Relic Knights Special Edition Card Pack Available

By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Dec 18th, 2014

Soda Pop Miniatures knows that Relic Knights models have been around for quite some time and many of you picked up some sets before the game based around them was a thing. So, for those of you that have those models, but not the stat cards to go along with them, they’ve released their Special Edition Card Pack so you can get the stats you need to put those models on the battlefield along with all the other Relic Knights minis now available.


From the website:

Are you a long-time Fizzhead who got your special edition models before Relic Knights had a game? Then the special edition card pack is for you!

This pack includes tracker and reference cards to field your special edition models in your games of Relic Knights: Darkspace Calamity.

-Suicide Queen — Unique
-Ayu Beat — Unique
-Candy Heart — Unique
-Kisa — Questing Knight
-Scratch — Cypher

Please Note: You do NOT need to buy these cards if you are purchasing the current special edition models, cards are included.

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  • Cool.

    I saw that this is card pack #1, so I’m guessing that they’ll soon be releasing packs for the minis that they converted into plastic.

  • sniperjack

    Nice move.
    And how about cards for owners of the old metal/none game versions.

    • I suspect they’ll be making more packs- since this one is labeled “Special Edition Card Pack 1.”

      I wonder if they’ll be separating them out by faction, or some other way.

  • entil_zar

    Almost (if not all models) that had been converted to plastic are available as pdf for using in the game. The above shown minis were neither part of a pdf or the rulebook (mainly because they are variations of plastic models)

  • blackfang

    Should have been a free download

    • Sure, but I’d rather have a proper card in hand. They’re just nicer than printing your own or using one on a phone/tablet.

      And with the prices here, they’re probably cheaper than printing them all at Kinkos on nice stock.