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Cooperative board game set in a nightmare-horror world. Fight for your life, scavenge, craft, and band together to survive.
Cooperative board game set in a nightmare-horror world. Fight for your life, scavenge, craft, and band together to survive.
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Lantern Festival - Canceled

Posted by Kingdom Death (Creator)

As of this moment, I have canceled the Lantern Festival.



This was a very hard decision to make. It comes from a place of utmost respect and dedication to the brand... not common sense or practical business money-making logic.

Everyone is being issued a $45 refund (per pledged lantern festival) via paypal. We are covering the -11% kickstarter fees that we lost from funds collected during the 2012-2013 campaign. If you do not have a paypal account at that email address, you can easily set one up by following the instructions on your refund email from paypal.

WE DO NOT SUPPORT THE SALE OF PLEDGES. If you sold your pledge or bought a pledge from another individual, you must contact them. We can only send the refund to the official email address we have on file.

If you have any issues, need help, would prefer store credit or would simply like us to keep the money and waive your refund, please visit our support page at for more information and to contact us.

I was unsatisfied with the expansion. It failed to live up to the Kingdom Death standard. In the future, it is likely that I will create another product that uses the same miniatures but it will not be the Lantern Festival I pitched in the 2012 - 2013 kickstarter. I love Kingdom Death and the sad fact is that we are all stuck with a crazy creator!

There are a lot of reasons. Most importantly, it failed to live up to my expectations.

That’s not a good enough reason!
I agree. I’ll elaborate. It all ties back to the essential experiences that make up Kingdom Death: Monster. Overwhelming odds, tactical strategy, evolution, surprises, accessibility, hard developmental choices and building survivor miniatures. Lantern Festival had some, but NOT all of these things.

It was pitched to EXTEND the current timeline, meaning only the small fraction of players who completed the core game could enjoy it, killing its accessibility. Most of our player base has yet to finish playing all the current expansions, which makes extending the main campaign in the way the Lantern Festival was pitched, a less than ideal choice.

Since there were no armor sets (just the twilight cloak), it led to a significant lack of accomplishment and not much evolution. The game felt incomplete when you weren’t chasing a new armor set or making hard decisions about the best gear you could make from a hand of resources. It left Lantern Festival without that feeling of evolution.

KD:M is a series of hard-fought, uphill climbs and moments of respite to recover or push the development of your settlement. Imagine a titan’s staircase. Your gaming group is trying to tackle it. After a vertical climb, you get an easier horizontal walk to recovery and start to plan the next vertical challenge. Lantern Festival lacked those horizontal moments, wherein you made major developmental choices that would affect the overall outcome.

Without all those elements in concert, it could never be a proper encore to the spectacular performance of KD:M.

To be a proper encore It would need to be more like a new core set, with the focus of the settlement shifted to be more macro, dealing with a developing town instead of a small settlement. Since that is not what was pitched, nor is it what we worked toward on its first development cycle, I am refunding everyone instead of releasing content I can’t stand behind. The realization of what this particular part of the Kingdom Death world needed to be, was simply to large in scope for the funds that were raised to create it.

Lastly, it was also just plain crazy to write a game extension BEFORE the game and its tons of expansions were in the hands of players playing the game.

Call it vanity, creator responsibility (or lack thereof), or proof of my utmost respect for our fans and player base. This was a very hard (and very expensive) decision to make. I could have just put something “all-right” out and kept the money.

When playing it safe, pulling punches and putting out content that doesn’t make me pee a little with excitement becomes the norm. I’ll let you know to the tune of “Sellout” by Reel Big Fish, silly trumpets and all. I’ll “skank” my way over to the bank and slam dunk the deposit box!

Now onto the rest of it.

