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These look great but would it kill the sculptors to compensate for the pvc shrinkage on the weapons? I mean, how many of these games have they done now?
   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut




UK

I've not seen anything

but since they were showing previews (of the minis at the very least) at recent shows if anybody who saw them could comment it would be useful?

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We'll find out soon enough eh.

It's base sizes on those previews I'd like to know - the Blood Rage models were surprisingly titchy when I got hold of them in person because their proportions made me think they were on 30mm bases but they were actually much closer to 25mm.

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Decrepit Dakkanaut




UK

I'd be very surprised if the went up a base size, as it means less space in the tool

(and you have to make even bigger monsters to make them look impressive, and they had enough complaints about non small monsters about the elementals box that was so unpopular during Massive Darkness that the decided not to send it to retail as originally planned and that was vs pretty small 25mm based dwarves & orcs ),

but I'll be sure to ask when the campaign goes live

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Blood-Drenched Death Company Marine





Redmond, WA

On Facebook they said about 32 mm

 
   
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Longtime Dakkanaut






 OrlandotheTechnicoloured wrote:


a good comparison of how well the original sculpts have translated (pretty well, but clearly not as nicely as if they'd been resin)


GOt no interest in this game, but this is an exceptional mini

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Italy - Verona

But..... is this a wargame like warhammer or a classical boardgame like Zombicide? I didnt understand it...

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Minis are looking good, would be great if I was a chaos player. Are they showing the PVC samples or resin masters?

   
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 Necros wrote:
Minis are looking good, would be great if I was a chaos player. Are they showing the PVC samples or resin masters?


Resin. Though PVC is surprisingly good on larger minis.
   
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Arch Magos w/ 4 Meg of RAM





South Wales

In fairness, CMON using Ludofact has got the PVC minis down to really good standards. Not HIPS, but easily the best boardgame minis in my opinion.

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Philadelphia

 MrDwhitey wrote:
In fairness, CMON using Ludofact has got the PVC minis down to really good standards. Not HIPS, but easily the best boardgame minis in my opinion.

Agreed, better than WMH or Mantic PVC IMO
   
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Redmond, WA

I love all the figures, but all the tribes look too similar to each other. If I didn't know any better, I'd say they were all from the same group instead of separate ones.

The only major difference is one tribe has two handed axes while the other tribe has two single handed weapons.

 
   
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 Moopy wrote:
I love all the figures, but all the tribes look too similar to each other. If I didn't know any better, I'd say they were all from the same group instead of separate ones.

The only major difference is one tribe has two handed axes while the other tribe has two single handed weapons.


I suspect they'll be in different coloured plastics like rising sun.
   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut




UK



don't l;ike this one sculpt wise

 
   
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Affton, MO. USA

I’m not feeling many of the sculpts. But then again I don’t have a plan to build a new chaos army anytime soon. Guess I’ll save some money for the next Kickstarter.

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Um'Rak Youngblood.

I'm liking how chunky some of these sculpts are given they'll be PVC.


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Another Um'Rak warrior I think.

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Are these guys supposed to be from different clans? They all look so similar. The campaign must really be targeted for a very specific niche within miniature boardgame collectors.

Also, for the last few HATE guys, I can't help but see this:



   
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California the Southern

Is that a game component or some sort of fetish contraption?

Fun for the whole family? ....Just what have you been doing at home lately, Mr. Inquisitor?


Have any of the clans for these latest sculpts been mentioned?

I don't remember the clans having very distinct looks in the books though either...

Poorly lit photos of my ever- growing collection of completely unrelated models!


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The City of Nothing

These latest ones are Um'rak, as opposed to the Um'gra from earlier.

I must say, that's going to get very confusing for me.

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They all look like Chaos Marauders to me.
   
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Gosport, UK

 highlord tamburlaine wrote:
Is that a game component or some sort of fetish contraption?

Fun for the whole family? ....Just what have you been doing at home lately, Mr. Inquisitor?


Have any of the clans for these latest sculpts been mentioned?

