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Fallen Frontiers REBOOT by SCALE GAMES LLC




Fallen Frontiers is a sci-fi miniatures wargame where powerful heroes meet in futuristic battles!



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Fallen Frontiers is a miniature game, set in a futuristic sci-fi society where humans have colonized much of the galaxy and have found powerful energy sources and intelligent life forms with advanced technology.


In the universe of Fallen Frontiers different factions fight for control over planets and their strategic resources in order to expand in a galaxy that holds lots of secrets. The players take control of a faction that can be shaped by choosing troops, characters and cards that best adapt to their game style.


Fallen Frontiers is a miniatures wargame game based on combat squads. The squads offer protection and firepower for the force's heroes. Heroes are the ones that define the game style because their attributes change the characteristics of their squads. Because of this each squad performs differently depending on the hero that leads them. However in Fallen Frontiers heroes are not invincible, but instead are easy to eliminate when they are not with their squad.

Besides the miniatures that represent their army, players will also have a deck of cards assembled by them. Since this deck of cards is prepared secretly, players don't know their opponent's strategy, allowing them to change their play style in such a way that opponents will not be able to guess their strategy at first sight.


The factions and the cards use up resources to carry out certain actions. The main resources are Command and Krithium. Players gain Command by holding objectives and maintaining a strong leadership in their army. Using Command points will make an army more powerful and allow players to use their cards. Krithium is a resource that must be collected during the game. It is the source of energy that enhances an army's equipment and cards. The player will have an armory, a separate deck where he purchases equipment, that can be used during the game and consumes Krithium. The contents of the armory is also set up by the player just like the deck of cards.



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I have to admit, these looked much better before I got into Infinity. The Berserkers look good but the generic, featureless armor of all the other units make them fairly boring.


I do, however, love how they're 1:48 scale (O scale). I really hate the scale nonsenses of this hobby and I wish everyone would just go to that scale which is a standard. Then there would be so many options for terrain, vehicles and such that would be a fraction of what people pay for the smaller scale versions.

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I like the models but really only want one to paint at some point maybe.  I'm just not interested in the game so 70$ makes no sense for me.  looks awesome though.

Exactly why I asked my question. I hope they put up the $1 buy-in so I can get the berserkers and Sihlas Fenn. They're the only ones I can't get elsewhere.

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Gaming Garage guy here???


I am asking because I caught wind of this the day of its launch on Facebook miniatures group.


I went to the KS when it opened. I like a lot of the miniatures to be honest. The story sounds interesting.


Gaming Garage (a Backer) provided this spreadsheet showing the initial reward levels with their shipping costs included in the far right hand side.




Very comprehensive. Very informative. So I am grateful he provided it.

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Yep, you are wrong about that; they had a big issue with indecisiveness over material in the last KS, so they've said the figures will be resin this time. No metal, plastic, restic, or PVC; just resin.


Which actually raises some alarm bells for me... even leaving out the rulebook, they'll only be getting about £1.50 for each 40mm multipart resin fig. That doesn't sound economically viable to me. (Assuming I've worked it out correctly!) And if they hit the levels they are expecting to, they'll have to hand-cast 100,000 or more resin figures.... that takes a long time, and a lot of moulds. 


I just hope they've planned it all out carefully...

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Slightly off topic, but does anyone know what kind of material the "plastic resin" that GameZone uses is?   They too seem to sell at a price that's low considering they don't seem to be injection molded and if they can sell them at that price, I wondered why they didn't kickstart a wider range of plastic resin figs instead of mucking about with their HeroQuest project.

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