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I so wish I’d got in on this KS in time. (And their previous one!)

 

Halflings are my favorite PC race and it’s so hard to find good, interesting minis for them, especially sculpted like this rather than in their hideous 4e/5e forms. 

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I wasn't going to buy this, but I'm only on book 4 of the Mummy's Mask AP

 

Mike has been busy on the MDF side of things and completed the tomb dungeon set! I snapped a quick pic for this week and we can look at it in more detail soon.

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On 11/15/2019 at 10:06 AM, Kalibak said:

I so wish I’d got in on this KS in time. (And their previous one!)

 

Did you contact the creator for a late pledge? Seems like a friendly enough guy.

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4 minutes ago, ced1106 said:

 

Did you contact the creator for a late pledge? Seems like a friendly enough guy.

Unless it's changed in the past few days, there should be a link to where you can do late pledging on the Kickstarter page. 

 

Edit: it's the button labeled "pre-order now" 

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^ Oh thanks! Not being too familiar with Kickstarter, because it didn’t say “Late Backer” I wasn’t sure if “Pre-order” meant the same thing or if those were store prices or something. 

 

I’ll get onto it now. 

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Hmm That Halfling Sorcerer looks a lot older than his preview art had led me to believe he would. I’m a bit disappointed about that. He looks well sculpted though. As do they all. 

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Another thing that kinda annoys me about the designs in this campaign is that, other than a few rags here and there on their bodies, there aren’t enough differences between the mummies and the skeletons. 

 

Mummy miniatures seem to be a lot rarer than the ubiquitous skeleton ones so I wish their faces were more covered to distinguish them.

 

No complaints about the craftsmanship on display though. 

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^ That Titan is indeed a showstopper. 

 

The more I look at that Halfling Sorcerer, the more annoyed I get. He looks like a totally different character to the one in the preview art AND the initial render. Why did they change him from a young man to yet another “wizened old male sorcerer” figure when the market is already flooded with miniatures of that archetype?

 

I’ve sent an email complaining about this change but, as a late backer, I can’t leave a comment in the comments section. Can I request/suggest that anyone who is similarly disappointed with this change leave a comment there?

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I'm kind of glad for the larger images of that titan...  I hate to say it, but it's gone from OMG MUST HAVE to "that's a neat sculpt".  Maybe it's the undead bit, ah unno.  Maybe it's me looking at finances too and going "oh gawds, I'm going to have to trim a number of ideas aren't I"...

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