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There was a slight advantage for EU backers last time, when shipping was fixed.

Now, yeah, the difference with retail would be smaller.


Are you sure? Because $35 is more than the expectation of the shipment in the EU this time ($20-25).

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There was a slight advantage for EU backers last time, when shipping was fixed.

Now, yeah, the difference with retail would be smaller.


Are you sure? Because $35 is more than the expectation of the shipment in the EU this time ($20-25).


I was thinking about my case (Raise the Dead and lots of add-ons). No way they could/would ship this today for $35, never mind $25..

I mean, I just filled my Super Dungeon Explore pledge manager and it came up with a $53 shipping.


Update: I decided to drop this KS. Trying to organize my game room and just not finding a place to stand without stepping on something can do that to you. I really just don't need 2 more boxes. :blush:

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Unless they wow me in the last few days, I'll probably pull out of this one. I haven't played Zombicide S1/2, but I've always thought it looked interesting. But a lot of the add-ons and stretch goals just aren't my cup of tea. I really don't need all those VIP zombies (Princess Leia zombie, really?), and none of the KS-exclusive survivors would be used in my gaming group (which consists mostly of female gamers who aren't interested in characters like Cat or the add-on "Dominatrix"). The only exclusive I really like is the female A-Bomb, but $90 + shipping for that is a bit excessive.


And I know it's a luxury game, but $30 estimated retail for a set of tiles seems insane to me. I mean, I pay a lot for each individual Descent expansion that comes out, but I would never pay even more than $10 for some tiles.

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I didn't get the previous seasons but like coop games and my kickstarter spending had been relatively light recently. I think we will get the base game and possibly angry neighbors. I try to coordinate with local friends and buy different expansions or, in this case, different seasons of zombicide. Makes it so you play slightly different games at each house.

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I also don't see it as a great deal, as I don't play any other modern or sci-fi game.


You cannot think outside the box? Not just a little bit?


For selfmade buildings they could be perfect. With just a little modification they could even look good for fantasy.


69 doors for $40, and even $60 retail, is a really fantastic price.



I like terrain :p


They are completely unnecessary, but I like that they open and shut.


For Zombicide they are really unnecessary. Only reason to buy them for me would be to build terrain, eventually for 3D Zombicide terrain. Even if I think it is better not to use 3D terrain for Zombicide.


I saw 3D terrain for Zombicide but I would prefert to hear how well it works with it.

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