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I like them too. But... I had thought they were going to be multi-part plastic... mainly because that’s what I think of when I hear Shield Wolf, not because of anything they had said. 
 

Now, while I would get a box of multipart plastic just to have around for kitbashing rpg characters, I don’t really have any use for the resin guys that only have the standard pose presented. And at $20 for 5, it’s a little more than I would want to spend just to have some cool minis on my shelf. 
 

Still look really cool though. 

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Fair enough @Smokestack actually the work behind this IS for a plastic kits (two actually) but previous experience has taught us not to promise beforehand as that does us more harm than good.

The value is going to augment with the stretch goals, but 5 miniatures (all unique sculpts, no duplicates in each Kompanie!) is what we could start with for the infantry. We have always been honest and upfront on what we could deliver. And (I think you'll agree with us from your previous experience with us) we have always delivered.

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16 minutes ago, Shieldwolf Miniatures said:And (I think you'll agree with us from your previous experience with us) we have always delivered.

Absolutely. I was quite pleased with the Shield maidens and regret not getting the goblins, 

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Unlocking stretch goals. We find it pretty cool that the backers are the ones voting for which stretch goal to unlock next! ::):

 

What do you think? ^_^

 

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Moving along nicely, thank you so much!  :blush:

 

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What would you like to see next?! ^_^

 

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Someone might want to change the tag label from "pre-launch" to "live" ;) 

 

The campaign is certainly of to a great start, really want to see some vehicles, @SW hint hint :P  

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With the ongoing momentum we are pushing towards real value for the current pledges before dwelling into add-ons.

A freebie tank would only be possible in hard plastic and that would be a 200K SG, after unlocking plastic Infantry and Cavalry.

 

The project is off to a great start indeed but we keep our heads low for now. ^_^
 

 

 

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