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Hello everyone. I am pleased to announce the launch of Stars Reach spaceship miniatures on Kickstarter.

 

Stars Reach spaceship miniatures are designed by Twilight Game Designs TJ. I am managing the Kickstarter for them (including promotion and pledge management).

 

Twilight Game Designs is offering three new fleets that can be used in games such as 5150 Star Navy by Two Hour Wargames, Squadron Strike by Ad Astra Games, Starmada by Majestic Twelve Games, and more. The three fleets are: the Koreth Imperium, the Trazari Colonies, and the Human Commonwealth.

 
Stars Reach spaceship miniatures will be cast in pewter in the USA. Production and fulfillment will be provided by Acheson Creations. This Kickstarter is live now and will end at 10:00pm EST on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Follow the link and pledge today! The universe is counting on you!
 
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/twilightgamedesigns/stars-reach-space-ship-miniatures

 

Please spread the word and feel free to ask me questions here or on the Kickstarter project page.

- Bryan

 

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We're approaching the final 48 hours! Two Hour Wargames is now tossing in a free PDF copy of 5150 Navy Stars rules for use with the Stars Reach minis. With any luck at least another stretch goal or two will unlock before the project closes on Sunday at 10pm Eastern.

- Bryan

 

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Happy Saturday! I'm pleased to announce that Stretch Goal #2 is now unlocked and everyone pledging at least $55 (Commodore level) will receive their choice of either one Battle Cruiser (BC) or one Carrier (CV) per fleet box for free!

This additional reward option is of course paired with the free Heavy Cruiser (CA) from Stretch Goal #1 and complimentary 5150 Star Navy PDF.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/twilightgamedesigns/stars-reach-space-ship-miniatures
 
We've got about 32 hours remaining in this campaign so tell your friends and let's get that last Stretch Goal unlocked!!

- Bryan

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