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12 Realms, Fairytale boardgame for 1-6 players. They have a $20 pledge level to get one of the minis unpainted with a couple of dice and related character cards, postage is included for that cost.


The main box as it stands is very miniature light, Just 4 pre-painted castles with a character miniature for each of the realms in future stretch goals being added to the $95 level, which also includes a couple of dice rings BUT in update 4 after a few comments it looks like they are considering an option to put more minis in the box and have them unpainted, which obviously is something I would personally prefer. The designs for the minis look nice but they are just 3D sculpts at the moment, no physical copies that I've seen to confirm the quality, but hey! Kitty Cat Robin Hood!







If anyone knows the company any info would be appreciated, i've not come across MAGE company before.

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I quite like Snow White because you could slice off the animals and turn her into a nice fantasy arisotcrat. I'm always looking for minis that 1. aren't carrying weapons and 2. aren't obviously spellcasters to use as kidnapped people and such for RPG encounters.


Not sure I'd be prepared to chip in $20 for a single mini and some dice I'd never use though.


Edit: Actually never mind. 35mm is likely far too big to scale with Reaper. I don't want my damsel in distress towering over my heroes.

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More minis have been mentioned for if it goes past the current stretch goals. There are going to be figures for the Dark Lords and a Ghost Galleon terrainpiece in 40mm to go along with the Castles and Inn.


I hope that Pirate Crab gets a mini.....

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There are a couple of weeks left on this. The Crab is an optional add-on for $12 as a Kickstarter exclusive




There are three stretch goals left for miniatures of dark lords to be added into the $80+ levels.








and $90K


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Man I really want to back this. My kids would probably love the heck out of this game! I need to sweet-talk my lady into permission for this one, it would be so freaking fun to paint these minis ::D:. Fortunately I have the ol' income tax return bullet to try one final volley into her "sensible spending" ship.

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