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Licenced player character and unique monster miniatures from the Earthdawn fantasy RPG



The Earthdawn RPG has a rich setting, one that gives a lot of the common tropes of fantasy adventure gaming a reason to exist. It mixes the familiar with the exotic; dwarves, elves, and humans mingle with the lizard-like t’skrang, the earth-skinned obsidimen, and the small, flighty windlings. This KickStarter will bring all of these varied races along with unique monsters for them to face to improve your experience playing the RPG. Since several of the races in Earthdawn are unique in fantasy RPGs, this project will be an opportunity to have miniatures cast that match better with your characters while playing Earthdawn.


FASA has granted us permission to bring this line of miniatures into production to go with the Earthdawn RPG. Recently Impact! obtained the masters for the miniatures of ZN Games which held the masters for the Heartbreaker Hobby Earthdawn range so we can have new molds made for the miniatures from the original masters.


The Miniatures


The miniatures are provided unpainted in spincast resin. The miniatures might require light clean up and some assembly (although we did our best to keep the figures with as few pieces as possible). The miniatures are 28mm scale.




Stretch Goals


Starting at $4000 and then every $1000 after that we will unlock creating another production mold which will add another 1 to 3 miniatures for the Earthdawn RPG to add it/them to the point chart. There are 37 additional molds that we can create as part of this KickStarter beyond the starting set of figures. As we reach each funding or stretch goal, we will start a poll that will allow the backers to vote and decide which mold should unlock when the next goal is reached.

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Little Urban Achievers was a flawless experience that produced great minis.

Understood Beagle ... but I've found some people really like the old school look.   Also when I was approached by Kevin Bledsoe and asked if I could help him do something with the ZN Games assets from

There were a couple of updates just  the other day   this is now just about to start fulfilling   Shipping will begin this week. Waiting on just one last figure   I will begin shipping Earth

Trodax, Yes these will be Trollcast when they are done


and Doramos, not to tempt you or anything (well yes actually to tempt you)


If you go for the three 7 point pack you can have all 6 T'SKrang and 3 Windlings and still have 4 points to spend on another mini too, all for $30 (free shipping in the US, $5 otherwise)

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Wierd. It put my reply to another thread here instead. 

Yeah, I was looking at the 30 point level but I would like a couple of the 5's as well. I might just have to put in for the 50 point level.

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Impact have been a great company to pledge with on KS,


Most of their projects have been early or on time, with a very few slightly late.


Tom at impact is very responsive and will help you out if he can (eg I picked a team they had already got cast up on their recent fantasy football KS and he shipped it to me early rather than waiting until all the new casting was done), he also sent a replacement for a missing mini from one of the Chibi KS projects without any problem.


The only thing to be aware of is these are being produced in trollcast, a spincast resin so there may well be more flash/mould gates to be removed than you'd expect with a metal mini as well as an occasional bubble hole to fill, but nothing even a moderately experience modeller would have problems

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I like Impact! as a company but these minis are pretty poor. There's a reason we stopped producing miniatures like this in the 80s/90s. Sculpting and production processes improved and the quality of miniatures today is so much better.

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