The Savage World of Flash Gordon™ on Kickstarter

For those who haven’t been following along at home, not only did our Savage World of Flash Gordon™ Roleplaying Game Kickstarter totally annihilate the original $15,000 goal within its first hour, it is showing no signs of stopping!

That means since last Tuesday, a number of incredible stretch goals have been unlocked for supporters including a selection of all-new metal miniatures (both heroes and villains of Mongo), printed Cliffhanger cards, a gorgeous new print map of Mongo, form-fillable “table tent” cards and character journals, pre-generated archetypes, and lots more! Looking ahead, we’ve got Flash Gordon™ bookmarks, figure flats, combat charts, and even full-color propaganda prints for your game room walls, all ready and waiting to be unlocked.

We also recently announced that actor, Marine, and Savior of the Universe himself, Sam J. Jones (star of the 1980 Dino De Laurentiis Flash Gordon™ film) will be contributing a foreword to the game.

And in Update #4, we revealed a terrific new add-on in the form of a customizable, party-size airscout rocket model kit from our friends with Impudent Mortal, perfectly suited for our official Flash Gordon™ miniatures.

Join the fight for Mongo today and pledge your support for the Savage World of Flash Gordon™ Roleplaying Game for Savage Worlds, now on Kickstarter.

Ming… Must… FALL!

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Add Some Metal (or is that Mettle?) to Your Rippers Games

We are excited to bring you eight new, 25mm Heroic Scale miniatures for Rippers sculpted by master sculptor, Bob Ridolfi.

Included in this range are the Order of St. George Priest and Nun, two Frazer’s Fighters (male and female), two Masked Crusaders (male and female), and two Witch Hunters (male and female). As to be expected from Reaper Miniatures, these eight figures are incredibly detailed and will really add some dimension to your Rippers games!

All eight minis are now available directly from our store here for just $5.99 each!

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Add Some Dimension to Your Deadlands: Noir Games

Noir Minis BundleIf your Deadlands: Noir flatfoots have been feeling a little… “flat,” maybe it’s time to fill ’em out a bit in three dimensions (and we don’t mean forcing them to scarf down a few more beignets at the French Market)!

Sculpted by Reaper Miniatures’ Bob Ridolfi, these snazzy 25mm metal minis will augment your tabletops and help bring the Big Easy to life. Miniatures include: Detective, Femme Fatale, Grifter, Houngan, Patent Scientist, and the legendary Stone.

While all six figures are available individually for only $5.99 each, save yourself some cabbage and grab the whole bundle for just $29.99!


Painting Tutorial: Adding Some Color to The Sixth Gun, Part Four

drakeminiatureThese painting tutorials for our Sixth Gun miniatures are coming at us… fast and furious!

In previous weeks, Boardgamegeek.com user “Sam and Max” has covered Missy Hume, Asher Cobb, and the notorious General Oliander Bedford Hume. This time around, it’s everyone’s favorite six gun-totin’ anti-hero, Drake Sinclair.

While Sam and Max admittedly took a couple liberties with Sinclair’s final painted appearance, it is still a terrific step-by-step guide to making the most of your metal minis.

Find this and Sam and Max’s other excellent Sixth Gun miniature painting tutorials at Boardgamegeek.com. We look forward to seeing which character from The Sixth Gun is comin’ up next!

And if you’re feeling inspired, don’t forget that we have miniatures sets available for a few of our other titles including East Texas University, The Last Parsec, and Deadlands.

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Painting Tutorial: Adding Some Color to The Sixth Gun, Part Three

missyhumeThe step-by-step Sixth Gun miniatures painting guides from Boardgamegeek.com user “Sam and Max” continue with instructions on how to assemble and paint the one and only Missy Hume — that wild-eyed, raven-haired mad-woman straight from the pages of The Sixth Gun Roleplaying Game and comic series.

This detailed tutorial, complete with close-up photos, basing suggestions, and recommendations for colors and inks, will help you make the most out of your official miniature metal Missy from her crimson-colored dress to the barrel of the Fifth Gun clutched in her hands!

