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Author Topic: [KICKSTARTER] 6mm Fantasy Crusader Kingdom  (Read 169 times)

Offline Microworld Steve

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[KICKSTARTER] 6mm Fantasy Crusader Kingdom
« on: September 15, 2020, 11:17:08 PM »
I've been in business for I think just about 12 years now, which is crazy to actually think about.  During that time we have managed to release 18 distinct fantasy armies, as well as a ton of other stuff across multiple genres and scales, the newest of which being the 3mm fantasy line.

A consequence of being an essentially one-man shop in a niche hobby is that I have an abundance of things I would like to release, but not always the resources to follow through.  In order to accelerate the release process for certain projects, I have launched our very first Kickstarter for a 6mm fantasy Crusader Kingdom army.

There are 6 codes available at launch with 8 more potentially unlocking across 4 stretch goals.



A sampling of some of the minis we are trying to bring into production can be seen below.  All infantry and cavalry sculpted by Martin Baker.  Angels and Nephilim sculpted by Dave Summers.

Offline Splod

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Re: [KICKSTARTER] 6mm Fantasy Crusader Kingdom
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2020, 11:39:01 PM »
Ooh... 6mm is my favourite scale for a reason  :D

How do people generally base their 6mm fantasy armies? I'm definitely thinking square/rectangle basing, but unsure of actual size... Maybe 60mm x 40mm as single bases? Or 40mm x 15mm with multiple bases per unit?
« Last Edit: September 16, 2020, 12:11:37 AM by Splod »

Offline Microworld Steve

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Re: [KICKSTARTER] 6mm Fantasy Crusader Kingdom
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2020, 11:44:35 AM »
I think it largely depends on the rules you are looking to use.  I typically base on 40x20's for compatibility with a variety of games, and I can always put a couple of bases together for games like Mayhem or Fantasy Rules! that use square basing.  That being said, I have seen folks use larger bases like 60x30's, and they look really impressive.


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