Crooked Dice posts December releases and sale

By Polar_Bear
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Nov 29th, 2012
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Crooked Dice has their December sale going on. You could use the time to pick up some of their new releases, too.

From the announcement:

We go BIG in December with our first large releases in resin! First off we have Talos, the mechanical (giant) right hand man of the insane inventor Ulysses Argo. Then if that wasn’t enough damage potential, you can have the only-slightly smaller Argonauts as well.

Plus during 1st-7th December we are offering 25% off all our products when you spend £40 or more. Simple enter the code DEC25OFF492 when you get to the cart to get the savings. Buy yourself or point a loved on in the right direction with a list and their credit card!

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  • I love their figures, but even at 25% off they are expensive, unless $5 (sale price) a fig has become reasonable. Maybe I’m out of touch with today’s kiddies.

    • Soulfinger

      To put it in perspective:

      Reaper minis are around $6 and up, so $6.25 is a fair price these days for a metal figure that isn’t specific to a popular game system. Makes you want to cry doesn’t it? Remember ordering figures for $1.25 from print catalogs you found out about in a Dragon magazine ad?

      • Soulfinger

        Crap, always have a problem with the hyperlinks. Left out the part that a GW plastic Space Marine Commander runs over $20. That’s one figure.

      • grimbergen

        I have to agree… 10 years ago when i first got into the hobby I felt $3 a mini was a fair price for minis from small companies without large franchises, and now $5-6 a figure is a reasonable price given inflation especially for metals.

  • CPBelt – Karl from Crooked Dice here. Sorry if they seem a bit expensive. The price is similar to other companies and the figure deals available with each release also give you further discounts. Plus we run a deal of the month. Plus a new cold fusion reactor for our underground lair won’t pay for itself.