Frequently Asked Questions
We always endeavour to deliver the Kickstarter pledges before the game is available at retail, however in exceptional circumstances the pledges will deliver slightly after the retail launch. However, we try to avoid this as much as possible!Last updated:
Yes. You must fill out the pledge manager.
If you do not fill out the pledge manager we will not have your address, and you will not get your pledge. We will not be able to guarantee that we will have enough stock to supply your full pledge.Last updated:
If you pledge on this Kickstarter, payment will be taken after 6pm (UK time) Wednesday, November 13th, the same time the project ends. If payment is unsuccessful you will have 14 days to correct your payment details before Kickstarter cancels your pledge.
Because payment is not taken until the campaign closes, you may change your pledge amount as many times as you like during the campaign. Just click ‘Manage my Pledge’ and you can make alterations.Last updated:
Yes! You can pledge any amount during the Kickstarter campaign and you will be sent the pledge manager. If you pledge £1, you’ll still receive the updates and information about the project too, so it’s a great opportunity to keep up to date with what’s happening in the campaign and what stretch goals we unlock.Last updated:
The miniatures are made from PVC plastic (the same used for our Walking Dead miniatures game and Hellboy: The Board Game). They will be supplied assembled but unpainted.Last updated:
'Kickstarter Exclusive' means this item will not be a regular retail release. It will be available during the course of the Kickstarter and may also be available at events Mantic is attending or as part of special offers on the Mantic website.
With League of Infamy, the Wandering Beasts and Siren’s Wrath expansions are Kickstarter Exclusive expansions and will not be a regular retail release. However, the miniatures on their own may be released as part of the Kings of War or Vanguard ranges in the future. In the case of No Half Measures, this will be a limited print run but will be available as a retail release.Last updated:
The Kickstarter Edition of League of Infamy is only available in English.Last updated:
In order to get the optional extras you click 'manage my pledge' and then increase your total amount by the amount required, e.g. £35 for No Half Measures.
After the campaign has finished we will email you the pledge manager. In the pledge manager any extra funds you've pledged during the campaign will become credit to spend in the pledge manager. This is where you choose what optional extras you want to receive.
You can also add extra funds in the pledge manager to pay for any optional extras you want to receive.Last updated:
Although it is *possible* to use the Unseen Keep Master to play the game on your own, you would be missing out on a large portion of the game, which is provided by the Disorder Cards and the general chaos of acting against your fellow players. We’ve put 2-5 players on the recommendation of Needy Cat Games, rather than 1-5, as the game definitely works best when you’re playing with others. As a result, the recommended number of players is 2-5.Last updated:
Standard characters are on 25mm x 25mm bases. The battle cat is on a 25mm x 50mm. The drakon and elf lord on drakon are on 50mm x 50mm a base.
The minis are 28mm scale, like our Kings of War and Vanguard ranges.Last updated:
Answer from lead designer Sophie...
In campaign play, each player scores based on the things they achieved in the game. This is a combination of objectives achieved, loot they've gained and infamy they have earned. Each Villain gains a bonus depending on their position 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. But every Villain does still gain a bonus. Even if they all get captured at the end of a mission, they'll still get something (they may just have to pay back the League of Infamy for breaking them out of jail).
Because of this, until the last dice roll, there's always something to play for. You might get that bit of extra Loot that puts you in 3rd instead of 4th. That last attack might stop you from getting downed in the last turn of the game, so you don't get captured. You might be able to steal a bit of Infamy which gives you the edge in the last round. Because of this, there's very little deliberate 'tanking'.
Of course, I think in any game, a deliberately antagonistic person who is determined to ruin it for everyone else will probably succeed. But that's probably due to their attitude and unwillingness to play in the spirit of the game.
Even if you come last every single game during a campaign, your character will still get Loot and improve bit by bit.Last updated:
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