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Official Conan Movie Sculpts by S7 Games

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Coming Kickstarter from S7 Games.

 

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We are thrilled to announce that the Conan: Savage Legends Kickstarter, launching July 16th, will include three high quality sculpts of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his iconic role as Conan in the 1982 and 1984 films! These officially licensed sculpts are all highly detailed, 32mm miniatures that should be part of any Conan fan's collection!

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That's not the only exciting Conan news we have for you! This week, Rob Stoddard, lead developer of Conan: Savage Legends, sat down with the Fools Daily podcast to talk about the game's design. For those of you who don't know, in Conan: Savage Legends, you take control of a Legend in Robert E. Howard's Hyborian Age as you seek to destroy your enemies in a fast-paced fight to the death. In this 2-4 player arena-style combat miniatures game, you will use powerful relics and plundered riches to engage your foes in glorious combat. Destroy your opponents with sheer might or cunning tactics and prove to your foes why you deserve the title of "Savage Legend."

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“To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to the lamentations of the women...”

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Frankly, after I saw the buy in prices, I put it on remind.  Haven't seen anything that would push me to actually pull the trigger yet either. 

 

I also didn't realize this was an expansion to the board game when I first saw the announcement.  I am personally disappointed with that as I'm only interested in the movie inspired sculpts. 

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The two first sculpts just doesn't match what I'd expect of a barbarian.  

They're just so.... civilised and  formal. 

 

Where's the passion, the INTENSITY?

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Project cancelled. They invite us to join their emailing list if we want updates (no mention that they might post campaign updates on this one to keep all backers informed). Overall I think they went into this one either slightly naive or they weren't that interested in the project to begin with.

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