We've crossed our first stretch goal, allowing us to bind the books in biphase carbide*, making each book sturdier and more likely to survive your next battle. With tac-nukes flying about, the last thing you want to worry about is your manual falling apart! Congratulations to everyone now that we've passed our first hurdle beyond funding!
Which brings us to our next hurdle . . . as mentioned, this will include a die-cut Mark IV, in the same manner as all Ogre units in Ogre Sixth Edition. Despite not being plastic, this may be used in conjunction with other plastic Ogre Miniatures, as the scale is exactly the same. Although I hope to see all Ogre units rendered in plastic, providing this Ogre within this project brings gaming options and versatility to the tabletop quicker.
But the die-cut sheet is much bigger than one Mark IV Ogre. As implied, you can expect to see at least one Laser Tower and one Laser Turret, probably more (faction undetermined, at this time). That said, I'd like to invite everyone to weigh in on what structures they'd prefer to see. Note that this is not a formal survey, but rather, simply an informal discussion as to what people are interested in. No promises! Consider this market research. Please post your thoughts and interests in the comment section.
Congrats again on reaching the hardbound copies of the book. Onward and upward!
- Drew Metzger
* biphase carbide being defined as standard hardbound book-binding in 2018 for this reference!