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  1. So hey, I'm back with a new release - well, okay it was back in December. Anyhow, to any interested parties who might enjoy a Space Western yarn with a bit of thematic ground akin to Malifaux... If you're interested, check it out at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077VR63BJ Thank you, gentle Wyrdos, for your consideration.
  2. M2E Single-Piece Sculpts?

    I have to both agree and reinforce this point. It really cannot be over-stated that this is the case.
  3. Parker with Bishop and Hans

    As for what to get w/ Parker.. a few things not mentioned yet: Johan: Johan's pretty much mandatory. He's phenomenal, and he's a bargain at 7ss. At 6ss for Outcasts, he's ridiculously good. Big Jake: A great scheme runner, card-engine, and surprise attack to swing dicey situations on Turn 5. Great for certain take-and-hold strategies, too. Sue: Just a great big bag of wonderful abilities. As a bonus, they all fit Parker's aesthetic pretty well, too.
  4. Parker with Bishop and Hans

    I've actually heard the exact opposite re: Hans vs. Trapper.... but mind, it was in a matter of Hans v. Trapper for use with Tara...
  5. Serpentarium's Malifaux Mondays - HEAVY PICS

    Seriously, this. As phenomenal (and I do mean phenomenal) as all your work is, the separate irises are what may be the most mind-blowing bits of all.
  6. Archie

    I want the adorable lug in melee as quickly as possible, and I want things trapped in melee with him until they're naught but a fine, red mist.
  7. Archie

    I like Leap and the Tentacle myself.
  8. Is anyone doing well with Talos?

    He's really pretty easy - the only bit that confused me were his sabatons. I've only had one game so far, but Talos was great. His low Defense is a real pain at range but against bigger targets he closes with he can really do work - he ate Lilitu, Coppelius, and Lelu in that game, and then the Wretches chewed them up while they were held. It was beautiful.
  9. Monday Preview - Gunner

    This mini would be almost enough to make me consider playing Guild.
  10. Malifaux App Launched!

    My only device is a Kindle Fire. Any chance the app will be coming to the Amazon app store, or am I out of luck here?
  11. What is the appeal of M3E?

    There is none, to me. Buying the books for new editions, new cards, etc. is a huge money-drain for the less-than-flush gamers among us.
  12. New Outcast Player - Is Parker competitive?

    Yeah, honestly he's a solid generalist. If your venue is 'pick one Master and stick with it".. as was said, that's arguably where he'd shine the most. He can shoot decently (he doesn't hit immensely hard, but he hits decently well with the built in ), he's decently resilient (especially at range and especially with his new Wave 5 upgrade), and his Totem is a cheap, decently effective healer. His entire thematic crew is fairly quick and he's no exception, and his upgrades (and Mad Dog) let him deal with terrain both creating and ignoring.
  13. Wave 5 Master Upgrades: Arcanists

    Raspy's my only Arcanist Master.... but my gods, both of those upgrades sound glorious and I want them. Especially as I love her for her thematic crew...
  14. New Outcast Master upgrades?

    Those new Parker upgrades... I was intending to get this anyway, now I'm utterly sold. The fact that both are western video game references just makes it better...
  15. LGBT characters?

    @Astrella "Can" and "should" by who's measurements and decisions? Popular consensus of a society? Fallible and prone to horrific excesses. If little Jimmy Klansman wants to spew ignorance, he's permitted, and has every right to do it. One must recall, in nearly every case any given position, right or wrong, popular or unpopular, will have an opposite opinion - and which one holds dominance at any given time can transform abruptly. Censorship and condemnation of any form of artistic expression or creative endeavor only empowers social regression. Whether by 'moral imperative' or any other principle. The tool that is used for 'progress' today to squash regression and bigotry can all too easily turn on its wielder when the definitions of 'social acceptability' are changed. Precedent is a dangerous thing. All expression is free, or none is - and again, those supporting the stifling of free expression, no matter how vile, are traditionally not good people. @Dogmantra Ah, see I agree on that point. Free expression does not mean 'free from consequence' and yes, in that regard I agree. Apologies for the misunderstanding. But criticism and demanding suppression are two separate things - just as criticism and persecution are two separate things, yeah?