Siege of the Citadel: Kickstarter Finale
Die Kickstarterkampagne zur Finanzierung des Brettspiels Mutant Chronicles: Siege of the Citadel von Modiphius Entertainment befindet sich in den letzten Tagen und geben euch hier eine Zusammenfassung.
The miniatures boardgame set in the Mutant Chronicles Universe, designed by Richard Borg with Eric M Lang & Kevin Wilson
Siege of the Citadel can now be played with up to 7 players with both expansions with either the much loved rotating Dark Legion player OR solo or full co-op play.
For $149 you can grab our amazing Dark Legion Pledge including base game and two expansions plus lots more worth $354 with 93 miniatures and growing. This pledge is guaranteed all visible Stretch Goals even if not unlocked!
Our $69 Doomtrooper Pledge gets you the base game and some great extras:
Check out the contents of the Base game and expansions below
We’re rebooting one of the most awesome techno-fantasy miniatures boardgames of all time, Siege of the Citadel. First seen in the 1990s this new edition is bringing together an A-List design team who are updating and balancing not only the rules, but also the new miniatures and tiles.
Richard Borg was the lead designer on the 1st Edition of Siege of the Citadel, now he’s joined by a hit squad to bring this new edition growling to life!
The design team is joined by DoomTrooper Henning Ludvigsen (Imperial Assault, Descent, Blood Rage, Mansions of Madness) whose mighty pen drew the dreaded walls of the Citadel and has brought new throbbing life to the halls of Alakhai, even penning the missing 8 halls of the Citadel.
We have funded the core game and now unveiled the two major expansions The Brotherhood and Luna City – now included in the $149 Pledge which together with other unlocks give you a total of 91 new miniatures!
CORE BOX MINIATURES
Below you’ll find all the sculpts unveiled so far for Siege of the Citadel. These are work in progress images. We are collating feedback (both backers and our own) to make one set of changes after the Kickstarter is finished. Click on the images below to see larger versions. Miniatures are not shown to scale
BROTHERHOOD EXPANSION MINIATURES
CHIBI SIEGE OF THE CITADEL
Here are the revealed chibi versions of Siege of the Citadel figures by Ninja Division. The first one, Edward Murdoch, is included free with the Doomtrooper, Chibi Backer and Dark Legion Pledges.
First published in Target Games magazine, now upgraded by the grace of the Cardinal, the Brotherhood expansion unlocks a 6th faction for players, new Dark Legion creatures, the power of the Arts & Dark Gifts plus new ruined Brotherhood Cathedral tiles to fight over! As a bonus, both covers form one stunning piece of art by Stefan Kopinski!
The Luna City Expansion is being designed by Jay Little (X Wing Miniatures Game, Star Wars Edge of the Empire and the Mutant Chronicles RPG). In this expansion you’ll discover arch villain Von Hölle a Bauhaus scientist who was corrupted by the power of the Symmetry and now leads a formidable cult of Heretics determined to bring down humanity from within. Players get a 7th faction – Luna PD and Freelancers to mix and match and you’ve got great new rules to add even greater challenges!
This expansion for Siege of the Citadel will let you play out early events where the heroes of Luna City first discover the corruption of the Dark Symmetry or you can be fighting the full power of the Dark Apostle Ilian as she vies for control of Luna City whilst the Siege of the Citadel is in full swing.
Base Game – 45 Minis!
The game is packed with loads of content includes 45 pre-assembled miniatures in the base game alone, and we’ll be adding more to the base game and pledges over the coming days and weeks. We’ll be updating the graphic below as the pledges unlock more content.
The Brotherhood Expansion – 20 Extra Minis!
The Brotherhood Expansion is adding a massive load of extra content including a 6th player! Contents so far including a sixth player and rules for the powers of the Dark Gifts and Brotherhood Arts.
Luna City Expansion – 17 Extra Minis!
This adds a 7th Player option and let’s you draw on the heroes of Luna City, Luna PD and Freelancers, to mix and match your forces. The rulebook contains lots of new exciting rules which are going to challenge your heroes even more. Start from fresh as Luna PD & Freelancers or use your high rank Doomtroopers with new rules for greater challenges! 10 new missions will let you confront Von Holle and the power of the Dark Symmetry.
PLEASE NOTE: The Dark Legion Pledge gets ALL the Stretch Goals AND we guarantee all visible Stretch Goals to Dark Legion Pledges regardless of whether they are unlocked or not!