Card Pack
Last campaign, we kickstarted the plastic production of many single miniatures. Some of these were included in the Survival Level reward box and others, like the Messengers and crossover projects were pledged for separately. We created challenge scenarios and released a PDF collection of them with the promise that we'd later print a physical card pack of the final versions for their gear. The challenge scenarios ended up having little to do with the core KD:M experience and while many fans appreciate them, it was clear that future development should be steered in a different direction.

We started a new round of plastic production, re-introducing several of the models again, but this time with much more interesting and campaign involved rules. I promised that we would put together a card pack that contained these new assets, for fans that already have the miniatures from the first campaign.

SO! We will be combining all of this stuff + the newly developed gear cards and assets from the miniatures that are still missing them (the messengers, etc) Into one larger card pack that will be available on our store as promised. Because I want to ensure all the content is meaningful, we were not able to complete them all in time for this update. But I expect to have it ready early next year. It is going to be printed by a more reliable printer so that the card sizes and weight remain consistent with the game cards.

This is the last outstanding part of our campaign. Although I admit I am mixed to classify it as such, since its all NEW development based on player feedback from the game and the expansions all being out in the wilds for some time. Ultimately making it more work, but better quality than it would have been. The price of the card pack will be our raw cost + shipping. We are not aiming to make a dime off of it.

They Await The King T-shirt


We created tshirts to commemorate the cancellation of the Lantern Festival! If you would prefer Kingdom Death to keep your $45 and put it towards future developments, please feel free to pick up a shirt or 2! We appreciate, how much you appreciate us and our dedication to quality without cutting any corners.

Art Book
Joe has put together a pretty fantastic 100 page digital art book for our $1+ pledge level! We decided to keep it focused on the core game and to show off assets that were cropped or printed on the smaller side of things. Download it here!


Kara Black Paiting Guide
Video Painted by Elizabeth Beckley and filmed by Eldritch Studios LLC, we present our “upgraded” Kara Black flesh tone painting guide as a video! 


Aya Painting Guide

 The Aya Painting Guide by Alberto Gil Lopez.

Flower Knight Painting Guide


The Flower Knight painting guide by Thomas David (the incredible talent who sculpted the miniature!).

Starting from that fated campaign launch day in 2012 this has been and continues to be one incredible journey. With the help of thousands of people, I made my humble dream into a reality. How many would-be creators get the chance to realize their (insane) ambition? To work, and work and work and work and work and struggle, struggle, struggle. Refusing to accept anything but the best that could be mustered! It was intense, incredible and soul wrenching all at the same time.

I used to imagine it was just me, on a desperate personal journey. Sword at my side and lantern in hand. There was an overwhelming enemy to defeat and I had no idea how to find it or how to beat it. Would it consume me, or would I somehow just barely, scrape by with a win.

As the campaign came to a close and the work really began, this image in my mind began to change. At my side were loyal companions, poor souls I had convinced to join me on this journey that would most likely end in madness or death (Anna, you are the fucking best).

It’s not often I get the chance to stop, take a breather and turn around. And here I am, doing it right now and again, that image in my mind has changed. It’s not just Anna and a select few at my side, there is an entire army at our backs. (That’s you guys, the backers and the fans!)

Sure there are dissenting voices and moments when I wondered if the entire thing was worth it. There are also those that have picked up my spirit, streamed endless game sessions online, painted their entire set better than i could dream of, created fan art, made online comics, written an in character diary, or greeted me at gencon in Kingdom Death cosplay, or shown me their White Lion tattoo! It’s way bigger than a humble creator such as myself could ever expect it to be.

And so I face ahead, the future of Kingdom Death, with thousands of eyes on my and our small teams back. The feeling of so many people watching our next move is intense. I can’t speak of confidence, whatever money could be earned or lost, or what place KD has or doesn't have in the gaming world at large. As of this moment, all I see is an open horizon of excitement filled with countless possibilities.

Thank you so much for the past 4 years. Thanks for playing my game. Thanks for making a huge line day 1 of gencon and getting me in trouble with convention security!


