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Subject: Is this game dead in terms of future expansions? rss

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Stew Woods
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Hi all,

HUGE fan of RotW and was just wondering if anyone knows if there are any plans for future expansions?

Cheers in advance
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Eagle's Facebook page lists a kickstarter start date of December 13 for Railways of Nippon.
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OOOOOH!

Thanks for the heads up!
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mister allen wrote:
Eagle's Facebook page lists a kickstarter start date of December 13 for Railways of Nippon.


I need to mark my calendar for that. Don't want to miss out.
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mister allen wrote:
Eagle's Facebook page lists a kickstarter start date of December 13 for Railways of Nippon.


This game could really use boards for Japan & India. Would it be too much to ask for the Kickstarter to include both?
 
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mister allen wrote:
Eagle's Facebook page lists a kickstarter start date of December 13 for Railways of Nippon.


https://www.facebook.com/events/2086243358267799/

Link in case anybody was looking for it.
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Also a huge RotW Fan here, anything new would be most welcome!
 
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I'm very suprised. I hope they adde more attention to detail than the last map they kickstarted.
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Also, work is underway for a complete rules compendium.

More later!
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SFRR wrote:
Also a huge RotW Fan here, anything new would be most welcome!


Have you tried any of the fan made stuff in the files section?
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cubeconvict wrote:
SFRR wrote:
Also a huge RotW Fan here, anything new would be most welcome!


Have you tried any of the fan made stuff in the files section?


no, but that's a great idea, I love fan made stuff!
 
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Why the heck does Eagle need a Kickstarter to publish a map and a deck of cards?
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SFRR wrote:
cubeconvict wrote:
SFRR wrote:
Also a huge RotW Fan here, anything new would be most welcome!


Have you tried any of the fan made stuff in the files section?


no, but that's a great idea, I love fan made stuff!


Of the fanmade stuff, California is excellent, but needs 4+ players. Middle Earth is epic, but is designed for 6-8 players.

I found the NE corridor to be rather dry and uniform, in the same way that the Age of Steam rust belt map is. I haven't tried the others.
 
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Looks like the date has been pushed back to January 10.
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dr.mrow wrote:
Why the heck does Eagle need a Kickstarter to publish a map and a deck of cards?
To invert the risk-reward basis of capitalism. They transfer all risk to you (the backers) and they reap the rewards too. Nice - if you are OK with being despised for doing it.
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