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Twelve Elements of War


Sword & Board Games gives us another preview render with a look at the Jaded Noble.

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From the post:

This (Goblin) Jaded Noble has tired of all the petty politics engulfing the Eastlands of Dothmora. She has set out to right wrongs and bring evildoers to justice. Who justice?, well that remains to be seen. Does she have ulterior motives? No one is sure. Armed with her ancient two handed rune sword, it is fair to say that her justice will be swift and painful.


Sword & Board Games has posted up a new render for Twelve Elements of War. This one's the Dwarf Highguard "Survivor" Runecaster.

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From the post:

Of the thousands of troops who marched north under the banners of Highguard during the Schism, only 273 brave soldiers survived the Battle of North Pass. These were no cowards, living only because they threw away their arms and fled the crimson field, but heroes who fought long and hard defending the Sun Standard of Highguard, the personal emblem of the royal house.
Sword & Board Games is now taking pre-orders for their new fantasy miniatures game, Twelve Elements of War.

Twelve Elements

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From the announcement:

PRE-ORDERS are now AVAILABLE to order on our webstore. Pre-orders will be open until the 28th of September and close at 4:00pm AEST.

Once pre-orders have closed, will send the numbers to Maxmini for production. We will keep you up to date on the production progress.

A few things to keep in mind with the photos. The parts weren’t glued together as these are the miniatures that we are sending to be prepared and painted. All the parts fit together snuggly and the joint gaps are minimal. Any gaps you see in the reorder photos are because of the blue-tac we had holding the parts together. Some of the details will be fine and will need a drybrush or similar technique to really show up on some miniatures.

Photos of the miniatures will be replaced once painted versions are made available.


Sword & Board Games is showing off a preview render of the Faun Runecaster they've been working on.

Faun Runecaster

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From the preview:

Roaming the Eastland in search of rune knowledge, this Faun Traveling Scholar may appear meek, however, behind this veil of deception hides a formidable runecaster.


Sword & Board Games didn't fund their 12 Elements of War Kickstarter. But all is not lost.

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From the announcement:

Hi All,

On the 22nd our Kickstarter ended unsuccessfully.

Instead of focusing on the negatives, let’s focus on the positives. George Edward Woodberry once said “Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure”.

From out of the gloom comes a ray of light. I was contacted by a party from within the industry who wishes to remain anonymous regarding Twelve Elements of War. I am able to show you a snippet of what they had to say.
Sword & Board Games has added free worldwide shipping to several pledge levels of their Twelve Elements of War Kickstarter campaign. They're also showing off the preview artwork for their first stretch goal.

Twelve Elements Stretch Goal

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From the campaign:

We have Free World Wide Shipping available on a number of pledge levels now and have just released a preview of the first stretch goal artwork.


Sword & Board Games has regrouped, repackaged and relaunched their Twelve Elements of War Kickstarter campaign.

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From the campaign:

Twelve Elements of War has relauched on Kickstarter and is off to a strong start.

Its a streamlined campaign with new stretch goals and pledge levels.


Sword & Board Games has cancelled their Twelve Elements of War Kickstarter campaign in order to move a bit further along with the development and expand capabilities of the company.



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From the update:

Hi All,

I wish I had a cheerier note for first thing in the morning.

It has become clear to us here at Sword & Board Games, that meeting the high levels of expectations this game has drawn, is going to be very difficult.

The Kickstarter campaign and the interest it has developed, has made clear to us that those who want the game would like it to be more realized than we currently have it, and we are receiving contact from retailers who would like levels of stock which we just cannot provide at this time.
Sword & Board Games made it over their first stretch goal already for Twelve Elements of War. Just think how many more they'll go through in the next 35 days.



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From the update:

Hi All,
Today be reached and broke our first stretch goal on our Twelve Elements of War Kickstarter campaign. Supporters now have access to the Keepers of Talon Crag Citadel. We hope to power towards our next stretch goal, the proud and honourable warriors of Highguard.

If you haven’t already, head on over to the campaign and check it out.

Thank you to all our supporters for their great efforts.


Sword & Board Games has launched their Kickstarter campaign for Twelve Elements of War. They're about 3/4 of the way to funded already.



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From the campaign:

Twelve Elements of War is a collaborative effort between Sword & Board Games and Alessio Cavatore’s River Horse.

The team at River Horse working on this project under the supervision of Alessio Cavatore are Anthony Reynolds, rules developer/editor and lead writer, developing the rich background already created by the Sword & Board Games team. He is assisted by Dylan Owen, who is also in charge of product design and is assisting with creative writing. Anthony Greentree will provide the art and graphics, bringing the continent of Dothmora and the world of Lumria to life with his artistic talents.


 

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