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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

More Raging Heroes TGG arrives!

 UPS showed up at the house a few minutes ago with another big pile of the Toughest Girls in the Galaxy (TGG) from the first Raging Heroes Kickstarter!

We've been looking for this box for a while and it's anticipated arrival has been a huge motivating factor in my getting the house unpacked in record time.
 Looking inside at the horde of ziplocks thinking... "I'llhave to take these apart to ID the minis and see what is here..."  but wait!

What are those strange markings on the bags?
 Awesome!  Color coded and ID tagged for type with easy to navigate symbols... a Red M is a Kuganova Mecha, while a Green M is the Jailbird version!  This is a huge improvement for me as I previously had to label each bag myself while doing the inventory... now I just have to label the singles... the the Were-shewolves and the characters.
Here you see KST Artillery, a trike, Mecha, and Bikes!  aswell as some, always welcome, cool art coasters!  Which are getting a lot of practical use here in Germany.

Thats all I have time for at the moment... but expect a real good look at these very soon!

Build it!
Paint it!
Play it!

2 comments:

  1. Can't wait to get my sisters when they finally start shipping!

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    1. I'm just now getting a good look at this batch. I think it'll be worth the wait. I've been buying their stuff since a few years before the first TGG and, while always daring, innovative, and unusually clean and graceful, the sculpts had some very soft definition to the detail that took me a long time to get used to painting. This batch really shows all of the learning and process improvement that they have been working on. Their improved workflow isn't just making it easier for them to turn out a good product... its made the actual sculpts better.... more defined and with fewer crazy sprue interactions and offsets that came from the digital print side of things. This is getting close to the end of the first Kickstarter production run and the things are looking amazing! Oh... and the Mecha! Om nom nom!

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