KD:M Kickstarter 2
On November 25th, Black Friday. We will be launching our 2nd Kingdom Death: Monster campaign. The focus of the campaign will start on a reprint of the sold out Kingdom Death: Monster core set with an 1.4 ruleset. (Current version of the game is 1.31). An upgrade pack with the rulebook and updated cards will be available for existing fans.

Beyond that my lips are sealed. Except for this tiny teaser of course.


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    1. Yarden Tito on

      when on the 25th the kickstater will air ?
      please write a timezone too :)

    2. Rand Chua TL on

      I'm quite sad to hear this. Thanks for this update.
      We are with u for making the hard decision to keep Kingdom Death a quality game. Hope we can look forward to hearing about your ideas to use the Lantern Festival stuff in a big future expansion not the small one that was designed. The new vision of Lantern Festival mean the village had grown into a small town? (pop 100+?)
      (Possible to see chinese lantern festival history as kingdom-death-monster vision?)

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      wotfanar on

      this of course is a sad turn of events but understandable. I'd like to say though I understand that for a campaign extension to work it needs new armour and mechanics that the lantern festival was just not the right expansion for the job. I do still wish to see my sentiment grow into a town and please don't make "accessibility" an issue. in fact I would find an extension more accessible as it can be added to my current campaign. most other expansions I feel like I need to have them at the beginning to plan properly.

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      Axzarious on

      Nobody remembers if it was late, only if it was great.
      While I'm dissapointed it was canceled, I'd rather see the expansion done right rather than rushed out the door as a poor-quality shadow of what could have been. I appreciate the honesty and the sacrifice, and would rather see something done proper rather than being rushed out the door and have quality suffer like what happened with Relic Knights.

      I also forgot about the annual Halloween sale and missed out on a Trick or Treat bag and the necromancer. While disappointing, on the bright side it just means I simply have more money to funnel into your next kickstarter.

    5. Paireon, lumberjack of Brimstone

      Sad news, but 1- We had a good explanation, 2- We got a refund, and most importantly 3- We may yet see those figures again in the future.

      King and Scribe are very cool, but given how much background info the Great Game Hunters received from different resin kits, they're probably the part I want to see the most (maybe a dedicater Hunter expansion, with Ammo Slaves, Doctors and Cooks?).

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      Angel on

      If you are OK with not getting the expansion, more power to you, really! I understand where you are coming from. I am very happy with the game I got, I even contributed gladly to the tip jar back when we were asked to pay extra shipping and did not complain, I considered it more than fair. I also respect Adam's decisions about the gameplay (I think being faithful to his vision has consistently paid off) and understand why he was not happy with the campaign the way he has explained it. But aren’t we allowed to complain that we are not getting those 4 minis (5 if you consider the twilight cloak a mini) we paid for? I'm sure I'm not the only one who would be happy with getting just the minis and would not reject the idea of double-dipping in the future when he’s completely happy with the rules and the expansion is released! I don't think it's an unreasonable expectation, and his vision would not be compromised. Again, I’m very happy with what we’ve got, but I am extremely disappointed because I stayed for the gameplay, but came for the minis (surely some of other backers backed this for this reason), especially the scribe and game hunters in my case (they were the very first think you saw when you started scrolling down on the main page!).

    7. Eric Johnson on

      @savage - I'm more than satisfied with the results of my original pledge. Adam delivered on my expectations and then some. It was a stretch goal that slipped (Lantern Festival). Missing that one expansion does not prevent me from enjoying the rest of the massive amount of content we got for such a great price, and we all were refunded, so I have no reason to be salty about it.

    8. Marco Paroli on

      Don't care of cards and game, I want the King, can I have only the King for 45$ ? ç___ç
      Anyway thanks for refund.

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      Jerry T on

      Did you pledge for the Lantern Festival add on ?

      You have a very strange view of failure. KS is about supporting products being developed and going to market - lots change between funded and delivery - I am more than satisfied with Adan's explanation and the refund for what is just one of many add-ons. The main project and all the other add-ons have been delivered. I think most of the backers and some new backers will be answer your question shortly.

