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From what Ive heard Corvus Belli might be starting to make RPG minis. I guess that depends on how well the RPG does. Wonder if that has anything to do with dire foes being discontinued.

 

This is just rumor and speculation I don't know for sure.

There are definitely rpg minis, genergy release versions of the KS ones at least. They also have an rpg campaign book coming based on the dire foes stuff with the characters in the boxes as pregens/npcs.

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From what Ive heard Corvus Belli might be starting to make RPG minis. I guess that depends on how well the RPG does. Wonder if that has anything to do with dire foes being discontinued.

 

This is just rumor and speculation I don't know for sure.

There are definitely rpg minis, genergy release versions of the KS ones at least. They also have an rpg campaign book coming based on the dire foes stuff with the characters in the boxes as pregens/npcs.

 

Oh yea I know about that. I was all over that kickstarter. Im just thinking for future releases. It would be cool to get more civilian type stuff.
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From what Ive heard Corvus Belli might be starting to make RPG minis. I guess that depends on how well the RPG does. Wonder if that has anything to do with dire foes being discontinued.

 

This is just rumor and speculation I don't know for sure.

There are definitely rpg minis, genergy release versions of the KS ones at least. They also have an rpg campaign book coming based on the dire foes stuff with the characters in the boxes as pregens/npcs.

 

Oh yea I know about that. I was all over that kickstarter. Im just thinking for future releases. It would be cool to get more civilian type stuff.

 

I'm always a fan of "plain" / Civilian / everyday type of miniatures. I really hope they come out with an entire line of that kind of stuff. I have become a MAJOR fan of their style and look!

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It does read and the rules are organized in a clunky fashion.. I blame most of this on the fact that English is a very distant second language for the writers.

 

I have played more than a few games I like it.

I cannot say the same for ITS missions.  but then I play Combined Army and specialists troops are at a premium.

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It does read and the rules are organized in a clunky fashion.. I blame most of this on the fact that English is a very distant second language for the writers.

 

I have played more than a few games I like it.

I cannot say the same for ITS missions.  but then I play Combined Army and specialists troops are at a premium.

Which flavor of combined? Because unidron forward observers, and kurgat engineers are both fairly capable. Now doctors... yeah there's exactly one of those.

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ITS missions in my experience really handcuffs all flavors of the Combined army.. unidron forward observers are cheap and their WP is really low..  Then combine that with the fact you have to take a hacker to take a unidron. 

Bing your points just shot up. 

 

My problem in ITS missions with combined is the fact that you are paying for things that are not used in ITS.  Lets look at line troopers..  Across the galaxy all factions are within one point of some other faction attributes.  Morats are the same as well except they have Morat special skill which is fairly good but not actually of any practicality in ITS missions.. and then you look at how much you are paying for that. and that will leave you scratching your head.   Combined army in my mind really isn't geared towards accomplishing ITS missions.  it is geared towards killing troopers..and that's ok...Have lost lots of ITS games and been nearly the only left on the board. 

 

Love Doctor Wurm..

 

It does have some extremely cruel.  What I'd call gotcha models.

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 but you are paying a premium price for those..

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ITS missions in my experience really handcuffs all flavors of the Combined army.. unidron forward observers are cheap and their WP is really low..  Then combine that with the fact you have to take a hacker to take a unidron. 

Bing your points just shot up. 

 

My problem in ITS missions with combined is the fact that you are paying for things that are not used in ITS.  Lets look at line troopers..  Across the galaxy all factions are within one point of some other faction attributes.  Morats are the same as well except they have Morat special skill which is fairly good but not actually of any practicality in ITS missions.. and then you look at how much you are paying for that. and that will leave you scratching your head.   Combined army in my mind really isn't geared towards accomplishing ITS missions.  it is geared towards killing troopers..and that's ok...Have lost lots of ITS games and been nearly the only left on the board. 

 

Love Doctor Wurm..

 

It does have some extremely cruel.  What I'd call gotcha models.

Speculo Killer

Ko dali

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 but you are paying a premium price for those..

Unidron only need hackers if you have no one with mnumonica, and you can bump up their will by sacrificing a mnumonica lieutenant. so I take a skiavoros or a charontid with a sepsitor plus, play it super aggressively and then let it die to make a unidron into a willpower 16 objective taker. 

 

Morats, yeah they kind of got nerfed hard in the transition from version 2 to version 3, I'm hoping that they get a little of their punch back in the next book. some of their higher end guys are still viable. yaogats, kurgats, and the heavies. The poor Daturazi went from my favorite morat unit in vanilla to something I never touch, with the loss of coma.

 

I love speculo for her shotgun load out, and Ko-dali is the mini I want to like but just have bad luck with. 

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Joan informed me that she was tired of being the only Infinity mini on my shelf and I needed to acquire some more.  I ordered the Operation Icestorm box to give it a try.  Realistically, I know one guy that I might be able to talk into playing.  If that doesn't work out I can fall back onto purchase the sculpts I like and not worry about factions.

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Joan informed me that she was tired of being the only Infinity mini on my shelf and I needed to acquire some more.  I ordered the Operation Icestorm box to give it a try.  Realistically, I know one guy that I might be able to talk into playing.  If that doesn't work out I can fall back onto purchase the sculpts I like and not worry about factions.

Could do that anyway. RPG coming soon, and it does mixed faction groups well.

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