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Rise of the Titans!

Posted by Monolith Board Games LLC (Creator)
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They are here! Four of the largest models you’re ever likely to see on a game board, and all in the same box!

All four of these powerful characters are classes as Titans in the game, though as some of you will know they aren’t always regarded as Titans in the background. Regardless of their technical classification, and call them what you will, on the battlefield they are bigger and more powerful than Gods!

Remember that Titans normally give you 2RP less to recruit your army with than a God would. Typhon is an exception to this: he gives you -4RP instead of -2RP. You’ll see why.

The $59 Rise of the Titans add-on includes:

  • 1 Kronos miniature, plus dashboard, stat clip, and activation cards.
  • 1 Gaia miniature, plus dashboard, stat clip, Root tokens, and activation cards.
  • 1 Enceladus miniature, plus dashboard, stat clip, and activation cards.
  • 1 Typhon miniature, plus dashboard, stat clip, Tornado tokens, and activation cards.
  • 1 mini-campaign in 5 scenarios.

A BIG Campaign in a Small Package

The Titanomachy campaign is a series of battles between Gods and Titans. Any mortals present had better beware, for they are witnessing events upon which the future of the world turns. The forces involved are titanic!

The first 4 scenarios are designed for 2 player co-op play against a game-controlled Titan. Each scenario features a different Titan from this box, so you get to meet them all individually. Each of these first 4 scenarios is played on a different map from the core box.

The last outing is a final showdown between these 4 Titans plus Atlas on one side, and the Gods on the other. This is a competitive scenario with 1-2 players on each side (so 2-4 players in total).

Kronos

Artwork by Loïc Muzy
Artwork by Loïc Muzy

This ancient and powerful king ruled the world before most of the characters in the game existed. During his centuries in Tartarus, his aura of ancient majesty has attracted a cloud of Shades who swarm round him like sycophantic followers. This serves only to enhance his already imposing presence.

Artwork by Loïc Muzy
Artwork by Loïc Muzy

Kronos is awesomely dangerous. In combat, he not only cripples his enemies physically, he cripples their ability to act by removing cards when he damages them. This is rather more powerful than it might at first appear (and it doesn’t appear feeble to start with). If he can do this to the enemy God then he doesn’t even have to kill them, as it will buy him enough time to win on his own - while they stand awed by his majesty.

Artwork by Loïc Muzy
Artwork by Loïc Muzy

With stats this good, 2 Art of War cards for your deck, 5 activations and simple Powers that just make him even deadlier in a fight, Kronos is probably the easiest of the Titans to play. You won’t need to be terribly subtle as you can carve a whole through almost any defence. Almost. He might have a bit of trouble with his mum: Gaia.

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron & Irek Zielinski

Gaia

Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez
Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez

In her true form, Gaia is far too big to fit on the board. In fact, she would be more accurately represented as the board itself! However, when she wants to influence events and interact with other Titans and Gods, she is able to manifest herself in this titanic form – appearing as a cross between a giantess and an enormous dryad.

Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez
Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez

Gaia is the hardest unit to kill in the game. She is the Earth: eternal, though this small avatar she has projected can eventually be destroyed. You will have to work hard for your victory though, as she is surrounded by tangling Roots, and regenerates her great pool of vitality every activation – at a double rate if she has had a chance to put out enough Roots.

Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez
Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez

Anyone who has played the game from the core box will know how hard it is to kill the Hydra – typically taking something like 4 consecutive activations from 3 or 4RP melee-focussed units. The Hydra has fewer vitality than Gaia, a defence of 7 rather than 9, and cannot double the rate it recovers.

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

 

Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski
Sculpted by Aragorn Marks & Irek Zielinski

Note also that Gaia is protected spatially by her Roots as well. She can slow or stop attacks before they start by careful deployment of her Roots, and while the enemy are fighting their way past these impediments, Gaia and the rest of her army have a free hand to do as they please.

Enceladus

Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi
Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi

This furious walking volcano is a Kickstarter Exclusive miniature.

Enceladus used to look quite different, but untold centuries of being marinaded in lava has changed him utterly. Any vestige of happiness or carefree delight in the world has been brutally stamped from his character by the endless years of pain he has endured. Now he has the patience of an already erupting volcano, and like a river of lava he is best avoided rather than confronted.

Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi
Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi

Looking at his basic stats, you might be excused for thinking that Enceladus was fairly ordinary (for a Titan). He doesn’t stand out in numbers of activation cards, brings no Art of War cards at all, and a “mere” attack and defence of 9 is hardly special (when you’re a Titan). But you don’t bring him for his basic stats; you bring him for his Powers.

Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi
Artwork by Guillem H. Pongiluppi

Powers that are so devastating they cost 3 Art of War cards are not common. In fact, Typhon is the only other unit that has one. So, when you see that Fury of Etna has this cost you know it’s going to be good.

Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen
Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen

In essence, Enceladus is a walking volcano who erupts whenever you find enough Art of War cards to wind him up. This is a huge area of 8 dice attacks, and if you position him well then it could cripple the whole opposing army in one go. Of course, with a blast of this scale, the possibility of friendly fire accidents is high – not that Enceladus cares. As long as it gets him closer to roasting Athena over a slow fire then he’s happy with the carnage.

Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen
Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen

 

Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen
Sculpted by Stéphane Nguyen

 

32mm Spartan miniature only for scale
32mm Spartan miniature only for scale

From the other side of the battlefield, Enceladus is a problem. You simply don’t want to be anywhere near him – that goes doubly so for sharing an area with him, where his Searing Heat will fry you every turn at no cost to the big guy. He’s obviously going to have trouble finding enough Art of War cards to unleash the Fury of Etna very often, but he won’t need to do it all the time. And, if he plays carefully, he always starts with enough cards in his hand…

Typhon

Artwork by Stefan Kopinski
Artwork by Stefan Kopinski

It isn’t hard to see why Zeus was worried.

Artwork by Stefan Kopinski
Artwork by Stefan Kopinski

Typhon is so spectacularly dangerous that he gets -4RP to recruit his army with instead of the normal Titan -2. Danger: that’s the keynote here.

Artwork by Stefan Kopinski
Artwork by Stefan Kopinski

What is it that makes Typhon such a threat? Let’s start with having 6 activation cards: more activation cards than anyone else in the game. The extra cards mean that he’s more likely to have one to hand when he might want to retaliate, making him even more dangerous to attack than you might expect from his already impressive stats. Plus, extra activation cards can either allow him to run rings round his foes so they can’t hurt him (as if they could anyway), scoop up Omphalos to absorb, or attack his foes as and where he chooses (something made much easier by being a move 3 flyer). Wait - a move 3 flyer with these stats? That’s an insane ability to get where he wants and with these combat stats there’s not much that’s going to be happy about Typhon dropping in on them unannounced. If your God is even slightly fragile you need serious Guard abilities to hand.

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

Coupled with Typhon’s own talent for Mighty Throw (and with 10 dice that’s going to happen a lot) he also kicks up mini Tornados wherever he goes. This is based on Hesiod’s description of the defeated Typhon being thrown into Tartarus by Zeus. Speaking of Zeus, he’s a pale shadow of his former self, now that Olympus has been shattered. I suspect that fight may turn out quite differently now.

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

 

Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron
Sculpted by Arnaud Boudoiron

Leaving the most spectacular Power till last, we come to Tempest. If you’ve seen a game, or played in a demo, where the Minotaur gets to do his thing, you’ll know how dangerous his move 2, 6 dice Charge is. Tempest is the big brother of Charge. Instead of attacking every model in 2 areas, he does it in 3. Like Charge, tempest cannot be stopped, but unlike Charge tempest uses 8 dice. And that many targetable 8 dice attacks (which you can’t retaliate against) is why this costs 3 Art of War cards. Don’t want that happening every turn.

Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez
Artwork by Stéphane Gantiez

The Rise of the Titans box is one of the black boxes in the TITAN and TYPHON add-on bundles. Revealing it makes those already great deals look even better:

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CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BUNDLES

 

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CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BUNDLES

 

Don’t forget that these bundles are ADD-ONS, not stand-alone products. You will need a God pledge (either EB or normal) to use them.

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    1. benisa63 on

      Will we have a way to paint these sculpts from Martin Grandbarbe in the compandium ? I don't think that it will be easy to paint these titans because of the models which are technical and strange for the case of Anceladus.

    2. Back5 on

      I want to like this addon so badly, but I just cannot. These sculpts are just hideous. Much needed improvements and I will be completely sold on them.

    3. Mathieu Sauve Leroux on

      Not impressed at all by this box.
      Enceladus reminds me of Mr Hanckey from southpark. Its like a handcuffed giant turd.
      Gaia on the other end looks like she's ready to bust some twerk moves with that bum.
      I dont understand the texture on Chronos scythe, and whoever sculpted the smoke seems to have lacked confidence with the pinching. The flow of the lines is very messy overall.

      I think the "monster esque" approach to these deities was a very bad idea to begin with. You should have kept to the classical interpretation and then give it a subtle artistic liberty. A real shame because the majority of sculpts in this game and Conan are very well executed.

