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Dungeon Crawler Pre-painted Plastic Miniatures : Behemoth

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Hi Folks,

 

We will be launching our Storm Riders Kickstarter (Dungeon Crawler) September 7th!

 

Six of the sculpts and renders have been shown off already. We're finalizing the finishing steps on our first DCM Kickstarter, but we stuck with it and will persevere! We believe we've ironed out the kinks in our production process, and as this will be our second project with the same factory, we should be able to excel on delivery.

 

The behemoth stands on a monstrous 8" diameter base to rival our Kraken.

 

Our Storm Riders have a great feature where the mounts and riders are interchangeable whose usefulness only grows as new mounts and riders are added to the series!

 

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The coi mermaid looks cool. I hope I have some spare money before this starts... Not able to get into Stonehaven haflings it would be sad to miss this too...

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The alternate paint jobs are cool, but since I paint miniatures now, I would mainly be interested in the new sculpts.  I love the fantasy cavalry and am very interested in those four sculpts, possibly for multiples of some of them if the price is right.  The behemoth looks awesome.  I am running out of space for large miniatures but depending on the price will definitely consider that one.  I'm also interested in the orc shaman.  I definitely need more female humanoid miniatures.

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Picked up the big plant creature as a new/replacement encounter for my Mouseling Hommlet RC game (say that 5 times fast!!).

 

It's big & for a "Flytrap" it's a fantastic mini. I'll have to keep a eye on this one.

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The alternate paint jobs are cool, but since I paint miniatures now, I would mainly be interested in the new sculpts.  I love the fantasy cavalry and am very interested in those four sculpts, possibly for multiples of some of them if the price is right.  The behemoth looks awesome.  I am running out of space for large miniatures but depending on the price will definitely consider that one.  I'm also interested in the orc shaman.  I definitely need more female humanoid miniatures.

Pricing can be found on our tracking page, we've also put the preview live for feedback.

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dungeoncrawler/1602775076?token=0bf423ba

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Wow. Maybe I'm thick-headed, but man is that convoluted to me.

 

After (way too much) re-reading did I figure out what you could select at "Storm Riders" or whatever. The graphics make it look like those figures are unlocked at silly-high levels. And ugh! That 'credits' stuff... Sorry, but this is not for me. Like the figures, but I don't want a migraine trying to figure out a pledge.

 

Sorry, I don't want to be the wet blanket, but there's just no way I'd pledge for a campaign structured like this.

 

*Edit* wait, the "Storm Rider" options all show locked. Maybe they aren't available until those pledge numbers?!

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Wow. Maybe I'm thick-headed, but man is that convoluted to me.

 

After (way too much) re-reading did I figure out what you could select at "Storm Riders" or whatever. The graphics make it look like those figures are unlocked at silly-high levels. And ugh! That 'credits' stuff... Sorry, but this is not for me. Like the figures, but I don't want a migraine trying to figure out a pledge.

 

Sorry, I don't want to be the wet blanket, but there's just no way I'd pledge for a campaign structured like this.

 

*Edit* wait, the "Storm Rider" options all show locked. Maybe they aren't available until those pledge numbers?!

I'm with you. I don't get the whole "credits"/"gold"/"pledge coins"/whatever thing. Just let me straight up pay for my pledge without all the crazy math.

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55 CAD ~ 42 usd eight of the riders unpainted

65 CAD ~ 50 usd one of each 3x2 or smaller mini unpainted (this includes all riders), if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

70 CAD ~ 53 usd one behemoth unpainted

75 CAD ~ 57 usd eight riders painted

90 CAD ~ 69 usd one behemoth painted

95 CAD ~ 72 usd one of each 3x2 or smaller mini painted, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

120 CAD ~ 91 usd two of each 3x2 or smaller mini unpainted, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

130 CAD ~ 99 usd one of everything unpainted including the behemoth, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

165 CAD ~ 126 usd one of everything painted including the behemoth, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

175 CAD ~ 133 usd two of each 3x2 or smaller mini painted, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

230 CAD ~ 175 usd two of everything unpainted including the behemoth, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

290 CAD ~ 220 usd two of everything painted including behemoth, if not enough stretch goals are reach to make this worth it duplicates will be provided.

500 CAD ~ 380 usd resin behemoth kit and every sculpt regardless of whether or not the stretch goal is reach

 

Additionally if you pledge in the first two weeks you get bonus dosh to spend on addons.

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I have a feeling once it's rolling it will be easier to figure out. And, I'm always happy to help when I can!

 

Basically, at our core, we have pledges for people that want painted and unpainted.

 

Beyond that we have pledges for people that want ALL the figures, and people that want just the smaller figures. You can ignore the credits and we'll figure all that out at the end together if you like.

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Despite the problems with the first KS, I was very happy with the effort the company put in to make things right. And the minis are good. I'll be backing you guys again.

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