Chinchilla Games launches Ex Illis Kickstarter campaign

By Polar_Bear
In Alternate History
Nov 6th, 2013

Chinchilla Games has their Ex Illis Kickstarter campaign underway. Go check it out.


From the campaign:

Ex illis is a miniature wargame set in a pseudo-historic fantasy world populated by the historic figures from the 13th century, that also incorporates mythological and biblical figures from the medieval Europe. Angels, demons, witches, faeries and imps fights alongside different human factions for the dominance over Europe, or to strengthen the evil grip of the Infernal army.

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  • Marauder

    Lol, tempted as for once me and the other canucks won’t have to pay for shipping! 😉

  • Gallahad

    Cool. I hope this does well. These guys have been hard at work on this for a long time. I really love the angels.

  • MadNes

    My favorite game of all time is back!!!!

    Hopefully this time to stay.

  • Grindar

    Dangit, I threw out the miniatures a few months ago. I figured it was scrap.

  • Bewulf

    I like Ex Illis and wish Chinchilla Games luck with the campaign, but minis exclusive to the early bird levels? That is not going to sit well.

    • Grindar

      Those characters were all previously available. They were direct order through the last company, Lucifer was a promo.

  • blkdymnd

    I wish Ex Illis the best of luck. I was a rabid fan of the game, but sold off once their funds ran out (I had just been burned by AT:43 in the same manner). I think Golem Arcana just took a lot of their potential backers with a similar design, including myself. I loved the game, but I’m just not trusting the stability.

    • as its not clear in the post, this KS is to produce a set of hardback rules to use to play the game as a standard wargame, I’m guessing you’ll still use the website to track experience but they are moving away from the computer moderated game.

      also you can now use your own figures to assemble an army as they have removed the DRM (before you had to entry a special code that came with each model to add it to your muster)

      • papasmrf667

        Both seem like very good moves to me.
        The computer moderated version slow in the game play demos I watched.
        Trackign exp online sounds great though. I’ll be watching this one.

      • Gallahad

        Yeah, I think moving away from the computer version of the games ia a good move. I really like the setting, and I think that the models are pretty cool. I think they should have run the campaign in USD, but no changing that now.

  • MadNes

    Us early supporters were concerned that the company would completely abandon the digitally assited version. My understanding is that’s not the case. Chinchilla said they plan to support both the traditional book rules and the digitally assited version, and leave it up to the players to decide how they want to play. However, the focus is on the pen and paper version at the moment.

    +1 on the setting…. super neat.

  • StygianBeach

    Pretty cool. I hope the make some Emisarius variants.