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Castle Gamers Forum • Crowd funding Campaigns - Page 53
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Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 10:11 pm
by John
Still can't make my mind up about Joan. Am thinking that as Kevin is going for it, I have more chance of playing it when he brings it down, than I do if I own it myself :roll: . Especially as Conan hasn't had many journeys out of the box, have got more scenarios for it, so hopefully should see more daylight this year 8-) !

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 10:49 pm
by Kevin
Valid point John. I must say I am starting to feel that way in regard to KS board games, as I now first ask who else is getting them before jumping in.
Joan of Arc is a no brainer for me, as I have an interest in the Hundred Years War (particularly from the French point of view), and like 15mm as a scale (I find it a laugh that it's now referred to as 'Legendary' scale by Monolith, so people won't confuse it with 'normal' models - 28mm).

And if I didn't pick it up, there's a good chance that the bottomless pit of board games that is Marc would (will) have - he's getting more of it than me as I'm sticking mainly with the Historical stuff (at present, if I find employment, that may change).

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 9:15 am
by Marc
It’s that damn bag of holding rob gave me I’m telling you it’s impossible to fill so therefore it’s all robs fault lol

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 8:58 pm
by Marc
Oh well that’s a second dragon added to my pledge lol

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 9:00 pm
by MrDwhitey
Good lord Marc.

How many rooms for storage do you have? :lol:

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:46 am
by John
I know several people were interested in a Pirate game such as "Blood & Plunder", seen today at Crusade. I was looking at the Kickstarter for Blood & Plunder to see if there were any plans for a follow up, only to find that there had already been a follow-up. On looking however I saw that there was the capability of submitting a late pledge, which allowed you to submit a "New Player bundle" pledge which offered the rules plus any Nationality box and an Activation deck. you could then add extra ships etc :roll: . I must say I am interested in this even though I said I was not going to submit into any new Kickstarters :lol: . Just have to see how long the Late Pledge offer stays open for! ;)

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 10:14 am
by Marc
At the moment I have things spread out over 3 rooms lol

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:59 pm
by Kevin
News on the Robotech RPG Tactics front. And it's now fully dead. Not only have they said they cannot/will not finish wave 2, and as such offered that they will replace with extra items from wave 1 - if you pay postage.

And they've also lost the License for Robotech in all the forms they were supporting, including the RPG they have been supporting for many a year.

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 5:10 pm
by Kevin
Really want to back the Pacific Rim KS (in at present), but to be fair not feeling in and not sure if it would get the game-play to justify the expense (when it can be picked up at retail later if I wish). No exclusives, just reduced cost over retail (I like the no/little exclusive thing, you don't feel slighted for not having gotten in at the ground floor - they've already said the 'exclusive' will be for sale post KS).

What with the upcoming 'Hellboy' mantic KS, and the fact that this is basically a £65+ buy in minimum, I have doubts. Still ten days to go, there is an 'all-in' (£245 :roll: ) and at present its worth around £320 with it's 20 odd models.

Re: Crowd funding Campaigns

Posted: Fri Mar 30, 2018 10:42 pm
by Kevin
So, all in on Pacific Rim, has become worth the funds expense.