    10. Dwayne Dibbley on

      Okay sad news about the Lantern Festival but I respect the decision and the reason given.

      Adam, well done on a creating a fantastic game and taking us on an amazing journey, this whole oddysey was a bit of magic you created I am so glad to have been a tiny part of it.

      Thank you

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      SavageHenry on

      why should anyone back your second kickstarter when you failed to fulfill the first one

    12. John H. Shinholser on

      I'd be lying if I didn't admit I was disappointed with this development, but the full refund, combined with the quality of the content you did produce, lessens the sting. I feel like I still got an excellent deal out of this Kickstarter, though I'm not sure I'll ever go that big on any Kickstarter (yours or otherwise) again. The KS experience is such a roller coaster @.@.

      I would still like to have access to a way to continue my campaigns at some point. If you're wondering if end-game content would be worth developing in the future, I'd just like to put it out there that there's at least one person looking for something to fill the spot left open by the cancellation of the Lantern Festival!

    13. David Tomczyk on

      I'll join my voice with the others saying that I'm proud that you're sticking to your vision, Adam. The care you've put into making all of this so amazing comes through loud and clear, and anyone complaining is simply upset that we aren't getting more of it! I'm already saving up the money for the next Kickstarter - I'm going to be spending quite a bit of money all over, and I'll be thrilled throughout the whole process!

      KDM has given me a chance to try painting miniatures for the first time ever, and I found a new hobby I love! And I carried the game with me to all sorts of places, even when I'm visiting family and friends in my hometown, I'll do my best to condense it and bring it with me. Every group I've ever played with has fallen in love with the game, and I try to be a KDM ambassador whenever possible.

      So, in short, keep doing what you're doing. Your vision has taken us to some amazing places, and we all can't wait for more!

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      Brent on

      Sweet, any idiot under the sun can download the artbook by just looking at this page and clicking the link (I just checked) it was a major reason I backed years and years ago for more than a dollar. That's hilarious. Thanks.

    15. Plug Uglie on

      "you can easily set one up by following the instructions on your refund email from paypal."

      Anyone know where to find this email?

    16. JiiPee Von X

      Sad news indeed, but I wholeheartedly respect the decision. Thank you for the past 4 years of staying true to your vision - I've already spent the refund in the shop and I'll see you all again on November 25th.

    17. Rascarcapac on

      And how about scenery bases as an add-on, such as the one of the new mini?

    18. Rascarcapac on

      Fantastic artbook! Kingdom Death has amazing illustrators. Thanks to them.
      Concerning KS2: I hope we can have new expansions (will we ever see the jungle queen, whose illustration has been around for some time now?)
      Please consider offering an add-on for the body location dice. We need more when fighting legendary monsters.
      Concerning Survival of the Fittest: I still think this card is far weaker than the "Protect the Young" principle. I chose the Survival of the Fittest in the first campaign and it was a real pain in the ass ('scuse my language): so many birth deaths and no special child ever. With "survival of the fittest", you have 1/100 chance to have a special child, whereas with "protect the young" it is 1/10. Even with +1 strength and the reroll of the new version, it is still unbalanced. Boost it or weaken the "protect the young with a malus", so that the choice becomes even.

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      Axelroth on

      I was waiting for this update with impatience. Obviously I'm sad but I totally understand Adam's decision.

      KD: M is probably the kickstarter for which I am most proud to have participated. Adam you are a dreamer, an artist, a crazy but certainly not a good manager or a good logistician. Yet you have delivered a product well above my expectations. The huge base game (more than expected), the extensions made with care and passion. Nothing was sloppy. It was long but it was for the quality.

      When we had to pay for the wave 2 (or 3 depending on point of view) I understood that Adam level budget was very limited.
      That people put it well in the skull. The money for this kickstarter funded to a game, a dream. Not a person. I do not think Adam did a lot of profit on the transaction. On the contrary I think that without the sales shop in parallel was bankrupt ...

