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Daruma Production Delve Deeper Into SLA Industries + Win Prizes

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Daruma Production Delve Deeper Into SLA Industries + Win Prizes

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Daruma Productions talked with Justin about what's coming for SLA Industries. They also have some wicked goodies to give away from them including their RPG Rulebook + An Exclusive Miniature.

This is actually one of the last five ever made on the tabletop! You'll want to find out more about these amazing miniatures and their dark and brooding game.

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astralwraith
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That’s a great prize

dragonrelic
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Wow those look awesome!

tchrin
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Never heard of SLA Industries, the 90s was all about D&D and Vampire:The Masquerade for me but I do love their minis! Clearly they’re for an RPG game, but curious how this works and if it’s playable as a skirmish game.

zombieking
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Yep, the RPG was originally out in the 90s. But their skirmish game is new and currently in beta test: it’s called ‘Cannibal Sector One’

Details and downloads in the CS1 fbk group here:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/937285693059011/

lightsout1985
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Look at those miniatures! That looks like a really great game, definitely going to find out more about that!

lightsout1985
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That limited edition mini <3

madgolem
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I never played SLA Industries, but it looks really interesting and the minis are awesome.

inu53
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Super limited edition, neat! Yet another range on my want list. Time, I need more time! 🙂

dane001
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Theyre some great looking minis, i really like theyre bases too.

bigbadbazz
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I need to look into this

aea007
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Like some of the others here not something I remember from the 90’s

jpcarrico
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Looks really really good!

laughingboy
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So many good things

tchatchet
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back in the 90s my friends would wax lyrical about SLA but I never got a chance to play I am glad to see I have not missed my chance.

nukemechanic
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I still have a very well worn copy of the original SLA Industries. The theme of the game still appeals to me. Frothers were so much fun to play. I missed the Kickstarter, and wished I had picked up the McNoltie mini.

duster
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Neat prize! Minis look great!

somegeezer
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I’d love a closer look at that vehicle.

zombieking
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This is a originally a vehicle for Devil’s Run, but it also fits the aesthetic and scale of the SLA minis so is currently usable as a objective marker in the game.

Link here:
http://www.daruma.productions/Shiver-Dominator-with-Reaper-Cannon-p84848223

turbocooler
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RPG geek here. Not allowed to have TV so we played games.. We played S.L.A. very infrequently but nothing could overtake D&D during the 80s and 90s and my brother and I were also heavily invested in time with BattleTech and Car Wars. That said, love the miniatures and may look at them to use for RPG games.

Copy of the RPG is a great prize. I hope it takes off with the other RPGs that are starting to get popular as well.

eric522
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Interesting looking game.

mythago
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Have always meant to have a closer look at SLA industries

carabus
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I have never hear of SLA I find this very interesting.

ahren78
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Never played SLA. Those minis look great.

phineusphule
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These minis would be great for any number of Post Apocalyptic games. They also have a fantastic mascot/ spokes “model” with Halloween Jack. Love that t-shirt in the background

overlandgames
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those miniatures look rad

tmon
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Digger is an outstanding miniature!!

phoen31
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huh, i’ve never heard of this game. Maybe its a UK thing?

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