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Someone posted some of these sculpts before, I remember making fun of them because they have picket fences on their shoulders for some reason. ::):


Still, the renders they have are beautiful, I love the fact that both male and female figures look powerful and aggressive. The first production sample of the really large female troll looks great, and I think she'd be amazing assembled and painted, even if she is also wearing the picket fence. The mining guild elf is impressive, I like how they managed to make him look weathered and sturdy, but still managing to look elfin.


I'm not much of a skirmish gamer, but the design philosophy sounds good. I'll definitely check out the rules, and I think chances are good I'll back the ks for some minis at least.

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Ya, like Aku-chan said, their first one barely funded and was full of really bad greens. They were originally Rune and rand into some legal troubles with that name and, I believe, decided to cancel all the original stuff and refunded everyone who backed via IGG as they weren't sure how long it would take to rebrand and change whatever else got them in trouble.


Edit: Here's the IGG.


And here's a quote about some legal issues:


You may have noticed some changes on the site. Due to a legal issue, we have to put a hold on our first rule book. The game will be known by its working title "Project 1" (original we know) until we have decided on a new title.

At this stage those who pledged on our Indiegogo campaign for the rulebook will receive a refund for that book due to the legal issue. Those effected will be contacted shortly.

Sadly this issue is beyond our control but we will soldier on.


I have to say, looking though things they've really improved. Here are their first sculpts from the IGG:




And here's what they're making now:






Apperently the biggest reason for this change is they're working with (most likely contracting through) MaxMini which is a fairly established EU mini maker (CMoN carries some of their stuff).

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I remember the original project now! I didn't like the initial models at all. What they are showing now is a world apart. A rebrand and change of location for the crowdfunding is probably the best thing that could happen to them

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Those look very cool, I love the style for the female warriors so far especially. I'm not sure I've ever seen a serious female goblin warrior like that before. I don't have any money for miniatures for the rest of the year to be honest, but since they're across the ditch I may support this a little for down under. :)

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