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This looks interesting. It's a roleplaying game from Modiphius with some mini options as well.

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The early stretch goals:

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These minis look to be characters for adventurers. Makes sense, but hopefully they will have some monster minis unlock as well, it's gotta be hard to find decent proxies for martian critters.

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Looks like some neat character sculpts there!

  However, if you're in the market for some Barsoom critters, and don't want to wait, chck out Bronze Age Miniatures' Sci-Fi range...

 

 

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TinMan Miniatures has some nice Barsoomian minis as well, I backed their ks years ago and have several.

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I got my Infinity core book, so I'll look at this one.  However, the landscape presentation is a big turn off for me.  Or have they changed that now?

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Already a post on this. Have to say I am interested but too much strain on my budget right now.

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