      This decision was due to be difficult to take but when you take the time to think it was doomed to failure:
      An extension with only two bosses and armor to extend 25-year campaign? For $ 45? Adam was too optimistic. But will we blame for this? no. Not me anyway.

      I'll be there in 2.0. I already know that the lantern festival will be proposed 2.0 more expensive but also better built.

      People are so egocentric that they forget how they can be hurtful and hateful.

    20. AGN1964 on

      I am mildly disappointed, but only because I enjoy the KD:M content so much. No problem, I'll be able to play this sometime in the future, in a better form, no less. I am sure this is the right decision and that the situation has been handled well.

      I'm looking forwards to the next KS! I am nursing my wallet, in preparation of the beating it will take. Roll on Black Friday!

    21. Stuart McIntyre on

      I am a bit disappointed with this news, but once again I trust Adam's judgement.

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      Thanks for the update, and for making the hard decision to keep Kingdom Death a quality game. I hope we can look forward to hearing about your ideas to use the Lantern Festival stuff in a future expansion.

    23. Larry Barriere on

      The only thing that bothers me about this update is that we won't get those awesome miniatures (especially the guy sitting with the book). I was looking forward to them.
      Otherwise, this was handled better than any other kickstarter has in terms of actually refunding people for something you're owning up to. Thank you.

    24. Brian S on

      Nothing wrong with this decision at all, and the butthurt seams to be at a minimum. Thank you for the honesty and refund Poots!

      Will the great game hunters and king still be released in plastic?

    25. Karl Sell on

      Well, hopefully this next Kickstarter goes smoother. I really want to get to all that new content.

      Ringtail fox people, Frogdog, STORM KNIGHT. The Gryphon.

    26. Jason Windedahl on

      Good on ya Adam, its fine that you had to cancel this one, because as you said, most of us haven't finished the stuff we had and it sounds like the expansion, as you explained it, didn't really fit into the KD:M story well.

      It takes guts to refund people and then weather their criticizm, hopefully most people that backed you will understand the reasoning and support you in this decision.

      I anticipate picking up the 1.4 rules/cards as well as the card set you mentioned for the extra figures from the last one. Hopefully we'll get some additional expansions from this KS as well, but if not, I'm still picking up the new ruleset.

      One thought for your next kicker tho, perhaps offer a "lay-flat" version of the rules... many of us had to ring-bind our existing books due to the binding breaking ;). That or go the opposite direction and offer a hard-bound version once the rules are finalized

      Thanks for all you do!

    27. Steven Zukowski on

      My respect for Poot's and his co-works has grown steadily over the last 3 years. My love for this game has swelled immensely. I own nearly everything produced for this game. All the plastic models, most of the Resign Models, and anything else I can get my hands on.

      This only continues to increase my respect for Poots. This was an incredible move that very few people have the courage to make. To stand by his dream & creation despite the financial cost.

      My hat is off to you Poots! Keep up the amazing work and I can't wait to see the King come back! I want that model :D

      Oh and the T-Shirt.... that is a fantastic idea! I'm absolutely getting one and true fans will be as well! Ignore the "in poor taste" comments and money grubbers. Your doing the right thing and the shirt is a badge of honor in supporting a creator at the point where it matters the most.

    28. Adrian Howden on

      I've recieved the refund link, but it's just asking me to send you money? How do I go about claiming my refund?

    29. Mike on

      If the expansion wasn't coming along well this isn't the first we should be hearing of it. And not considering that a lot of backers pledged just for the miniatures is tone-deaf. I respect the full refunds, but regardless this could have been handled much better.

      And a t-shirt "commemorating" not delivering part of the project at all 3 years after the campaign is in extremely poor taste.

