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  1. I got it mostly for the minis, and the minis look pretty good. Some are quite mediocre, some are quite nice. Overall, for the minis alone, not bad for $100 (plus probably $50 in shipping). The board game... it'll probably be a few years until I get around to playing it.
  2. While a ways out, they do have another Kickstarter coming Spring 2021 - "The Kingpin of Dunkeldorf". I don't remember if they sell / include deals for minis of past Kickstarters as options in the pledge manager, but they do have the 1st set of minis on their site for sale and surely will have this set on there in the future. If I recall correctly, linking the store is against the forum rules, but they have the full set available for 649 DKK (~$106 USD) for 17 minis, 3 animals, and 10 minor accessories/items. Still a very good deal. I'm only acting a shill since the Dunkeldorf minis
  3. As delicious as they may look, I recommend against eating them.
  4. I give in. I have zero expectations of being interested in the game itself, but I like the minis. I do have some friends who are big fans of Darkest Dungeon, so who knows, maybe they'll want to play. After all, enough excitement can make most any game fun to play a few times. I'm sure I'll regret my decision after Bones 5 arrives and become inundated in minis, but that's a problem for next year.
  5. Just got mine. Haven't assembled anything yet, but they look to be appropriately sized and sized as advertised. Casting quality looks absolutely awesome. The Mountain Troll's shield... ohh baby, delicious. Absolutely would back them again. Wishing I got some of those giants now.
  6. Just got my 3 dice, far before the Jan 2021 delivery estimate. The quality, weight, size, etc are all as good as advertised. Even came in their own nifty bags, internally lined in the corresponding color. No idea about their durability, but they feel like they'll hold up decently - far better than the poor table you use them on. Definitely worth it. Would absolutely back them again, if nothing else than for being the smoothest expectation-exceeding Kickstarter I've ever seen.
  7. You're not the only one, hah. I have a tendency to not really think much ahead of time and just start slapping on paint. So I took a glance and thought, "huh, must be a vine with rocks on it." It wasn't until I was nearly done did I actually stop and think, "why would huge rocks be attached to the vine?" Maybe it was supposed to be a wind effect, the rocks swirling around with it and causing his cloak to billow? I'm almost curious enough to email the sculptor and ask.
  8. Miniature is Pannocchia the Archmage from Greebo Games
  9. Wait... did you print that on the CR-6?! If that is from a FDM printer and not resin, then consider my mind thoroughly blown.
  10. Those are awesome looking! Good luck! Seeing the "Rotten Circus" set makes me wonder if it would be a good tie-in with the recently-launched Heckna! 5e campaign kickstarter. Could be worth reaching out to them. I too missed it at first. Turns out it's right there at the top in the subtitle - resin. Probably worth re-iterating in the body since it is quite easy to miss.
  11. A CMON project shipping only 1 month after estimated?? Impossible!
  12. Yes. Absolutely yes. Didn't even bother really looking at the description - the theme alone is enough for me to back it. I have enough "typical fantasy" supplements already, and can really use something different. And of course, have to back at the highest level for those popcorn dice.
  13. I've always shied away from these insane-quality 75mm models. With their size, quality, and price, they really deserve more time and effort than I am usually willing to put into a single mini. But... good god, those are amazing. Having Goron thrown in there at the Master pledge level makes it too tempting to pass up.
  14. Wow, huge kudos to whoever painted the tiles/minis in the sample images (first ones in the Kickstarter page)!
  15. Most likely black walnut, medium, topper, and a few cup holders and component thingies. Looks like it'll probably cost a little under $4k in the end, which isn't too bad.
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