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02-04-14 04:56 PM
humakt Some of the miniatures look crazily good and I would love to have a few just to paint as display pieces.
01-21-14 01:48 AM

Originally Posted by Stormxlr View Post
Has anyone played this boutique nightmare horror rpg? I saw the intro video and I get it more or less and it looks simply awesome with the high quality models. But I am still confused about some special models like pin up ones, are they just for show and collection?
Has anyone played this or just knows what going on can elaborate on this game, I really would like to pick up a copy but dint know about it until quite recently so missed out on the kickstarter set

yea, I got into the Kickstarter. the story is awesome, and will be pretty much a depressing Sims with monsters. you build a community, fight monsters, collect gear in an evolved d&d environment. the creator is awesome, and the art is as well. they have a website kingdomdeathdotcom you should check out some of their older sculpts. there are basic characters, and than as you collect resources, you can arm them better and build a hunting part. you have to build the entire culture. and if someone dies, it hurts the group's power and skill. pretty cool monsters too, they all are some kind of human mutations. if you look they all have human body parts growing out of them, or covering their skin.
01-16-14 06:20 PM
SwedeMarine Ive looked into this and Got one of the models primed and ready for paint. Waiting for the right time before starting with her. Im interested in getting some of the 54MM models but they never have any in stock. Im interested in only the miniatures however.
01-16-14 06:07 PM
Stormxlr Speaking of Titslug, could be used for Greater Daemon of Slanesh/Nurgle?

Also watched gameplays on youtube the game looks complex but really fun, and its cool how you can keep the characters and get new gear for them and craft items
01-06-14 09:39 PM
LukeValantine Yes
01-06-14 08:58 PM
MidnightSun Isn't this the birthing ground of the Titslug?
12-30-13 07:37 PM
Loki1416 For their black friday sale, I finally broke down and ordered some pieces. The fact that the models are almost always out of stock is really frustrating. Anyhow. What I did order I'm highly pleased with. The sculpts are extremely well done that I'm afraid to paint them because I don't think I can do them justice (still going to paint them though). Far as the game goes, I've taken a peek at what I could find on it and it just didn't sound like it was for me. I just want the models.
12-30-13 05:26 PM
Varakir I have no idea how the game works, or if it's actually even finsihed yet, but the idea behind it is an 'anything goes' nightmare world, where the worst horrors of the mind are realized. They had lots of pretty sick creations.

The miniatures are really beautiful pieces. One of the sculptors/developers posts on wamp (at least he did when i posted there regularly a couple of years ago) and seems to have his head screwed on, so i think it could be a successful game.

AFAIK the Pin-Ups are purely show pieces to appeal to the people who seem to like those kind of things.
12-30-13 04:29 PM
Serpion5 There is a game to this, but I'm not familiar with it. I do however find many of the models to be amazingly sculpted and have been planning to get some of them recently.

I've seen them in my friends collections and they look incredible when finished.
12-30-13 04:00 PM
Dave T Hobbit Looks a little too animé for my tastes. The quality is not bad though.
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