    30. Marc Aranha on

      Thank you for putting the game before profits, Adam. Obviously there is disappointment (on the content front, I looked forward to a more complete ending and on the miniature front I needed the male GGH to complete my collection), but I respect the decision immensely. Once again, your professionalism and dedication reaffirms why Kingdom Death remains my addiction. I look forward to backing you again this month.

    31. Damien Smith on

      Thank you for refunding the full amount.pledge. It's much better than what Up Front or Airborne in your Pocket did for me. I am a bit upset at the time I spent agonizing on what the best extras to buy where ended up with me picking the Lantern Festival over product that actually shipped. Lots of missed opportunities there that can never be recovered. At least what I got isn't rubbish.


    32. Michael Riber Tolstrup on

      Quite sad to hear this.
      But it still leaves a couple of questions.

      will We actually get the cards for the extra miniatures (Messengers etc.) or will we have to buy them again?

      Will you get shirts in larger than 3xl, my gamer physique requires a couple of X'es more. :P

    33. Balgin Stondraeg

      This is sad news but probably a good decision for Adam. This little refund will probably go towards the next campaign (launching on the 25th). Maybe then I'll finally be able to get the Kingdom Death Paladin! (Not the Kingdom Death Dark Paladin. She's not the one I've been waiting for).

    34. Mini Man on

      Well, that sucks. The scribe was by far my most anticipated purchase. I'm just a miniature collector and I REALLY wanted that one. I'd let you keep the $45 for that mini alone.

    35. Pride365 on

      This was a good decision on Adam's part. Now people shouldn't complain that this KS isn't over when he starts the next one. I too would have liked the models but I am sure I will be getting even more come Black Friday!

    36. Kristian GS on

      Sad that the Lantern Festival had to be cancelled but I understand the decision and look forward Black Friday instead :)

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      Temtasketh on

      I bought almost every single piece of KD:M that wasn't cheesecake at the plastic level (and was, in fact, very pleased with the two cheesecake minis I got incidentally). I say almost because I cannot remember if I forgot an incidental piece, but I am reasonably certain I bought all of it. I did this without hesitation, and have absolutely no regrets about my purchase. I waited with baited breath through the entire, read every update and scanned every gallery multiple times, sent pictures of the arrived boxes to all of my friends, and gleefully paraded the minis around for months (and still do, in fact).

      I'm gonna level with you here, Poots: When I made that purchase, I expected the game to be a train wreck. An entertaining train wreck, probably, but a complete and total mess none-the-less.

      It was hilariously ambitious, with lofty ideas, literally hundreds of moving parts, two and a half genres shoved together and tightly cinched with twine and duct tape and a penchant for ever-expanding rules that has spelled the doom for scores of game projects. The game had all the appearances of an inspired, ridiculous explosion. Watching the development process altered and informed that opinion, but that was only months after the fact.

      I still spent nearly six hundred dollars on it without batting an eye.

      This wasn't some kind of hail-mary 'I love these ideas and maybe just maybe it'll be good' sling-shot through my financial window. It was the miniatures. The incredible, creepy, horrifying, beautiful miniatures. There are a lot of high-quality miniature boutiques out there, but none of them have the consistency, quality and sheer *weight* of aesthetic that Kingdom Death has. Seeing so many truly amazing designs, backed up by a swathe of previous successes, was irresistible. The Spidicule currently sits just behind the corner at the end of a hall, waiting for new guests to catch it just out of the corner of their eye. The Dragon King is carefully displayed to almost everyone who visits my house. Every mini is, at some point, eagerly shown off, on a nearly monthly basis.

      That the game was actually *good* was a bonus. An incredible bonus, a happy bonus, and a bonus I still enjoy playing regularly (albeit perhaps less than some), but still: a bonus. While I absolutely understand maintaining the creative integrity to say 'we were too ambitious. We dun goofed, and we could not, in good conscious, ship this to you as a completed product', it has little to no impact on my still-powerful desire to assemble and paint the Lantern King, which was, and is, almost certainly my favorite miniature of the whole lot.

