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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by sea.man » 10 Jun 2011, o 15:09

There is 5-6 people group that plays that game in Wroclaw.
They are very pleased with minis - small, but very detailed.
miniatures painted:
2011 - 83, 2012 - 38, 2013 - 45, 2014 - 56, 2015 - 95, 2016 - 106, 2017 - 22

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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by arctica » 10 Jun 2011, o 15:38

Cool, does look pretty interesting

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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by ToMaZ » 10 Jun 2011, o 17:59

I tried the game.
The mini's are very small, but amazingly detailed. It's 3D design and print of a very good quality. Game itself is good too, but we felt that with the starterpacks alone we were missing some of the fun. The game is quick and fun to play and pretty easy to learn because of consistency.

The downside for me was that it's so small. I'm not really into these tiny scale figs. But these were surely the best I've ever seen.
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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by arctica » 10 Jun 2011, o 19:39

Good review :) how small is small tho?

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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by ToMaZ » 10 Jun 2011, o 20:12

Stolen from the DakkaDakka forums. All images are from 'Behind th Mask'

That's a frigate ship from the blazing sun empire (asian faction) next to an imperial guard

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Cruiser ship, next to frigates:
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Group with the biggest ship out of the starters set and the tiny tiny tiny airplanes included:
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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by arctica » 10 Jun 2011, o 21:02

holy tiny vessels batman, those are tiny >.< but really quite well detailed :) and they look nice.

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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by ToMaZ » 11 Jun 2011, o 09:36

yeah the amount of detail is amazing. Planking on all the ships, doors, rivets...
And unlike fine failcast, the resin quality is very good too.
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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by Skrit » 11 Jun 2011, o 12:19

The game (or miniatures without looking at the rules) reminds me of Man o' War which I absolutely loved so maybe, just maybe I'll check this out if I can find players for it. :)

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Re: Dystopian Wars

Post by arctica » 11 Jun 2011, o 13:56

Heck I'm already pretty interested ^^ I've always liked Man O' War so you'll probably have 1 international opponent lol.

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