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About Ray

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  • Birthday 04/20/1980

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    Outcasts, Ten Thunders
  1. I would love to hear more about this too!
  2. I often wonder why not just include the instructions into our boxes? I end up having to print it on my own when I'm working far from a computer or tablet
  3. I'm new to the game hence the question. Thanks for clarifying
  4. I'm a little confused. Just had a look into the errata and compared the images on the website to my cards in hand. The cards and images are exactly the same for most except for Misaki and leveticus (I play thunders and outcasts). Cards such as Malifaux child and all the thunder upgrades are exactly the same. Is there a reason why wyrd put them up?
  5. I think this is an excellent idea. I would pay for the tokens. I mean it can be something really quite simple on plastic on the sprue that our minis come in. Costing just a little more but it would look so aesthetically pleasing as wyrd has a very strong design team.
  6. Been playing this game for a bit and have been using some tokens that I secured online. I have played other games like wmh and x wing. Just the other day I was looking at a table with a game of Malifaux going on and I had to stop to understand what was going on. They used a different brand of tokens. It occurred to me that Malifaux would be easier to understand if wyrd actually stipulated or created standardized tokens aka x wing. For the longest time wmh didn't have official tokens but when they came out, it made battle reports and tournaments a smoother experience. Less time was spent explaining to your opponent what was this and that token representing. I was wondering if you felt the same? Could wyrd made tokens be a good step for the game?
  7. Nicely done. What else do you bring with ototto?