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Rising Sun Boardgame

Postby Wkeyser » Thu 09 Mar, 2017 14:52

This looks good, i want it for the Demons. They would be fantastic with Ronin. The human figures are 32mm so might be too tall but we shall see. I will wait until there are only 5 days left before I commit.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/co ... nav_search

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Re: Rising Sun Boardgame

Postby Per Plambech Hansen » Thu 09 Mar, 2017 19:48

viewtopic.php?f=2&p=25025#p25025

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So yes :)

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Rising Sun.

Kickstarter 7 marts.

Jeg har fuldt nedenstående spil et stykke tid. Jeg ved selvfølgelig ikke endnu om reglerne og selve spillet er noget. Men firma, designer osv. kan ikke være ret meget federe.

Uanset har jeg tænkt at var vi flere i klubben der evt. slog os sammen og købte en "stor" pledge eller lign. Så var der som minimum masse fede fig. til andre tabletop spil. Og nej kvaliteten af dem er super fede. Sammen produktion som Blood Rage. Og jeg kender ham der maler (Robert Rogland) boxart, som også siger de er virkelig fede (altså figurerne). Men igen det ser man jo når kickstarteren kommer i gang. Men ville bare lige skrive en lille "heads up". Så kan i jo selv evt. se videre på facebook. Og vi kan snakke om det her eller i klubben hvis folk er på.

A game like Rising Sun, with its rich theme, incredible miniatures, and battle mechanics, will definitely draw comparisons to another title by Eric M. Lang, Blood Rage. In a way, that makes sense. Working on Rising Sun was a little like “getting the band back together.” Lang was rejoined by the same artist, in Adrian Smith, and Studio McVey, the team responsible for the memorable figures from Blood Rage. While there are similarities, both games have a very different feel. 

http://cmon.com/news/rising-sun-game-overview

https://www.facebook.com/risingsunboardgame/?fref=ts

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Re: Rising Sun Boardgame

Postby Per Plambech Hansen » Thu 09 Mar, 2017 19:55

And yes i will delete my "old" post now.

I will for sure wait also like you William, cause the kickstarter is very "straight" with only two kinds of pledges :shock:

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Re: Rising Sun Boardgame

Postby Wkeyser » Thu 23 Mar, 2017 08:04

Damn Damn Damn

Well I am all in, I finally watched the game play video with the idiots from COMN playing. The game looks great and a fantastic game for the club, it is for up to 6 players, the miniatures are fantastic. After getting my hands on the Viking game done by the same designer and the same figure designer I am really hoping the figures will work for Ronin. At least the monsters can be used.

Here is some Eye candy.

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Here is the link to more painted minis, these are incredable they are plastic for gods sake, or in this case "Kamis sake"

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/co ... ts/1838738
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