Knight of the Dinner Table

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Dungeon Scenery & Anthropomorphic miniatures 28mm (Johnny Lauck)

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Some nice stuff here (interesting stretch goals and add-ons). Now if

- I had more money

- this was Euro-friendly or at least shipping was not $20 (I totally understand that there are costs shipping to Europe, but our customs officials calculate the fees we have to pay on the worth of the shipment - including shipping costs)

 

I'd probably not make my will-roll (especially as Johnny as far as I know delivers fast).

 

Even as things stand, if I find $50 somewhere, I'll be in ...

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I'm already in. I've been wanting to get my hands on some dead animals. 

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I've backed two of his KS and was quite pleased with the timely delivery. Sorry to hear it will be his last.

$100 pledge level gets you two of each anthro and three of each SG, even if not unlocked.

And, if you think you have too many dungeon dressing...

 

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Keeping an eye on this one. The anthros are nice, but the drones and bots have also got my attention. 

 

 

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Dungeon furniture always tends to catch my eye, but some of the rest of this also looks useful. Gonna have to think on this one.

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I got the Salvage Crew from one of his earlier Kickstarters.  It's a useful assortment of postapocalyptic / Shadowrun / spaceport / sci fi mooks and characters.  The quality is a little Old School, but fun nonetheless.

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It's already past it's 3rd stretch goal. 

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I've always loved Johnny's stuff, so I'm in.  It's a pity that he's getting out of the miniatures game completely once this KS ships - a lot of people are gonna miss him.

 

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On 4/30/2017 at 9:56 PM, Egg of Coot said:

I've always loved Johnny's stuff, so I'm in.  It's a pity that he's getting out of the miniatures game completely once this KS ships - a lot of people are gonna miss him.

 

The Egg

 

It is sad to see him leave the business but everyone has to retire at sometime and it is wise of him to know the time has come for him.

 

One thing about this KS is that it really is a great chance for people to get a huge amount of items from this and his past KS.

 

I hope people look at all the extra items you can add-on and get in this his last KS.

 

I like this Victims in Spike traps add-on but I have to be honest when I first scrolled past them, I asked myself "why are there dead people on chocolate chip cookies?" 

 

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37 minutes ago, kodiakbear said:

I like this Victims in Spike traps add-on but I have to be honest when I first scrolled past them, I asked myself "why are there dead people on chocolate chip cookies?" 

 

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Because chocolate chip cookies are the bane of many a gamer.

 

*looks at the half eaten bag of chocolate chip cookies eaten just before reading this post*



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Yeah, the $20 in shipping is annoying... 

But it's the same as what Reaper charges me unless I buy enough to get free shipping.($70, I think)

I'm in at $45(+$20)

 

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Nice looking minis. Curiously, it's the add-ons that interest me the most.

 

Those mini-bots and Salvage Crew look like a perfect fit for a game of Paranoia.

 

EDIT: Put in on my "Remind me later" list.

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I'm buying mostly add-ons. I need to stock up on some of those wall candles (or torches haven't decided) so I can stick them on my DF walls. 

 

I've found post tack is excellent at sticking two bits of terrain to each other temporarily. I have tried it on the DF painted with the DF paints and left them like that for months, and it still peeled off without damaging the paint. 

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Was tempted by the catfolk despite being in the middle of unloading all the rest my junk. Dat archer.

 

All his stuff I've gotten has been on the smaller scale but pretty rad.

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