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Thank you Dan!
We find this a very niche army (therefore hard use for RPG games where the crowd is way larger) so the price is what it is. We hear you though and will be revisiting this!

So, here's the progress so far, we are half way through the Kickstarter and just awesome at how much stuff got unlocked, with more to go! ::D:::D:::D:

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Hi everyone! ::):

Dropping the latest images here, we are closing in the next stretch goal and we would like to thank each and every one of you (even if you have decided not to pledge for the consideration all the same)!
We will do the best to prove to those who supported us they were right in doing so and tempt in the future those we didn't convince in this project here! A big hug! ::D:

 

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Thank you everyone for making this new army from our range a reality and being part of those people who will make it available in the future for other generations; without your help, this would have never happened!

Our gratitude! ::D:

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PS. A shoutout to Reaper for making this space available! :winkthumbs:

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