- Brotherhood Symbol = unlocks for the relevant box (base game, Brotherhood or Luna Expansion)
- Cartel Symbol = unlocks for the Doomtrooper & Dark Legion pledges
- Dark Legion Symbol = unlocks for the Dark Legion pledge only.
Originally published by Pressman Toys in the 1990s, Siege of the Citadel was one of the first games of its kind to offer many unique elements, including innovative features such as co-operative play, character development and the rotation of the Dark Legion player. Conceived by Sweden’s gaming powerhouse Target Games, Siege of the Citadel had television advertising in the US and hundreds of gamers still own much loved copies across the world.
Siege of the Citadel is set in the universe of Mutant Chronicles, created by Target Games, one of the bigger names in gaming in the 1990’s. Target released the DoomTrooper collectible card game and translated it into 16 languages, three boardgames, a SNES and Mega Drive DoomTrooper video game, Comic Book miniseries and graphic novel from Acclaim Comics, the massive Warzone miniatures game, the Mutant Chronicles 1st and 2nd Edition roleplaying games, a Hollywood movie, Fantasy Flight Games’ pre-painted miniature game plus – of course – the rebooted Warzone miniatures game and 3rd edition roleplaying game.
The Mutant Chronicles story took you on this full throttle dieselpunk sci-fi ride through a solar system beset by corporate intrigue and the invasion of a terrible dark alien force. With technology failing due to the insidious effects of the Dark Symmetry humankind must fight back against the Dark Legion hordes whilst dealing with in-fighting and conspiracy from within.
The Solar System is a roaring mayhem of death and war. The surfaces of the inner planets have been swept clean by the violent onslaught of the dark legions storming hordes of Nepharites, Razides, Pretorian Stalkers and Undead Legionaries. In the enormous cities of the far and distant future, heretics devoted to the destruction of humankind stalk the dark backstreets and gloomy alleys spreading their teachings of greed, jealously and war!
The Siege of the Citadel takes place during one of the great wars against the Dark Legion as humanity musters the greatest army ever under Cardinal Durand and the DoomTroopers of the Cartel. The stage is set for the final conflict as the DoomTroopers assault Alakahi’s Citadel on Venus, the greatest of the Dark Legion citadels spewing foul legions of terror across the planets of the Solar System.
Siege of the Citadel was one of the first games to use co-operative play, a rotating Dark Legion player, plastic character boards and track character progression between games.
Here’s a mockup of the new character board which controls two heroes allied to one of the Mutant Chronicles factions: Bauhaus, Imperial, Capitol, Mishima or Cybertronic. As the team progress they get to roll better quality Attack Dice for things like Attacks and other new actions.
Players select one of five factions (each with a unique Faction ability) with two figures representing a team. Four players will co-operative on the mission, whilst the fifth player takes their turn playing the Dark Legion forces arrayed against them. In the next mission, another player takes over the Dark Legion and so on.
Characters have 5 wounds, but their team shares Promotional Points which are now tracked in units of 10 and through Rank cards which are changed as the heroes increase in experience. Teams have secret Secondary Missions which can often be at odds with the rest of the teams in the game, and special DoomTrooper cards give momentary boosts or tactical advantages.
As players take it in turns to play the Dark Legion they get to control the vast Citadel of Alakhai, its defences and the terrifying creatures ready to do battle with humankind. Each turn they will summon reinforcements, play Event cards to further challenge the DoomTroopers and try to defeat their friends with forces of the Dark Legion. In a cruel twist, if the Dark Legion player does well at this role, his DoomTrooper team will benefit from a boost of experience next time they play!
We’ll be talking about a host of new features in the game including new actions, changes to the DoomTrooper and Event Cards and more over the coming days and weeks with videos of game play to show you more.
Here’s the first of several playtest videos to give you more insight in to how the game plays. This first one with Garry, Chris and Rita from Modiphius. Please note only playtest components are being used.
Here’s a playtest video testing some of the new tech rules
We’re shipping from local depots in the USA, Canada, EU, and Australia which means we pay any duties on shipments in to those regions, and you just pay for cheaper local shipping. We also have a Chinese depot now and and prices have been updated for this region.
We’re assuming the DoomTrooper pledge will be over 2kg whilst the Dark Legion pledge will be around 5-8KG depending on the Stretch Goals unlocked which is why there is a difference in shipping.
Die Kampagne steht aktuell bei 296.066,00 USD und läuft noch weitere zwei Tage.