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Darksword just went live on their latest Kickstarter to expand their GRRM Materworks line of miniatures.




Right now it's $180 ($160 for Earlybirds) for 11 minis (2 of them mounted including Khal Droggo) with all stretch goals included.


I'm in for an Early Bird as long as as like most of the stretch goals.

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The gap between $2 and $160 pledges is a little.... too much for my pocketbook at this point. 


I'm not an official answer here, but I think their intent is to either have you back it, or not back it.  I don't think they plan for lower cost levels for partial miniatures.  But send them a message and see what they have to say!

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Tom Meier!


But ... $160.


But ... Tom Meier!


But ... $160.




Shoot. I am dismayed at Kickstarters with such a high barrier to entry. $2 for nuthin' but access to comments, or ... $160?


Sigh. Tom Meier ...

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The gap between $2 and $160 pledges is a little.... too much for my pocketbook at this point. 

Yeah, I can see that.  If this came out any other time I would be right there with you.  But I received my taxes and I'm on travel, which means I now have some extra money in the ol' hobby budget.


Based on the last KS, they are doing it this way to cut down on complexity.  Everyone gets the same minis so it should be fairly easy to fulfill.  While price per figure is kinda high at the moment, it should get better as the stretch goals start rolling in.

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It depends.  The first stretch goal (GRRM at his Westeros writing desk) is free to all full-backers.  Follow-on goals could be free or a paid add-on.


The previous Dragon KS had mostly single free stretch goals, with several multi-miniature sample paid add-ons.


Not really sure what's going to happen with this one.  I ended up just doing the free add-ons last time as it was cheaper for me to piece meal the figs I wanted from the sets then to pay for the add-on.

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