      I deeply respect your intentions, and the sincerity of your message (a consistent pattern throughout the entire design process!), but I am woefully disappointed at the abrupt loss of what might possibly have been one of my single favorite figurines. If you can find it, somewhere, in some piece of you, to make it available (I see that it is, apparently, *double* sold out in the boutique) to backers who were under the impression they had already purchased it, I would be eternally grateful.

    38. dajebriza

      After the complete quality game you already delivered and amazing gameplay, I can only respect your design decision and honesty. Do what you need to do to preserve the integrity of the game. Thanks for the refund, but you will be getting it back, plus a lot more on Black Friday!

    39. Orlando_the_Technicoloured

      Sad to see the Lantern Festival is cancelled, but I understand why you've decided to do so

      hope we can see the minis in plastic in some form or other later on

      see you at the next KS

    40. Timmo Warner on

      I'm hoping that preview means there will be some dynamic looking pre-posed versions of all the armour kits.

    41. Fiachra Mac Aodha on

      If there were major problems getting the expansion working and the team needed to move on and devote their time elsewhere I would completely understand, but 'most people haven't finished the campaign yet so what's the point?' That is not a valid excuse and just really annoys me. I'm sure there were other reasons that were completely valid but after four years of waiting don't fob us off with that crap.

      How about just the miniatures and any non story expansion materials (gear cards and such) for $20 - $30. I like the sound of developing the settlement into a town although I can see how that strays from the original concept.

      Will there be a future attempt at the lantern expansions? Will we need to pay $100+ for it? I would hope that the original lantern expansion backers would at least get the option of buying in again for the $45. I would even be happy to not collect the refund and wait another few years if we were assured that it would eventually happen. I won't have the time or space to play an entire campaign for the forseeable future anyway.

    42. Michael Salt on

      @Ronald Wanders, I'm curious about that model too.

      After all, he's clearly wearing full Phoenix armour... Is he a taste of an Armour kit 2.0? Maybe a special survivor we might meet out in the darkness? Or just an 'easy' model for people who just look at the armour kits and get Analysis Paralysis (Like me XD)?

    43. Daniel Monroe on

      I was looking forward to possibly fighting 2 new monsters. My gaming group and I have completed all 3 settlement sheets and have been waiting for the festival. I'm a little more than disappointed. Though the idea of making villages and what not made encouraged my group to have settlement battles between the core survivors, sun, and dragon ppl. Even including the suneater and tyrant in a giant battle. This is my first complaint you should have at least sent out the models so we could have as I've already done with every expansion and miniatures I purchased from the kingdom death line up made our own rules scenarios.

    44. Rappletek on


      I wont lie, on the 25th that $45 is coming right back at you...

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      Nils Fohrbeck on

      If the minis from the planned lantern festival are in the new kickstarter (or on the website in the next couple of months) at a higher price I would be really upset.

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      Nils Fohrbeck on

      There is an easy solution for Adam to satisfy those people (like myself) who mainly backed the lantern festival for the great miniatures at a very competetive price: offer only the minis from the lantern festival for 45 USD in the new kickstarter. Will it happen? Probably not, but the he should at least been honest in his update.

    47. cadium on

      I think Adam and co have created a marvellous game and I'm truly happy with the stuff I received but I don't think this has been handled well. The lantern festival has been dangled out like a carrot for years now. I don't really care if the expansion wasn't fun to play, I mainly wanted it for the model. I suspect that it was simply too expensive and the decision was more financial than had otherwise been indicated. A terrible way to end an otherwise outstanding kickstarter.

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      Alastair on

      I do have to echo all the people who are upset over not recieving the models - good as the game is, I suspect a lot of people really backed this for the miniatures. (After all, we knew your miniatures were good at the time. We had no way of knowing whether the game was). Will the miniatures - if not the Lantern Festival - go into the new kickstarter?