. This looks interesting as well. Granted the rules are general enough that you could have put the game in a jungle setting just fine with no rule change if I remember correctly.

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is this going to be a kickstarter? or straight to retail???

 

heck, I haven't finished my warband yet, nevermind played a game......

 

(Though the statue that I did for a terrain piece will work even better in a jungle setting....)

Most likely will be a Nickstarter. (basically presales that get delivered a week before normal availability.
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These rules will focus more on superhuman "Heritors" rather than wizards it seems.    The author lays out the premise in this article on his blog:

Ghost Archipegelo.

 

This sounds pretty awesome, thanks for the link. I keep forgetting to drop by his blog to keep up with the Frostgrave news.
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