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go on then I'll manage the thread for this which actually looks quite impressive (although as I generally don't do scenery or terrain I won't be pledging unless something special comes up),

although July looks pretty crowded already with a fair number of big projects (CMON's Game of Thrones, Petersen Games Cthulhu Wars: Onslaught 3)

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I'll give it a look see to find out if it's plastic or something else easy to work with. If it's resin, nope.

 

ETA--that is to say, I'm going to be looking at it very critically either way, but if it's that awful greasy resin crap, well......

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1 hour ago, Knight of the Dinner Table said:

Thanks, but definitely no thanks. I still have not all my miniatures from their last Kickstarter (which promised March 2016 shipping originally). And what I got is in some parts an unusable, inferior product.

 

1 hour ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

They were such a mess in tgg2 that as far as I am concerned they have lost kickstarter/preorder privileges. 

 

Yeah. Not going anywhere near this. So many kickstarters from companies that have actually delivered good. As it stands I am still debating just trying to dump all my tgg2 stuff on eBay. 

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No thanks. Loud'n Raging moved all of the TTG2 updates to their own site (where they don't approve comments), and they have made a grand total of one comment in the kickstarter comments since October 2016 (to correct a link to their off site update). I'll save my cash for the upcoming Hasslefree pledge manager and more Bones... or a new computer. This one is just about dead.

 

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Those cathedrals look dangerously (and unnecessarily) tall.  I can see someone leaning in to move a mini and getting one of those pointy bits straight up the nose.  Pegasus make a great series of gothic buildings.  I love them.


Also this will have early birds.  Major turn off.

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I may look to see if they have any interesting pieces to pick up at retail.

 

Also, for the large thing... I don't think I would ever have enough space ot store it. 

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Some of the add-ons seem useful. The main stuff seems outside my needs for a variety of reasons. Storage could also pose an issue when my terrain is 90% Dwarven Forge now. (The Terraclips and TerrainLinx stuff just doesn't see the table very often any more...except the grass tiles).

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I'm to cheap to pay that amount of money for some pretty cardboard.

 

Also, I'm not very impressed by the 'get it now, before it's gone forever' marketing gimmick.<_<

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