    4. Bazz
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      Quite a few ppl have said that Rick and of course no disrespect is meant to artist or sculptor but just doesn't look right for this game. Hoping he may get some much needed improvement as walking volcano is a cool idea he just looks quite wrong which is a shame.

    5. Rick on

      Not a big fan of the face of Enceladus. Looks a little cartoony.

    6. Sage Smith on

      New team idea. Team never die: Gaia, Achilles, and the hydra.

    7. Pedro Nunes on

      Enceladus could be improved, but I love the other 3 titans sculpts. The smoke on Kronos will be nice to paint. I usually prefer that they stick to classical Greek, but I also have no use for so many humanoid giants (with the same proportions as normal humans). As long as it looks cool on a D&D table, I'm OK with it. Not a fan of the hell judges for example.

    8. glenbruton on

      Looks good to me.

    9. Angeldust on

      Nice models, not for this game though, nothing to do with titans...

    10. Herbert Geekswain on

      Where have Typhon's fangs gone? The artwork shows massive canines that look amazing and terrifying, but they seem to be missing from the render. QW?

    11. Bazz
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      Ps except ATLAS whom I Love but again like others seems he is well underpowered now compared to the other titans and hope this is addressed soon :)

    12. Bazz
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      Its always nice to have a proper and polite discussion where difference of opinions are concerned so thanks for that all :) I must point out that all though I don't like the direction the Titans went (and like many think they need to redo Enceladus) ie more greek over just giant monsters, NOTHING will stop me LOVING this game. Its the best on kickstarter, the best value and the best team :) It was bound to happen sooner or later that there would be one thing I didn't like and its just a shame its the Titans.

    13. Dorthonion on

      I have taken a longer look at the new titans. I am assuming that these only exist as 3D sculpts at present so they can be adjusted (in theory).
      Typhon - I would leave him as he is - he is large and scary, looks like he is on the rampage - perfect!
      Gaia - the bress concept is bothering some people - I don't mind though perhaps it could be tweaked so that it looked more like woven roots/fine branches, rather than fabric; adding that sort of texture would make painting easier and the final result even more amazing
      Kronos - the smoke billowing around him is a shade too much like whipped ice-cream - damned hard to execute in plastic and the rest of the mini is fine.
      Enceladus - I see where the design is coming from. The shackles are far too neat compared to those on Typhon - they need to look more battered/aged. The figure - maybe the face is not frightening enough. We would really need to see painted versions of the minis but these are just my thoughts.

    14. r-adv on

      Titans with Atlas with the same scale... and helios to compare.
      http://imgur.com/a/317Uz

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      Christian Dharma on

      @Jerome Loisel

      I have to agree, the power balance of Atlas compared to these titans seems a little off.

    16. Timmo Warner on

      I have to agree re: Gaia. A dress on a character like that (and supposedly at that scale) is kind of silly. If they're going to clothe her I'm sure there are better options.

    17. W.A. on

      I agree with EATENG and Branwell not classic looking at all! They are to fantasy (GW) and Cthulhu like; they don’t feel classic Greek at all. Why would Gaia be wearing a dress she is a force of nature here and they have not had any problem with near nudity before just look at Circe, just use some branches or something to cover her up. Also I have huge problem with Enceladus and I don’t know how to say this politely it looks like something found in the toilet. In my opinion it’s the worst sculpt they have done, if you look past that its pose is so twinned and not dynamic at all... They have done some truly amazing sculpts in this Kickstarter nearly all the gods and atlas are true epic sculpts.

    18. Herbert Geekswain on

      @Bazz and Branwell: And I couldn't disagree more! :D That picture is tedious in the extreme. It looks like a grown up cherub got hold the grim reaper's scythe! I really like the direction Mythic have taken with all the titan's, portraying them as monster-like and further from 'human' than the gods. Remember - these are the progenitors of many of the monsters and have been trapped and tortured in Tartarus for eons.

      But I guess that's the thing with art and personal taste...it tends to be personal. No one is 'right' and no one is 'wrong'.

      Personally, I'm not that keen on the Enceladus but absolutely love the others. I agree Gaia would be improved by making her more 'organic' in form and vestment, but it's still a great sculpt.

    19. Can Wetherilt on

      Is it just me or does Kronos' left leg look a little dislodged? Maybe not too obvious due to the whipped cream oozing out of its netherparts. Just putting it out there...

