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Musn't forget the Judwan assassin! Wrath has been unlocked, I like the concept art but haven't had time to read the flavour text so not fully sure why he's bad. Looking good though, enforcers with breaching shields and high calliber shotguns? Can I get a hell yes?

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I'm planning on dropping my $140 early bird. First to PM me and I'll set up a time to coordinate the drop. Looks like a great game, just bad timing for me.


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I am hoping for some FF and Asterian boosters, but i suppose as they were extra to the inital 4 factions we will have to wait a while (or pledge more). The $50 add ons at BOGOF seem excellent value.

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Well, last few hours. I'm in for $400. I went double strike team and booster bundles. Because I'm stupid and probably on my way to being a minis hoarder.


I hear that they might be doing a full on Warpath kickstarter later this year. And there might be another Sedition Wars KS (or they might go straight to retail) for their Arms of Sorrow followup. Damn it.

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@ burnsides. Warpath KS might not be this year (but don't hold me to that). There were hints dropped at the open day that suggested that they might do another KS to push vehicles. These should be hard plastic kits and fully useable for Warpath ::D: . Warpath will almost certainly get its own KS, and we are hoping for hard plastic troops (grunts). Thye have already posted a trial army list for the Plague in Warpath on their blog.

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Alright, going over the numbers, and with the sweet new BOGO offers on the faction boosters, I'm officially pledged for $71. That is $50 for the Rebs and Forge Fathers Booster Sets (27 minis) + $5 for Shipping + $16 for Oberon and Survivor.


After release, I figure starters will be fairly inexpensive (roughly the cost they are in the KS), and the rules for the game won't be hard to come by. The only thing I'm contemplating now is whether I want the $50 Asterians and Forge Fathers starters (because it's a decent value) or to just keep my costs down now.

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True enough. I will look at the stuff I really want. I know I can get the FF faction starter free with Strike Team, which is kind of a big thing.


I think I'll look at my current KSes I have going and see what I can cut. I am on a really tight budget, so money spent here doesn't get spent elsewhere :;):

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Okay, after some fat trimming on some board games that I can wait until retail release for (and which will probably be just as discounted then as on the KS), I'm now back at Strike Team with a BOGO Faction Booster Set. $198.


Plus, I still would like to use the terrain for the Robotech game for some interesting Zentraedi ship interiors. All of the freebie single character minis tipped me over though. I hadn't looked at that graphic in a while and it was just too much not to get.

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