Asteroids (not the video game) on Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 23rd, 2014
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T.J.H. Models has a Kickstarter up and running for Asteroid terrain pieces for your space-based miniatures games.

Asteroids

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From the campaign:

Asteroids by T.J.H Models are pre-painted model asteroids ideal for wargames.

Asteroids come complete & ready to use.

Asteroids come in sets of 8, they are various shapes & sizes which are pre-painted ,with an individual flying base & a location socket. For ease of storage & transportation.

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  • blkdymnd

    Or just buy these and not wait for a Kickstarter….
    http://www.gf9.com/Default.aspx?tabid=348&art_id=3905

    Or make your own

  • malwych

    A Kickstarter for a product that already exists, which in itself is just a bunch of rocks glued to flying stands. The mind boggles.

    • odinsgrandson

      At times like these, I wonder where Soulfinger is.

      • Definitely. The mind boggles at that more than the rocks on a stick.

        However, I think having telescoping rods with rocks on them would be even better. Perhaps it’s a stretch goal?

        Make them like a Weeble Wobble where they wont fall down when you bump into them moving your sci-fi space tactics game piece.

        • if there was only a company out there that made X-wing compatible asteroid bases with options for telescoping rods or static rods… 🙂 However, several of those bases are way too small to support even styrofoam up on a telescoping rod let alone a rock.

      • Soulfinger

        Busy working on my KS for premium war gaming clouds made from balls of high-end cotton that can be pulled and shaped into any configuration that you like. There are comparable products, but mine have clam shell packaging with a card insert of Julia Montgomery in the nude, which is only visible once the premium cloud material has been removed.

  • KelRiever

    Inb4 obligatory somepeoplewillseevalueinthis withridiculousjustificationthatmakesnosensewhenthoughtabout.

  • Hexenjaeger

    A Kickstarter. For rocks. Is that like a Kickrockstarter?

  • AccessDenied

    More like that’s a Krock-starter