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  1. Me too ... there simply comes a point when there are so many great minis to choose from, that choosing 12 (or 18) has become difficult.
  2. The whole package including stretch goals at that price is very tempting.
  3. Awesome minis, but a bit too expensive for me to justify.
  4. Never backed a Cthulhu project before ... don't have anything ... guess I'm in ;)
  5. Too many for my taste, even for CMON.
  6. Haven't played the game often. Campaign mode (which was the most intriguing aspect) was not good. Minis were great. CMON has done a LOT over the last couple of months / years to alienate backers like me (the way they dealt with shipping costs, the way they communicated (not), the lukewarm offers of many of the recent projects that could only be turned around after they made the offer a lot better). Add to that the fact that I'm not yet convinced that they are financially healthy (which means that even if MD 2 is a great offer, great minis ... I feel there is a risk of not getting what is offered ... or getting it a LOT later). I'll probably pass.
  7. If they are talking about Tainted Grail: I'm still waiting and probably will be waiting for quite some more time for the mounted heroes ... that's why I said "not fully shipped". Base game, maybe some other stuff, but not fully. So people are still waiting for Tainted Grail (at least some of the things, estimated delivery was August 2019), Etherfields (not even remotely close to shipping as far as I can see) and Great Wall.
  8. Well ... if at least one of their last three projects had already been fully shipped, I might have considered.
  9. Ouch ... pirates and normal ships (even airships) I have ... but Nemo ... oh yeah.
  10. Does it help when I say I've backed a number of his projects and all were quickly delivered and were as great as they looked?
  11. I have been reading books written by English-speaking authors, playing (computer) games made by English-speaking companies for decades in English (despite my native language being German) for exactly that reason. I don't know if it has become better in the last couple of years ... but the original AD&D (or was it D&D) edition in German translated "torch" not as "Fackel" (which would be the correct translation of torch in a medieval setting), but "Taschenlampe" (which is "flashlight"). That's just one example and it proves your point: you need somebody with gaming experience. Add to that that sometimes correct translations even take away from the plausibility of an event in a story (somebody says "flight" and the other person misunderstands that as "fight" - in English very possible. In German it's "Flucht" und "Kampf" - how can you misunderstand that?).
  12. I ... don't play Sci Fi ... I don't need Sci Fi ... (I have just started a subscription for Warhammer Conquest to paint something other than fantasy minis ...) ... I ... well, maybe a smallish ... tinyish Raiding Party?
  13. I do like what I'm seeing, but ... - a bit expensive (ok, lots of stuff in it, too) - 3-4 outstanding Kickstarters? - situation with Time of Legends 1.5 still not resolved? I'm afraid (my wallet is not), I'll probably pass here ...
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