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Solomon Kane Board Game (Mythic Games)

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2 hours ago, Dan d'Lyon said:

  I skipped the dragon initially, but I still have a few more days to reconsider.  I mean, I already have probably 50 unpainted dragons in my man cave.

What I'm hearing from that is you have room for one more.

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It's an interesting looking game, very different from the previous offerings from Mythic Games (or Monolith). I like the look of the virtues:

Miniatures are supplied assembled and unpainted

They look pretty large:

Miniatures are supplied assembled and unpainted

 

There are still a few hours to jump in on an early bird. It is the core game plus an expansion campaign that comes with a bunch of cards and a single mini:

https://ksr-ugc.imgix.net/assets/021/540/940/f902896f0a7edb1c41cbfd9e07d0b554_original.PNG?w=680&fit=max&v=1528724828&auto=format&lossless=true&s=9c850a14358e7e9667b09395e5551065

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1 hour ago, SamuraiJack said:

There's only one mini I really really want, there are a few that are cool, but not enough to buy a whole game for.

That's what I very often think when a CMON Kickstarter starts ... by the end of the KS, with all the stretch goals, I'm in.

 

Here, I like a couple of minis and I believe this will go high enough to have lots of minis more - and another couple I like. The game itself leaves me cold at the moment, so if I stay in, it must be because of minis.

 

This is one I can actually use ... a lot.

 

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I don't usually go for scenic bases, but I really like the beach one with the crab.  It's such a small detail but goes a long way to setting the scene.

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