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Wow, I got to write the first I-Kore topic .
So does anyone play I-Kore games, I play Void 1.1 sometimes, but most people I know want to stick to WH40K .
They also have a fantasy version called Celtos that I do not have.
What do you think are good or bad rules/things in Void compared with WH40K?
Here is my list:
- Rule book and force books (codex) are free (to download)!!!
- Super deal with the new Void 1.1 boxed set (50 figs, rules, dice, counters, rulers, templates, etc etc for only 50 euro)
- Large range of cool miniatures for reasonable prices.
- Simultanious play.
- Really large blast templates.
- Uses D10 instead of D6.
- No compulsary troops.
- Only one type of alien (wich I don't like).
- Difficult to get (where I live).
- Very few players.
- Only small differences in different troop types.
I think the void minis look cool Not sure where to buy it where I live so I guess I would have to use the internet for ordering
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what is I-kore
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I-kore is a company thay publishes a couple of games.
Celtos, a fantasy based miniature battle game with a lot of celtic myth in the fluff.
Void, a fast paced science fiction miniature battle game, they recently published version 1.1.
However, only recently there was an uproar seeing as I-Kore seems to have gone bankrupt, due to a illicid employee.
I haven't played the games, but I have a few of their minis. I like the look of their figures, particularely the female ones. They're much more curvy and feminine than GW's.
Yeah, they really know how a girl should look like. And they have really a lot of female miniatures. Shadowforge has some nice females too, very usable as commisars for imperial guard (auch).
I didn't hear about I-Kore going bankrupt, but I'll check their site. You really should try the Void game system if you haven't played it, it's a bit different but OK. You can download the rules for free (also the army-lists) then all you ave to do is to get some D10's.
I think Void is a pretty cool game, I like the way it plays. Though I did notice that the game is more than a little similar to Warzone 2nd Ed. in the way it plays....I did purchase the main book, as well as the Syntha Force book, and a couple of unit boxes for the Syntha. The models aren't too difficult to find, but players are. I did not know that I Kore went bankrupt, but I thought it was a possibility, as they suddenly stopped releasing new models and force books. Tough break if nobody picks the game up. I'm considering purchasing a good amount of Void stuff for posterity
I never played Void, but I've seen the minis and stuff. Looks pretty kool but I-Kore stuff isn't even available around where I live, I would have to order it all over the internet.
The company going bankrupt doesn't help much either.
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ehh... dont really like void.
played it at my friends howse. use of d10s. the dice are messed up and they barely roll.
minis are cool though. with some conversion you can make a really cool model for 40k.
VOID'S MAIN PROBLEM: LACK OF PLAYERS AND INTEREST (AT LEAST WHERE I LIVE)
I haven't heard of the Game but I've seen the minis. Great resource for 40k!
I don't like the idea of D10. Even more trouble when the dice doesn't land properly!
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