Unboxing Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster – review on Chest of Colors

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Jan 30th, 2013
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Chest of Colors takes a look inside the Battle for Alabaster box for Sedition Wars and gives us a review.

From the website:

Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster is the latest game from the legendary Mike McVey. Hellspawn documented unboxing the game and wrote a review for us all to read and see what good the game really is.

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  • puster

    Have to agree with the review: the minis are superbly cast with high detail, but need a lot of knife-work to prepare (mainly flash lines) and super-glue to build. For those who just want to play a boardgame this is probably a bit much.
    For those with some experience, its a treasure chest.

    In my box the other material (maps, counters) was fine.

  • It’s great to see that our opinion wasn’t too different to what others think about it. Although I didn’t have a chance to see the game in person, judging from what Hellspawn wrote I think it’s one of the best products miniature-wise as far as boardgames are concerned, but only experienced hobbyists will be able to appreciate it to the fullest. Others will not really care about how nicely done the miniatures are, and the amount of work to be done may even discourage them a bit.