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Yup. Since this campaign ends right around the time that factories close for Chinese New Year, we'll have the Backer Kit open for about 6 weeks. During that time you can upgrade your pledge at any time.Last updated:
It allows you to play the villains as hero characters. It contains Character Dice, Hero Sheets, and Ability cards for the following villains: Shredder, Karai, Bebop, Rocksteady, Baxter, Hun, Foot Clan Ninja/Soldiers, and Purple Dragon. It also contains 4 Villain A.I. cards for the TMNT togive the villains someone to fight against!Last updated:
Change is Constant and City Fall are both considered stand alone sequels to Shadows of the Past. Here's what's new for you in these games:
-All sculpts are brand new, and correctly scaled
-Both games feature a fully co-op mode. No one has to play as the bad guys.
-16 new missions in each game.
-Change is Constant features new villains: Baxter Stockman, (re-tooled) mousers, and the Mega Mouser.
-Change is Constant introduces Small minions, the Mousers, which can actually fit 3 in a space. Making them more deadly as they bunch up and act like a advancing swarm.
-Change is Constant also introduces large minions, the Mega Mouser, that take up multiple spaces and act as blocking terrain.
-City Fall has 3 new heroes: Slash, Old Hob, and Angel. Each hero has their own set of 3 unique hero dice, a Hero Sheet, and Ability cards.
-City fall introduces new villains: Hun and Chunin (Dark Leo), and the Purple Dragons gang.
- Each game has 8 double-sided map tiles instead of 6, and each map features all new art.
The Kickstarter Exclusive add-ons like the Sakai and Deviation boxes, both have an MSRP of $25, but are FREE with your pledge of any single game, as well as their bonus figure. With the All The Loot pledge, you're getting 3 free expansion, and 3 bonus figures, with your pledge before we unlock any stretch goals.Last updated:
When Change is Constant and City Fall release into retail, they will both be priced at $125. There are a few reasons for this:
-Unlike SotP, both games will come with 5 heroes, instead of 4. This means both game will include 3 more character dice than SotP, an additional Hero Sheet, and an additional set of Ability cards over what was in SotP.
-Both games also include the Fully co-op mode which includes initiative cards for all characters and enemies in the box and unique cooperative villain cards for every enemy in the box.
-Both games come with 8 double-sided map tiles, for a total 16, instead of the 5 that came with SotP at retail. An important way to look at this is that, in total, there are 22 new maps in this Kickstarter and only 10 returning ones form SotPLast updated:
All the minis are in the 32mm scale.Last updated:
Yes, just back for $1 and add those to your cart in backer kit.Last updated:
Great question, for retail copies the mission list is as follows:
Change is Constant
15 missions with 4 Hero coop or 4v1
1 mission with 2 Hero coop
1 cross-over mission with 6 Hero coop
11 missions with 4 Hero coop or 4v1
3 missions with 4 Hero coop
1 mission with 1 Hero solo mission
1 missions with 2 Hero coop
1 cross-over mission with 6 Hero coopLast updated:
Why thank you! We think so too. They were done by The Questron Studio.Last updated:
If you are a backer of at least one base box ($125) you will receive codes from Comixology in March unlocking 74 issues of IDW's TMNT Universe.
If you back at $1, there will be a very narrow timing window in the pledge manager where you can upgrade and still receive this perk.Last updated:
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