Check out this and Sam and Max’s other Sixth Gun miniature painting tutorials over on Boardgamegeek.com today!

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A Galaxy of Miniatures for the Last Parsec

lastparsecIf you’re looking for a unique, easy, fun, and colorful way to populate your Last Parsec games, check out the expansive Last Parsec bundle box of Flat Plastic Miniatures available from ArcKnight.

This 252-piece set of full-color Last Parsec miniatures is available for the low price of just $100. This set comes with 63 bases in a variety of sizes (including flying bases) and with minimal preparation, you can have hordes of beasties marching across your poster maps in minutes!

Check out the photos, videos, and additional details over at ArcKnight‘s website! And while you’re there, take a look at the other Savage Worlds Flat Plastic Miniatures lines for Deadlands: Noir and Weird Wars Rome as well as their many other amazing figures, spell effects, and maps.

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Painting Tutorial: Adding Some Color to The Sixth Gun

6G MinisIf you’ve got a set of exclusive Sixth Gun RPG Miniatures just waiting to be brought to life (or back from the dead), then prep your brushes, set out your paints, and follow along with this superb step-by-step miniature painting tutorial presented by “Sam and Max” over at BoardGameGeek.

First up, he tackles one of the Biggest Bads from the world of The Sixth Gun, General Oliander Bedford Hume!

From white primer to paranormal ectoplasm, this fully-illustrated painting guide is perfect for beginners and experts alike. Reach for your paintbrushes, pardner! And be sure to let them know on BoardGameGeek.com that you want to see more of these fantastic tutorials.

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Preorder The Last Parsec Now!

The Last Parsec Preorders PageStake your claim to space and the future of humanity (and “friends”) today from The Last Parsec Preorder Page! You’ll get any PDFs as soon as they’re available and your physical products are planned to ship during May 2015 (earth time, that is).

This is your first chance to preorder everything from The Last Parsec line-up, including adventures, the GM Screen, tokens, the three system books (each with its own Plot Point Campaign)—even custom dice, Bennies, and miniatures! Check it out today.

Oh, and there’s two things you need to keep in mind if you’re one of our original Last Parsec Kickstarter backers. First, thanks again—you’re fashionable, good-looking, pleasantly aromatic, and generally awesome. Second, you don’t have to preorder anything you’re already getting unless you want another copy. You’ll still be getting everything coming to your backer level through other means.

Get a jump on the future today—it’s not going to wait on you, you know.

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The Last Parsec Archetypes Now Available

The Last Parsec Archetypes Space can be mighty lonely, so it’s best to have some friends. The Last Parsec Archetypes will help you fill that void in the stars and your heart while bringing the known races to your table.

These thirteen ready-to-play archetypes can also be used for PCs, representing iconic JumpCorp crew members from all the core races of the Known Worlds. They’re ready to roll with The Last Parsec rules, the Figure Flats that come with the archetypes, or The Last Parsec Miniatures (which are coming soon).

For a complete list of who’s who (and what’s what), be sure to take a look at The Last Parsec Archetypes today!

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More for ETU/DOH Backers and Fans!

ETU ArchetypesIt’s a big day for East Texas University and Degrees of Horror backers! Both the ETU Adventure Generator and Off Radio (ETU fiction) are now freely available to you. If you didn’t have the chance to back the ETU/Degrees of Horror Kickstarter, these will both be coming your way later.

The ETU Archetypes are also available today. With twelve different characters (from jock to journalist and geek to rodeo queen) ready to go, including stats and figure flats, you’re ready to fill your ETU game with friendly freshman faces from the first! If you’re more of a three-dimensional purist, don’t worry—ten of the archetypes are the base models for the first batch of ETU Miniatures.

Are you still somehow on the fence? You should consider a career as a rodeo clown and be sure to catch the recording of Jerrod Gunning’s Savage Worlds GM Hangout tonight, July 15, for Beelzebubba, a live play demo of ETU!

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