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Osiride Cascioli
Osiride Cascioli
3 years ago

didn’t know you too play KD:M
if you think the butcher is hard… good luck… there are much worst 😉

Ian
Ian
3 years ago
Reply to  Tim

You’re the one who got me to buy KDM, I had never heard of it, saw a few posts on Reddit when people started getting theirs, it seemed intriguing, then I saw your comic where you described it as civ, monster hunter, and dark souls combined followed by the testicle brain high five. Ordered it the next day. Best 300 bucks I’ve ever spent (and all my board game geek friends thought I was crazy spending that much on a board game until they played it).

Ian(2)
Ian(2)
3 years ago
Reply to  Ian

That’s the same comic and related post that got me into KDM! I spent 90 min staring at the purchase screen wondering if I would fork over that much money, totally worth it though.

Brendan
Brendan
3 years ago
Reply to  Ian(2)

Ditto, and with the exchange rate and shipping it came out to $600 here…I had planned to wait for the next run since it was on back order and I would have time to save, but then suddenly a couple days later it went on sale 25% off…I spent half a day debating it but love the game, definitely worth it.

Pawel
Pawel
3 years ago

Not the best run 😀 Will you make another one with illustrations?

BrocefLover
BrocefLover
3 years ago

That 12 part series is the best i have seen in a long time. Amazing on all levels.

Darios
Darios
3 years ago

i love this. we just started a KDM Campaign and it is a gaudily desaster full of hilarios fun

Vampyrr
Vampyrr
3 years ago

While it looks fun as hell, that pricepoint of 400 for the core kit makes it a bit out of the normal gamers budget

Burning batsu
Burning batsu
3 years ago
Reply to  Vampyrr

Mmhmm, especially for people outside of the USA. After exchange rates, not including shipping, it works out to NZ$550ish.

Ricardo Campos Perez
Ricardo Campos Perez
3 years ago
Reply to  Burning batsu

For Mexico 400 USD equals 7440 MXN, that’s too much to spend in a game. An average family earns that in a month in Mexico (a family of upper middle class). Then it is not a good offer. Sorry, the game seems interesting, but no, thank you.

Mike
Mike
3 years ago

Tabletop Simulator + Mod = Game

Harr0wed
Harr0wed
3 years ago

One day, I shall play KDM. To be honest, I thought it was The Butcher from Warmachine.

Dillirium
Dillirium
3 years ago

I really like your KD:M comics so far, i think i’ve heard about the game first on your original comic that you did back in 2015 with Number 2 (i think) making miniature with whatever was left from all the TPK he got.

Commentary Ver.2.72
Commentary Ver.2.72
3 years ago
Reply to  Dillirium

Player one.

James Rye
James Rye
3 years ago

Hope you do another of those KD:M series, that one was fun to watch.

Zach Ford
Zach Ford
3 years ago

These are fantastic. Please continue to document your KDM games in comic form!

Jason W.
Jason W.
3 years ago

Great comic, would love to see the fruits of future campaigns! Loved it!

Also a 1.0 KDM KS Backer here, we still have troubles with the butcher… a lotta things have to go right from the get go

Melkior
Melkior
3 years ago

I can’t see The Butcher without thinking Diablo

Jacob
Jacob
3 years ago
Reply to  Melkior

Ahhhh Fresh Meat!

Plight of the Valkyries
Plight of the Valkyries
3 years ago
Reply to  Jacob

Oryx?

Hamstermer
Hamstermer
3 years ago

I am ashamed that anyone else gets that joke. (The Oryx one)
I tried it and then stopped. Permadeath isn’t fun in THAT way

Hamstermer
Hamstermer
3 years ago
Reply to  Hamstermer

(I mean, everyone has their own thing but the game just wasn’t fun for me)

Ciary
Ciary
3 years ago

I like KDM. the main problem I have with it is that I don’t like assembling miniatures
luckily I have a friend who is willing to do that for me, in exchange for a campaign ^_^

we are on are first one and all is well so far. we just got passed our butcher with only 1 death. that makes only 2 deaths in our campaign so far. I’m pretty sure we’ve been lucky since we have chosen not to read ahead and face anything blind. including decisions we make
it’s fun.