I don't remember the clans having very distinct looks in the books though either...


Behind the model in the pictures there’s a really subtle logo which I’m guessing shows which Clan they’re from. Very easy to miss though.
   
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Oslo Norway

For use as marauders, it is great that they all look similar

   
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UK


 
   
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Well, the designs got boring quickly... Rising Sun seems to be 10 times better in that regard.
I'd wager we are to see at least 15 more dudes with fat cleavers/axes, toothy grin and flesh-balaklavas
   
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SnotlingPimpWagon wrote:
Well, the designs got boring quickly... Rising Sun seems to be 10 times better in that regard.
I'd wager we are to see at least 15 more dudes with fat cleavers/axes, toothy grin and flesh-balaklavas


Rising Sun was just the weeb version of this.

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We had these complaints for The Others as well. If the comic is confusing because of the similar designs, that could be a legitimate complaint, but I doubt Adrien Smith (sp?) had in mind a boardgame, so didn't design the art for a boardgame. Rising Sun, meanwhile, was designed as a boardgame, so the clans were designed to be distinguishable from each other. Of course, having different faction colors should make it pretty easy to tell one tribe (or whatever) from another.

Not sure if I need more miniatures (or if this KS will have many, given its limited audience), but I guess if I want any punk-apocalypse Mad Max mini's, this is about as close as it will get!


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UK

HATE: The Um'Rak Tribe
Dec 20, 2017

When being on your own means risking brutal injury or a painful death, you work to find people you can trust. A Tribe is more than just a gathering of people, it is security against the evils of a world that would tear at your flesh off and spill your innards. Trust can mean eating another meal. Trust can mean living another day. Trust can mean slaughtering another foe.



The Um’Rak Tribe have survived for so long due to their trust for one-another. For generations, they avoided any hierarchy, eschewing leadership for a grim partnership in the business of dealing out death. This trust has lead them to success in war, and they are beginning to feel like it might be time for their Tribe to rise above the bloody rabble and sit upon a throne of skulls.

On the battlefield, the Um’Rak work together, slicing up the enemy like a well-oiled machine. Over the years, they developed attack and defense formations that are formidable for those that must face them in war.

No matter what they encounter, the Um’Rak stick together, moving as a single unit with one goal in mind: causing pain to those that would oppose them.

In HATE, players can take control of the Um’Rak Tribe as bludgeon their way through a series of Clashes. Each of the Tribe members will take on their own personalities as they gain skills and scars in their quest for dominance. If they are able to hold their formations in a Clash, the odds are in their favor. Adjacent allies are able to lend support, multiple figures may be activated at once, and best of all, single attacks may be made as a group, descending on opponents like a pack of wild dogs, ripping foes to shreds and then dining on the rewards within.

Without trust, it’s hard to be successful in most things in life. That goes doubly true for the harsh reality of this new world. There is no mercy, no empathy, no love. There is only trust, and HATE.

 
   
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Very same-y dudes, yeah. Most of them are kind of awesome, though. The resemblance would make using t0hem as a faction somewhere else, e.g. Blood Rage. Or goons for whstever I just hope that cleaning them up won't be totally impossible with tons of mould lines crossing tiny leather straps, chains and fur.

I need to see more giants, though.

   
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ced1106 wrote:
We had these complaints for The Others as well. If the comic is confusing because of the similar designs, that could be a legitimate complaint, but I doubt Adrien Smith (sp?) had in mind a boardgame, so didn't design the art for a boardgame. Rising Sun, meanwhile, was designed as a boardgame, so the clans were designed to be distinguishable from each other. Of course, having different faction colors should make it pretty easy to tell one tribe (or whatever) from another.

Not sure if I need more miniatures (or if this KS will have many, given its limited audience), but I guess if I want any punk-apocalypse Mad Max mini's, this is about as close as it will get!



In the comics all the human tribes seem to be under the control of a few big rival warlords. We see two of them. Don't know if there are more. Big double cleaver guy for example is the right hand of skull skirt dude.
   
 
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