    20. Stéphane Dassieu
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      C'est la première fois que je suis déçu de la production. Il y a toujours eu des figurines que je trouvais plus ou moins réussies mais les goûts diffèrent selon les personnes, et cela restait cohérent.
      Après autant de buzz sur les titans, je m'attendais à autre chose voici mon opinion :
      Les idées sont chouette mais la réalisation, y compris les dessins ne sont pas de très bon goût.
      Chronos en Lancou morbide... bof, vu et revu. On se croirait dans du Games Worskshop et ça ne cadre pas vraiment avec le thème et l'esthétique général du jeu jusqu'à présent.
      Enceladus a l'air stupide avec ses proportions étranges. Pour un titan, il n'est pas impressionnant.
      Gaia est la plus ratée, ne m'évoque pas Gaia mais un demon sorti d'un film de série Z. Et puis la robe en tissu est effectivement une idée saugrenue.
      Typhon ressemble à Cthulhu mais ce n'est pas une mauvaise chose pour moi, surtout que le model est vraiment soigné.
      Je me demande si l'accumulation d'opinions négatives peut inciter l'équipe envisager une seconde proposition...

    21. Monsieur H on

      Enceladus look like a trashed mini. Dislike it.

    22. Marco
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      dam auto correction

    23. Marco
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      First of all I want to say these minis are mostly amazing (except for Enceladus, looks like a giant baby which lost it's pacifier).

      Still I would prefer some minor changes to Gaia, like a more human face. And of course I know why a dress *cough* blobs *cough*, but please redo it.
      And, if possible, I would like to see more of Thypons face, like on the stat card. While the actual pose looks terrific, screaming at the sky depicts imho more the anger and rage at the gods.

      Just my two cents.

    24. Michael Smaragdakis on

      By the way, here you picked wrong either the name of the addon or the team of the characters. Which is weird as you seem to have made a careful job to be accurate and true to the mythos. Only Kronos was a Titan. And while his miniature is at least impressive, it seems that you tried to hang on the story of him chopping Uranus with a scythe, and depicted him as a figure we all know either as Death or Devil. You could work it better here I believe. Don't get me wrong though, I am extremely impressed from your work overall. Just think that pointing some things is always useful for you.

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      Jens Larsen on

      I prefer the current monstrousness of the titans. As I understand it, the Greeks considered the Titans to be sort of primordial forces, chaos given form, and controlled by capricious minds. The gods that came after were more human in both appearance and temper.

      It is sort of a progression towards humanity. From empty chaos to Uranus and Gaia to titans to the gods. And finally humans.

      And if we look at how horrible some of the things Zeus is credited with doing was, imagine that an order of magnitude worse. So from the point of view, having Titans - and titans returning after being improsoned in Tarterus for who knows how long at that - represented as being only remotely human-looking, that is not a long stretch. Not for me.

      These guys are given a second chance by fate. And they are not going to be too restrained about it. Not if defeat means going back to Tarterus. All the stops have been pulled. All their chaotic power inherited from their own father and mother is being brought to bear. Power that is only one step (!) removed from chaos.

      Nope, I dont have a problem with monstrous-looking Titans.

      But I agree the Gaia's dress is silly. Give her barky skin and patches of moss if you wish to hide something, but do not diminish the sense of primordial earth power in her.

      And Enceladus should not have eyebrows that make him look as if he worries. That is a tad cartoony.

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      AndreaAlberti; AoUA, AGL 589 on

      Cronos, Enceladus and Typhon are fine (unnecessarily fantasy in my opinion, but still ok).
      But why make Gaia a monster (especially the face and teeth)? After having depicted Scilla and Echidna as beautiful women (in their upper half, that is), this decision is baffling to say the least.

    27. Bazz
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      Couldn't agree more Branwell, that was the direction I hoped they wud go :)

    28. Josh R.Zammit on

      @Richard Jarman: I love the idea to make Gaia covered in moss and Ivy, maybe even make her limbs a little more tree/rock to emulate that her embodiment was formed from the materials of earth!

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      Branwell on

      While I appreciate the artistry of these figures, perhaps, as with Conan, we may eventually be able to buy alternate scuptures of these Titans (especially Cronos and Gaia) more in keeping with Greek mythology... something closer to: http://religionnerd.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/cronos.jpg

    30. Josh R.Zammit on

      I love this expansion, the models look fantastic. It's like being locked in the depths of Tartarus for centuries has left them darkly deformed all the while brooding in their anger has made them unstable vengeance fueled harbingers of destruction!

