I want to thank you for your patience as we've worked away at the John Carter of Mars project with the Edgar Rice Burroughs Estate. It's been a long labour of love from the whole team and we've wanted to complete as much of the book and miniatures as possible before the forthcoming Kickstarter.
Today I want to start sharing a taste of what's to come. The roleplaying game will be a gorgeous deluxe edition landscape book with stunning long artworks taking you across Barsoom whilst the miniatures will bring your favourite characters, villains and brave crews of their ships to life. Beyond that a boardgame will let you explore the adventures of John Carter and friends in new ways!
We're making a final push now before aiming to get the project live at the end of August but our goal is to be able to ship the book and miniatures soon after the project so this date will shift to ensure we're fully ready. Please bear with us, it's going to be worth your wait.
Now on to Barsoom, with a first taste of some of the layout from the books to give you an idea of what to expect.
The art is bringing to life our favourite desert world in new ways.
Meanwhile Woola will be appearing amongst the throng of miniatures on your tabletop...
John Carter & Dejah Thoris are often accompanied by brave crewman ready to sell their lives dearly for Helium.
These women are expert shots with their radium rifles.
Even the great Jeddak of Helium, Tardos Mors will be joining the action leading his trusted Helium soldiers, or perhaps crash-landed in a forgotten ruin...
Our John Carter of Mars miniatures each come with a scenic base and will be relatively easy to assemble. There will be several sets including Heroes of Helium, Villains of Zodanga, and more. We'll go in to more detail of what you can expect in the next update.
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Before we go I thought you might be interested in our other major product launching at the moment, Star Trek Adventures, which also uses the 2d20 RPG system.