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Courageous Space Marine Captain





SoCal

Oh wow. I didn't know Alkemy had expanded their line so much. The new minis look pretty nice. Thank you for bringing them to my attention.


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rox wrote:
 BobtheInquisitor wrote:
Are Shael Han's newer heavy infantry mostly fantasy, or easy to convert?
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The dragon legionnaire spearmen seem like they would be fairly easy to convert. I haven't done much work with my second wave of Shael Han though. Just don't get to play with them enough to warrant it!


Just what I hoped for. I hope MM or CMON have some in stock when I recover my budget from the latest round of Kickstarters.

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Orem, Utah

Someone should definitely point out the Journey: Wrath of Demons (a board game based on Journey to the West).

Yes, they're board game minis, but they're some of the best PVC minis I've seen.

 
   
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SoCal

 odinsgrandson wrote:
Someone should definitely point out the Journey: Wrath of Demons (a board game based on Journey to the West).

Yes, they're board game minis, but they're some of the best PVC minis I've seen.


I've never seen the minis in real life. Have they finished delivering the Kickstarter? Are they available through retail channels?

   
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Orem, Utah

The core game is available through retail channels. I do not believe that they ever finished delivering the expansions (which is a terrible shame).

The miniatures from the core game are quite good.



I know you prefer Chinese based games, but if you're interested in a Japanese one, Rising Sun has some good miniatures as well (and that one delivered in full).

 
   
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Have you had a look at GW's Khand line for LotR?
   
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 Ancestral Hamster wrote:
Fireforge has Mongols Mongol Horde

Zenit recently had a KS for the Empire of Katai (i.e. Chinese) to add to their existing Japanese-themed line. Maybe they'll take a late pledge?
Empire of Katai

The Empire, long united, must divide.
The Empire, long divided, must unite.


Opening of the Romance of the Three Kingdoms.



They look awesome!

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Made in us
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Courageous Space Marine Captain





SoCal

 odinsgrandson wrote:
The core game is available through retail channels. I do not believe that they ever finished delivering the expansions (which is a terrible shame).

The miniatures from the core game are quite good.



I know you prefer Chinese based games, but if you're interested in a Japanese one, Rising Sun has some good miniatures as well (and that one delivered in full).


I'll keep an eye out for Journey now, thanks! I've already got Rising Sun and the Dynasty Invasion expansion. Keeping my other eye out for the Conan Khitai expansion.


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 Inquisitor Gideon wrote:
Have you had a look at GW's Khand line for LotR?


I got the plastic Haradrim and Easterlings (and others) back before they jacked the prices way, way up. The Khand line were always metal, though, weren't they? I'd probably buy them in Finecast...at 2009 prices.

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Khand are metal. But you know the plastics are back up to 24 per box at £25 and you can get the Easterlings via 3rd party retail for an extra discount now.
   
 
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