The Escapees sub-faction in Alkemy have a new pair of figures they can add to their ranks. They're the Malikhs Fugitives, a pair of rangers who add a highly mobile set of fighters. Enemies beware when they're around.
Alchemist Miniatures has a clear goal in sight: get Alkemy onto as many gaming tables as possible. They've been working steadily toward that goal for quite some time now. The next stage of it is upon us. They are looking to fund a new starter set for the game over on Kickstarter. If you've been wanting to get involved with the game, now would be a good time to join in.
The comeback for Alkemy continues. The skirmish game is on the road to recovery, a road which passes through another Kickstarter campaign. Alchemist Miniatures has announced they will be running a new Kickstarter campaign in order to create new box sets designed to help new players get into the game, including 2-player starters, faction starters, and "blitz starters" that have everything you need to get going right away with the game.
For those that have been waiting, there's a new batch of Alkemy releases available now over in their webshop. What? You mean to tell me you've not been waiting for these new releases? That's just silly. Of course you have. Let's take a look at them.
Spring has sprung. At least for those of us here in the Northern hemisphere. The days are getting longer. The grass is growing. The pollen is friggin' everywhere, coating everything in a green/gold powder coat that sends people coughing and choking... But still... Spring... Anyway, the Spring releases for Alkemy are now available (you can still buy them in the Southern hemisphere, even though it's Fall now).
Fantasy skirmish game Alkemy has a new set of releases available over in their webshop to check out. New this month they have a whole new sub-faction. They are the Cobra Guard and they're here to make sure that all your cobras are well-protected against attack and *gets a note* Oh... apparently, they are not security guards for local pet shops with large snake displays, but elite warriors who will dole out death to all that stand in their way. My mistake.
Alchemist Miniatures has launched their Alkemy Kickstarter campaign. This campaign is to fund two new factions for the game. And, well, that's done. The campaign just launched and they're already over their funding goal. As such, the Utopians and the Naashti are going to be part of the game. Woo!
Friday, glorious gatekeeper to the weekend. For many of us, just a couple more hours until we, giddy as schoolchildren, run out of our offices and into several blissful days of doing... just... whatever the hell we want. Friday also means a bit of a smorgasbord of bite-sized stories we've collected.
In this batch we have: Artana Launches The Best Damn Gaming Coins Ever...Two Kickstarter, Dungeon Crawler Minis Kickstarter: The Behemoth, DrunkQuest Kickstarter Stretch Goals announced, Imaginative Miniatures New Releases, Releases for September from The Ion Age, Alkemny's Kickstarter to Launch Next Month, Warsenal Limited Edition Unit Markers for Infinity, Dark Art Studios Posts Autumn Releases, Khurasan releases 18mm WSS Austrians/Imperials, and Brigade Models Release 15mm Indonesian Grav Tanks.
There's new life being breathed into Alkemy. Alchemist Miniatures are the new stewards of the system and are looking to get it onto more tabletops the world over. One of the best ways to make sure a game grows is through literally growing the model count. As such, there are two new releases available over in the Alkemy webshop.
Alchemist Miniatures is happy to announce that they're going to be taking over managing the Alkemy range of miniatures. The group, which is composed of several friends who have been fans of the Alkemy miniatures game for some time, aren't just looking to keep the old version going, but are looking to update the game and even expand to new factions. A website has been created, concept art is being worked on, and a Kickstarter is in the works.
Alkemy is showing off a picture of their new Auroch Manitou-Warrior. Note: I didn't really get a URL with this one and couldn't find it on their regular page, hence why just a link to the bigger picture down below here.
From the update:
Aurlok Nation welcome Auroch Manitou-Warrior with oversize version "possessed". 2 miniatures!
Studio38 shows off a preview of Alkemy's Khaliman Republic fig. The website also helped me with my French.
What they told me that I can read without translation:
Here is a new-comer for Alkemy's Khaliman Republic: Ifrit'qaniss Suleman. The Alkemy line, after being taken up by the French company Studio 38 presents regular news for its armies which are all available at: http://www.figurines-studio38.com
Studio 38, the company that bought the Alkemy miniature range is releasing new minis for the game.
They are made out of resin and will not be sold with cards (these are downloadable directly on the website)
They planned to release minis on a monthly basis.
They also announced that their website will evolve soon to provide an English version as well as Alkemy rule material totally free.