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Ok just took a look through my core box. Mostly good! The Legion and necromutants are of course all the same, but the sculpt is pretty good. Heroes look fine except for the Empire guy with the sword o

VINCE DIAMOND! woo hoo! I've been wanting a mini for him since the previous edition of the RPG!

I went in for the early ship for the base game, it just got shipped today. 

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I backed at the base game level, because there are no details yet as to what is in the bigger pledge.


I still play the old version of this game, and this gives me a nice pile of minis for the mutant chronicles RPG.


I would like to know what material they intend to make the minis out of.

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I just checked all the Comments and nobody has asked yet.

Unfortunately, I can't back at this time so I can't just leave a Comment.

I've never done the Ask the Project Creator thing before, but I'll ask.

in the comments they said they are aiming for preassembled plastic. so I assume there may be an update or stretch goal

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Siege of the Citadel is a sweet game.  I tried it out at a buddy's place, then later on picked up two sets when they were getting clearanced out of local stores.  We did setup some mega-sized games and had a blast with all the parts.  None of them one came with the cardboard standup building section shown on the back of the box though, not sure if there was a bad batch or if it never made it into the final game or what.


This looks like a pretty good approximation of the original game, with newer components of course.  Peg board looks a bit simplified, I guess we'll see if it performs better.  And of course stretch goals will likely add up and make this a bigger game.  Although it's annoying to see parts of the original game locked behind stretch goals, such as the plastic stairs.

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This looks interesting but $44.00 ship for all in to US... on top of $149.00... Wonder what extra this will net over the $17.00 shipping $69 base game...

Well, they anticipate 5-10KG of product if it does as well as they think it will.

They've also adjusted US shipping down a little bit since your post ($37 instead of $44).


It's now up to $125,370.

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