It's been 10 years. *sniffle* They grow up so fast. Ninja Division/Soda Pop Miniatures has been around for a decade and they're wanting to celebrate with a special-edition Candy miniature that you can order now. They won't be around forever, so get yours now.
Ninja Division is ramping back up their Masterclass Miniatures line for Super Dungeon Explore. The first two of their limited edition minis is now available. You can pick up Bang-Bang and the Leopold Magnus now. Hurry, there's only 750 of each available.
For some of IDW's recent projects, they had announced that they were going to be working with Ninja Division. Now, many of you know the troubles that Ninja Division has had lately. In this regard, IDW has decided to update their relationship with the company and let you all know what's up.
Ninja Division decided to take the figures from Ninja All-Stars and bring them into the Super Dungeon Explore world. With all the different clans, that was going to take some time. Well, the next one is ready to hit the field. It's Clan Tanchyo, and there's several extra heroes to pick up as well.
Ninja Division continues their Masterclass Miniatures Line for Super Dungeon with a pair of new releases. They're the Star Guild Rock Singer (Bards = Best Class), and, if you're looking for something a bit bigger, the Gnomish Excavator. Both are available now.
Ninja Division/Soda Pop is adding to their Masterclass Miniatures line for Super Dungeon Explore. But they're not going with just one new release. They've got three new figures for you this month. There's a new mini-boss as well as a pair of new heroes to either fill up the dungeon or try and clear it out. All of them are available to order now.
Next week, a pair of new heroes and a new mini-boss will go on sale for Super Dungeon from Soda Pop Miniatures/Ninja Division. The first hero is the Celestial Healer, great for making sure that your other heroes don't die. Though it's a little too late for the Gloomborn Champion. He's already dead, but he's not letting that keep him down. Finally, the new boss is Hecate Vilethorn, and evil Centauress.
The fantasy chibi games of Super Dungeon Explore and Ninja All-Stars are teaming up. Yes, like a galaxy merger, the two are joining together into an even bigger super-game. Ninja Division has announced that it is coming out with rules and cards for running the different Ninja Clans in games of Super Dungeon Explore.
The new masterclass mini-boss for Super Dungeon Explore is one fun guy! ... wait... *reads notes*... I mean one fungi. It's the Furious Fungomancer, and he's here to terrorize the heroes. He can even turn heroes into fungi, just like him. As such, there's an extra mini that comes in the set for if/when that happens. You can order yours now.
Soda Pop Miniatures is taking pre-orders for the next in their line of premium mini-bosses for Super Dungeon Explore. This time around, it's a big, pretty, fuzzy puppy! Though I don't know if I'd suggest just running up and giving him a hug. It's the Mistmourn Warg.
Way of the Fighter brings old-school fighting video games to your tabletop. And one thing about those games is that they usually had quite an array of fighters, of all different looks and fighting styles. Well, Way of the Fighter looks to be no different. They've got another Fighter Pack available for pre-order. This time around, you can pick up Brahm and Cobalt.
Palladium Books and their Robotech RPG Tactics game has been one of the long-drawn-out dramas of the gaming industry for several years now. The game was one of the first really huge successes on Kickstarter. Unfortunately, it's become also the campaign that's now looked upon as "the one that really went wrong." Palladium has posted two updates to the Kickstarter campaign. The long and the short is that Palladium will not be sending out Wave 2 releases. People can substitute Wave 1 items for Wave 2 items, but will need to pay for shipping. Also, Palladium is losing the Robotech license after 30 years.
If your Valentine's day didn't quite turn out like you'd hoped, I still hope it didn't end up with you squaring off with an opponent, prepping your various martial arts moves in the attempt to knock the other fighter into unconsciousness... unless, of course, that was just you and your significant other playing some Way of the Fighter, which is available now from Ninja Division.
Love is in the air. People are sending sweet nothings to one-another. And, in the material world, sweet things are being sent to one-another as well. Soda Pop Miniatures is adding another sweet thing in the form of Sweetheart Candy. This limited-edition model for Super Dungeon Explore is available this month only from Soda's webshop.
