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SalvationAndSteel
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Hi guys,

Brand new here, and just now spreading the word about something we're trying.

Long story short it's a fantasy skirmish game and we're beinging out a range of 28mm models to play it with - and I've attached the image of our first one.

The rules will be free, and we'll be getting v1.1 into the public domain within the next week in order to playtest it.

If you want to follow us we're upding http://www.facebook.com/salvationandsteel and I'll be browing this forum in the hope of picking up a final couple of tips on how to do this well!

Thanks for taking the time to read this :)

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BenMora
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I just sent you a message,

I just sent you a message, and then totally just saw your post! Welcome!
Wow, that looks LEGIT! Do you do the 3d modeling yourself?

I recommend checking out Jamie Stegmaier's blog if you haven't already. As per this post (http://stonemaiergames.com/kickstarter-lesson-84-coordinating-staggered-...) I recommend putting your launch and end dates on the Google Spreadsheet that he links there, so as to prevent your launch overlapping another similar project.

Another tip that has helped me really get into the zone and mindset of going full steam ahead, is to put a count-down widget on your smart phone homescreen. There's something supernatural about how seeing that really increases your urgency to be productive in the time leading up to your launch.

Thanks for sharing about your project!
-Ben Mora
Mora Games

SalvationAndSteel
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Thanks Ben! Have visited his

Thanks Ben! Have visited his site and I took your advice and popped my project into his spreadsheet!

I designed the miniatures but fortunately there are people much better than me who've done the actual sculpting! :)

Thanks for the advice, even though I've put a lot of thought into all of this I am certain that I've got much more to learn along the way, hehe!

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