Ninja Division‘s booth seems like it grows a little each year, and this time it has expanded with a robot to pose with their cosplayers. Also, they were supporting quite a few lines of miniatures games.
First off, the new Super Dungeon previews: these ones are slated for an October release- sort of a Halloween celebration. The witch is Beatrix and the Scarecrow just looks awesome.
They also had most of the items from their Forgotten King Kickstarter on sale. Personally, I was all in on that KS, so I already had it all. However, it was still nice to see them all painted up:
And for anyone wondering what it would look like if you only paint the eyes on your slimes:
Also making news were their Boo Booty USB drives:
Contained on this little USB is a demo version of their upcoming videogame “Super Dungeon Tactics.”
There’s something that feels ironic about Super Dungeon becoming a videogame.
They were showing off a video of the gameplay as you waited in line to pay for all their cool stuff.
Now, on to the rest:
Relic Knights is moving to resin with most of their smaller minis (they’ll be keeping plastic with the larger miniatures for now). No longer packaged in those large boxes, they’re moving back to the clamshells they once used for their special edition lineup:
And they had those minis assembled, and mostly painted to show off:
Ninja Division has also announced that they’ll be publishing the Alien Vs Predator miniatures board game, and had some of that to show off:
They also had quite a bit of area to demo Dropzone Commander, along with a very full case showing off the small scale minis. Personally, I’m a sucker for the 30mm scale version of their mech:
And they had some of their Ninja All stars painted up, although there weren’t any for sale (or demos). Turns out I liked the Yamazaru the best.
And I had to bring home a plushy Cola for my three year old. She imediatly declared that she’s Candy and went off to fight monsters (there was something so right about that Super Dungeon coloring book).