I've got friends who have been showing off that they've been getting their Kickstarter editions of Way of the Fighter. They're excited about the old-school fighting game feel right on their tabletop. Well, for those that weren't part of the Kickstarter campaign, their wait is almost over, too. Soda Pop is celebrating Valentine's Day with the game's release (that's Feb. 14th, just in case you didn't know). But you can put your name down on the list to get your copy now, as they've started taking pre-orders.
Saturdaaaaaaaaaaay! I'm sure a lot of you are probably traveling today, or perhaps hanging out with some non-gaming family. So, to take your mind off of things, here's your regular list of reviews I know you so desperately desire.
Today we've got: Guild Ball Blacksmith's Guild, Rail Raiders, Naruto Shippuden The Board Game, Zendo, Cottage Garden iOS, Meeple Circus, Gut Check, Mountains of Madness, Import/Export, Ticket to Ride Map Collection 6: France/Old West, Welcome to Centerville, Hunt for the Ring, and Master of Wills.
Sometimes it's not about the party, but the party after the party. In this case, it's Ninja Division having a huge sale as the after party. Are all after parties huge sales? I've never been to one, but if I can save up to 45% off on games and stuff, I just might start going to them...
Gen Con this year has been everything I was expecting it to be. Mostly: filled with awesome stuff to see and filled with lots of people! Saturday has always been the busiest day, and yesterday was no exception. And while there was a mildly-noticeable larger crowd, we weren't all packed in like sardines, for the most part. You could still get around to see all the great booths here at the show. Though taking pictures was sometimes difficult. But take them I did. And here they are for you to see.
Soda Pop Miniatures loves to do crossovers. They look to their other properties, as well as other popular games and integrate them into their games. It's cool to see characters you love from one game making their way into others. In this case, they have started taking pre-orders for the Twilight Knight from Kingdom Death, as well as Takoashi schoolgirls as characters for Super Dungeon Explore.
Quite a few of you have tried Pathfinder over the years. Well, if you prefer your RPGs more in the "far future and another galaxy" type, Paizo is looking to oblige with Starfinder. Well, Soda Pop Miniatures is making official figures for the game, and they are taking pre-orders for those now.
If you'd not heard, Gen Con is next week. Yeah, I know, right?! Anyway, Ninja Division has posted up their plans. And it's quite a lot. They've got new product. They've got a painting contest. They're going to have special guests at their booth. It's a ton of stuff. Check it out.
I’m an unabashed fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I put it in the same league as something like Animaniacs and Tiny Toons, where, sure, I may not be the real target audience, but I feel it’s a quality cartoon product that has enough references to keep me interested (they dress up as the characters from Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas at one point, for example). So yes, I do also enjoy the Tails of Equestria RPG book and, as soon as I could, ordered my copy of The Curse of the Statuettes, the first full-length adventure for the game. It got here the other day, and I figured, for my 25,000th post (more on that later), I’d give it a (spoiler-free) review. So let’s get into it.
So let’s head out into the badlands and take a look at The Curse of the Statuettes.
And we've made it to another weekend. I'm sure a lot of you are up at the LGS, trying out 8th Edition 40k. But between those games and talking about all the stuff you're going to do with your army, here's the regular grouping of reviews that I know you all love so much.
Today we have: Small World, Galactic Warlord Battle For Dominion, Dice Hospital, Shahrazad, Dark Souls, Bushido, Dungeon Crawler The Thorn Expansion, Star Trek: Ascendancy, VS 2PCG Legacy Expansion, Alchemists The King’s Golem Expansion, Super Dungeon Explore Arena, Terra Mystica App, Tomb Trader, Jaipur App, Bio-Logic, Dragon Tower, Gnomi, and Zombie Tower 3D.
Gen Con is just a couple months away. ...Holy hell! Gen Con's only a couple months away!!! *cough* ... yes, anyway, well, at the show, Ninja Division is going to be running their Golden Kobold painting competition. Grab your paints and brushes, it's time to show that you're one of the top painters in the land.
Ninja Division's miniatures game, Relic Knights, had a bit of a bumpy start to its existence. But the company is looking to start anew and they've launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to make it a reality.