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Tomorrow we are launching our new project Litchmyre Dungeon, which is a new range of heroes and monsters in a classic fantasy style. They are produced the olde way in putty, cast the olde way in metal - if you so wish :P or resin too. Because we are quite good at resin ;)  

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I like most of the adventurers. Will take a peek at the ks when it goes live.

@SamuraiJack Some of the pics you posted near the start of the thread are no longer viewable by me.

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That might actually hurt my wallet more than I thought it would ...

 

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CHOICE of resin or metal ... pick and choose.

 

And it's live: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/zealotminiatures/twisting-catacombs-litchmyre-dungeon?ref=hero_thanks

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I'm in for The Collector right now.  I'll probably just stick with the standard resin option too.  I may have to drop my Aeon Trespass pledge though

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That barbarian... looks like he chose Intelligence as his dump stat...

 

These are pretty awesome!

 

I like all of them, but it is that stupid barbarian that sells it to me. ::D:

 

And, yes, very much a HeroQuest vibe.

 

The Auld Grump

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Thought about putting in a small pledge, love the goblin for example, till I seen the shipping. Definitely not US friendly. I'll pass.....for now, love the sculpts on probably 90% of them thou.

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9 minutes ago, haldir said:

Thought about putting in a small pledge, love the goblin for example, till I seen the shipping. Definitely not US friendly. I'll pass.....for now, love the sculpts on probably 90% of them thou.

 

Looks like there is a range for shipping.  The Collector pledge was only £6, which I didn't think was bad and average for most UK Kickstarters, but the max according to the cart could be as high as £16.  That's roughly equivalent to a large USPS flat rate box. 

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I’m a bit worried that the “lower quality resin” might be what is commonly called restic. 

 

And the price for the higher quality resin puts it out of my price range for what these are.

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On 9/21/2018 at 6:23 PM, Darsc Zacal said:

@SamuraiJack Some of the pics you posted near the start of the thread are no longer viewable by me.

 

Which is odd because I uploaded them.. I'll try and re-find them

 

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