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      DPooley on

      Typhon while I can see the Cthulu esqueness is quite significantly different. The snakes are his hair not tenatcular over his mouth. Lovely sculpt. I don't particularly like the Enceladus sculpt. Reminds me too much of a bad D&d troll sculpt

    32. Bazz
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      I will always be honest with feedback and say all though these minis are impressive (bar Enceladus, sorry just doesn't look right, to cartoony maybe) I was hoping they would go down a different route-similar to the amazing Atlas. Yes they look fantastic but to me they look like giant monsters and like I said was hoping it would go down a diff route but still LOVE this game and glad they have made a lot of fans happy :)

    33. Colin
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      Gaia in a dress is still okay but Gaia with sharp evil looking teeth, that I am not for it. I am still getting this expansion, I am just hoping her teeth can be file down to look closer to the art on the stats card.

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      EATENG on

      I agree with a previous poster that while these are beautifully illustrated and sculpted, they really don't evoke the feeling of greek mythology. With the exception of Typhon, who actually matches his many descriptions, the other titans feel too monstrous. I feel Atlas was the perfect combination of taking artistic liberties and remaining faithful to greek mythology. Kind of on the fence with this expansion.

    35. Eyne Nacht on

      Gaia in a dress is a bit ridiculous, but the other "minis" are Amazing!

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      Joe Douglas on

      The models look amazing, especially Typhon who matches his mythological description perfectly. But I don't get why you'd go with a giant instead of Perses, the Titan of volcanic destruction.

    37. Alvaro Santamaria Martinez on

      Love Kronos, Enceladus and Typhon. They're amazing. However, I have a problem with Gaia. That dress... I don't like it. It looks weird. And I think I'm not the only one who thinks that.

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      Richard Jarman on

      Loving kronos and typhon. I would possible change gaias face and possibly cover her up with moss and ivy rather than a dress. I would love to see encaludus have is head shaped more like a Greek helmet with lava pouring out of the eye slits. This is just my opinion, that it would make some great figures into epic ones. Either way I am happy to see them. They are in a good place...

    39. Michael Smaragdakis on

      Ok... So, I was thinking of trying to get my hand at least on KS exclusive stuff. Now that just made my choises easier. I am not buying this, and probably some more I was lured till now. While 60$ is not a bad deal for 4 miniatures of that size, with one of them limited, this package has the label "Collectors Only" on it. In my opinion it adds little diversity to the game for its price. And while it will offer great value to whoever is looking at it as an investment, I am pretty sure I'll keep this one in my collection. For that reason I don't get enough value, and I can't afford to buy everything anyway. Nice add on or not, I think you are overstretching us...

    40. Rodrigo Maia Manique on

      All of them are awesome!

    41. Paireon, lumberjack of Brimstone
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      Well I, personally, welcome our new Titan overlords. Those "minis" are awesome.

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      Branwell on

      I must second the sentiments of Olivier Timsit. As a child my fairy tales of choice came from D'Aulaire's Greek Mythology. I was disappointed with Poseidon as I felt he was not in keeping with classical mythology but kept silent. But I must admit to being deeply disappointed with Cronus and Gaia. The gods and titans were powerful, capricious, and often quite destructive but they were not evil. I feel these figures are straying into the Cthulu and Demonic territory and this is quite disappointing since these genres and styles are well covered in other games.

    43. Belisarius
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      on

      The Cthulhu titan looks amazing but the others dont really capture the concept art. If these could be bought separately i would definitely get Cthulhu, but i cant justify the cost of the full box just to get him

    44. Clint Lee Werner
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      Don't care what anyone says, these are great. Typhon is just about everything that could be wanted of the character and he does fit with the varied descriptions in the myths. The others - yes, liberties taken but I think in a very good way.

    45. Ukail on

      Gaïa's dress is the only thing I regreat.
      Kronos and Typhon are awesome.

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      Le Vern Xavier on

      This extension is just awesome ! Typhon and Kronos are among the best models of this game ! well done !

    47. Thuillier Loic on

      Thanks for this titans, they are amazing !
      impressives ! and the campagne is crazy, scenario five will be played and played !

    48. Herbert Geekswain on

      Typhon and Chronos OMFG! Absolutely amazing guys, really awesome and well done. I'm not so hot on the fire dude, but he's still very cool, if you'll excuse the turn of phrase. I think his manacles are a bit shiny, sort of look fake.

      I get what people are saying about Gaia's dress, it would perhaps have been better to have any covering to be more organic, perhaps having earthy things crawling over her skin. But it's still a very impressive mini and I think the painting will make it - green glowing eyes will distract focus from the homespun dress!

      All in all, a great set and I.m definitely in!! Thanks Mythic.

    49. Panagiotis Zinoviadis on

      @quickworthy. Please check the meaning of the word sycophantic for the kronos' shadows. I think that you meant something else. Cheers.