Midweek Snippets

By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
May 24th, 2017
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The week of “getting back to usual” continues along. Of course, we’ll get back off schedule a little, since it’s a 3-day weekend here in the States. But still, good to be on schedule while you can. But, seeing as we’re getting ready for a 3-day weekend, that means we should be fully-powered up on gaming stories.

Today on the platter we have: New Skull Wound Markers Available From Kromlech, Last days for bargain deal at EZPainter, Chibi Giants & Swarms Fantasy RPG Miniatures Up On Kickstarter, Acheson Creations Releases Short-Faced Bear Mini, and Final Week For Archmage Origins Up On Kickstarter.

New Skull Wound Markers Available From Kromlech

Hi,
welcome back after a Weekend 🙂
Let’s start this week with some more lasercut goodies.
Today we have two new sets of wound markers for you.
Skull Wound Markers [green] and
Skull Wound Markers [orange] Each set contains a plate with Skull Wound Markers made from fluorescent acrylic. There are 16 ones, 8 threes, 8 fives and 8 tens on a plate. Each Skull needs to be push out from the plate to use for your game.

Last days for bargain deal at EZPainter

Ever wanted to just send the whole army out, get them all back painted in a week and get gaming that next weekend? – Not possible?

That is the entire intention behind the EZPainter army deal. Affordable and quality work at your disposal – and now…it’s even more affordable for just 9 more days!

Why do we charge so little? What corners do we cut? None! We simply like to provide a great service at a real and realistic price without ripping off our customers (Loyal customers routinely receive random discounts for their returning patronage!). To many painters charge what they “think” their painting is worth instead of just providing a good service for an affordable rate.

Now is your chance to utilize a respectable and professional painting service and if you already have one, now may be the time to try a new one and save that well-earned moolah!

Until the end of May the army deal over at EZPainter is even cheaper as you can now get 100 miniatures (28mm) painted for £250! This is a mad chance to dash and grab that lead mountain and get it on the table en masse for a great price.

Given that you only ever pay %50 at one time the deal is a great way for you to get your army painted and on the table and say goodbye to those sheeny plastic greys units!

Chibi Giants & Swarms Fantasy RPG Miniatures Up On Kickstarter

Impact! has a new KickStarter up to create a series of 50mm tall large scale monster miniatures (mostly Giants & Elementals) to add to their Chibi fantasy miniatures.

These large scale miniatures are only $10 each (and less than that at higher reward levels) and will be made in a new resin & release formula that easily takes both spray and brush primers.

You should also check out the Chibi Trojan Horse being funded by this KickStarter. A 134mm tall miniature that includes 4 Chibi Baby Unicorn miniatures that can stow away inside to surprise the enemy or party.

The project has already funded and looking to unlock the other 7 large scale miniatures planned for this project. Project ends on June 1st.

Acheson Creations Releases Short-Faced Bear Mini

Pre-Historic Times have arrived for our customers with the Gigantic Short Faced Bear

Final Week For Archmage Origins Up On Kickstarter

Origins funded in just 35 hours. With just about a week left to go we are 175% funded. We are sending you this email as the reminder there is just a week left to go to try to seize power in Sorcado.

Origins is a card game for 2-4 players that takes just 10-20 minutes to play. It is a quick, fast, light card game that is great for all level of gamer. It is also a great filler and gateway game!

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  • odinsgrandson

    Giant Chibis? Yay!

    • odinsgrandson

      Holy crap- there’s even a Chibi Trojan Horse that opens up for you to put Chibi Ageans inside!

      • Tom Anders

        Glad you like them odinsgrandson!