CMON’s HATE Production Going Well With Peek At Contents

September 19, 2018 by brennon

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CMON Games has been showing off some of the production samples for Kickstarter Exclusive HATE which recently arrived with them. Once again, this looks like a massive mound of plastic which will consume your hobby for many months.

HATE Preview Main Box

The main box is massive, easily bigger than most of their Zombicide products and probably coming in closer to something like Conan. As with a lot of these products you're going to be seeing a wealth of bagged up contents on the top layer before reaching below to find boxes packed full of miniatures in their plastic trays.

HATE Miniatures

Just to get a feel for the mountain of plastic that you're going to have to work with above, that's just what comes in the standard box. Each of the expansion sets for the various tribes also gets their own box.

Tribe of Sarrassa Tray - HATE

The campaign also worked on creating a lot of very nice plastic components as well, removing the need for the cardboard tokens. Here are just some of them...

HATE Plastic Tokens

If HATE was the only project that you backed with this mountain of plastic contained within then you're in for a lovely time of it. However, if you've been helping out with the likes of Mythic Battles: Pantheon, A Song Of Ice Fire, Joan Of Arc, and many more of these big box games then you're now standing next to a worryingly large amount of plastic.

I can see why HATE can be viewed somewhat apart from these other campaigns as it is a one-time exclusive bespoke product but I do hope that the era of these massive projects full of plastic miniatures is coming to an end.

I think more than anything it's for my sanity. I get worried each time I look at how much I haven't played Mythic Battles: Pantheon and Conan. I think a lot of that comes from the astonishingly large amount of 'stuff' you have to deal with when you get the game to the tabletop.

What do you think and are you happy to be seeing HATE coming along well?

"Once again, this looks like a massive mound of plastic which will consume your hobby for many months..."

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