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A small STL KS for 10 CA$. The first stretch goal has already been unlocked. It's a bit over the place (cheesecake, dwarves, grungs), but the models look nice and the price is good.
150 miniatures and counting! $109 base pledge.
By the Sadler Brothers (Descent, Gears of War, Mansions of Madness). "Roll to resolve" dice mechanic with some HeroQuest nostalgia. Playthrough videos explain the rules well.
"Using the Modular Deck System (MDS), introduced in Street Masters and Brook City, the game features incredibly modular gameplay using several different types of decks. Hero decks, threat decks, villain decks, and quest decks can all be mixed and matched along with altar cards, feature cards, and other game elements to create countless combinations of unique adventures. With an engaging one-off experience and narrative campaign play, Altar Quest offers players endless adventure in a unique fantasy setting with years of support planned for the game.
Miniatures are unpainted, but here's a painted pic by one of the designers and painter...
$40 + Shipping for a single set of two books.
$75 + Shipping for two sets of books *plus* a copy of their Little Book of Town and Taverns.
SG's are additional pages. Free stickers at 150K. Woo! Stickers!
I posted a review of their Little Book of Dungeon Taverns. I highly recommend a second copy, for portability. : https://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/18/18527.phtml
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Just ran across this. I’m not familiar with the company, but they seem pretty established in the historical line. Anyone have thoughts on these? The price per figure seems reasonable for good resin.
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