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KS only (not coming to retail as Monolith made a loss on the retail version of their Conan game)

 

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optional buys

 

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plus lots of unlocked stretch goals

 

game roughly based on the fairly well recived Conan game engine, they did a decent job with the Conan minis too so if your into batman and have the (significant) buy in it's probably a wise pick.

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In for the base pledge plus Arkham and Bat mobile

 

Wayne mansion just doesn't appeal to me, nor the Vs one.

 

This is already rocketing with the SG and we are only 3-4 hrs in.

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I was really excited for this one last year, but the renders they were showing off got very hit or miss, so I'm now a cautious maybe.

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Oh neat.  I've been sitting on the Batman Miniatures Game rulebook for a couple years now, but never purchased any of the minis due to the cost.  So I could definitely go for this.

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(This is not a complaint) Looks like they have new-style Harley Quinn on the box art and old-style Harley Quinn in the minis.

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Yeah...I'm in.  

 

I'm debating as to how far in I want to be.  I'm up for Wayne Manor (Alfred in a fighting stance!) and Arkham Asylum, but not so much the vs or the Batmobile.  That may change by the end of the KS.

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The models look pretty cool and I'd love to get some.  Wish they would be available without the rest of the game...

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Knight Model miniatures (and WizKids) are available retail, although at $25 MSRP, might as well get the Monolith game. :mellow:

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I guess I'll find a use for my dead pennies from the wet palette to weigh down the bases. Does the sculptor like waffle cones?? :mellow:

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13 hours ago, aku-chan said:

I was really excited for this one last year, but the renders they were showing off got very hit or miss, so I'm now a cautious maybe.

 

Nice thing about Batman minis is there are lots of alternates you can swap in if you don't like some of the game figures.

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I'm in since I skipped Conan. I hear their plastics are okay to slightly better than tabletop. Any opinions from those who picked up other monolith games? I'm in for the moment, trying to decide how much I want these minis. My main Batman buddy's wife had a baby, so I can forsee less game time and overall, the pricing is way better per mini than knight model.

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14 hours ago, ced1106 said:

I guess I'll find a use for my dead pennies from the wet palette to weigh down the bases. Does the sculptor like waffle cones?? :mellow:

 

Do you NOT like waffle cones? :unsure:

 

I really want to...I've been tempted by some of Knight's models, but that price tag.

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