News for April 2009
Finishing the Chronicles 30
An open letter to the Mutant Chronicles Miniatures Game community
Mutant Chronicles | Published 09 April 2009

Mutant Chronicles Miniatures Game Community:

It is with regret that Fantasy Flight Games must announce the cancellation of the Mutant Chronicles Miniatures Game. Unfortunately, despite big GAMA Trade Show and Gen Con promotions along with aggressive advertising and a premium league kit to support organized play, sales never rose to the level necessary to sustain the game.

We at FFG spent a lot of time and energy on creating this game, and we're big fans of the world and system. While we are open to offers from other companies for the rights to the game line, this chapter of the Mutant Chronicles saga has drawn to a close.

However, we certainly don't want to leave players with an incomplete first set. You supported this game, so we would like to support you.

We will be selling Mutant Chronicles: Lost Legions, a box containing the remaining 13 miniatures that were never released as well as one previously-released figure from the starter set that was never released in a Warpack (see below for images), plus a poster map, promo cards, and (while supplies last) a Mutant Chronicles patch, all for a price of $10.00 plus shipping. In addition, extra Mutant Chronicles dice sets are available for $4.95 plus shipping.

You can purchase these items in the FFG Online Store. Retail stores wishing to offer this to their customers can contact Rick Nauertz in the FFG Sales Department.

In addition, we will be posting PDFs of the cards for the already-designed next set of miniatures – 29 figures for the five released factions, plus unit card templates for Cybertronic, Imperial, Mishima and Semaï – for free download, as our gift to those of you who love this great game. You can proxy your own figures in this free expansion, and design your own characters, making your Mutant Chronicles experience last for years to come.

Finally, we want to thank all of you who purchased Mutant Chronicles, played it with your friends, showed it off at your local games store, and helped to get others into the game. Your efforts are appreciated.


Figures included in the Lost Legions set include:

(left to right): Free Marine Soldier, Mitch Hunter, Freedom Brigadier Sergeant,
Free Marine Tank Hunter, Free Marine Hero

(left to right): Dragoon Kapitan, Battlesuit Prototype, Etoilles Mortant, Max Steiner,
Security Specialist, Dragoon

(left to right): Advanced Bio Giant, Infernal Corroder, Bio Giant


Promo Cards (PDF, 1.6MB)

Character Cards and Templates (PDF, 6.4MB)

The Mutant Chronicles Miniatures Game is a dark gothic science fiction skirmish-scale miniatures game based in a future of mutants and megacorporations.

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Published: 12/12/2010 6:45:38 AM

I am sooo desperately looking for one of these sets. I can't locate one anywhere...sigh...

Kyu Kage
Published: 8/20/2009 2:53:03 AM

I'm sorry I missed out on the Lost Legions collection.


Kudos to FFG for keeping Mutant Chronicles alive though.

Published: 4/20/2009 5:42:41 PM

Too bad that this cool sh%& came cancelled!

Would have liked to see it growing.

Did you already play this MC mod for Unreal Tournament?

Published: 4/20/2009 2:59:22 PM

Too bad that this cool sh%& came cancelled!

Would have liked to see it growing.

Did you already play this MC mod for Unreal Tournament?

Published: 4/17/2009 12:32:47 PM

I was talking with e B&M store owner yesterday and found out about this line being killed off.  He said that the switch from CMG to Open Front format killed it in his opinion.  When it was CMG there were 2 SKU's now there are 19 SKU's and he said that was why he didn't place an order.  I can understand where he is coming from.  He also showed me some minis (I have only seen the production models here on the site really as when I was at GenCon I didn't bother looking at them) and he said that the reason that they went with that crazy 50 something mm scale was to highlight the apint and detail.  They don't look much better then the AT-43 minis and they are 28mm Heroic size.  It is a shame but maybe someone will make a reprint of the Original Sige boardgame.

Published: 4/14/2009 12:17:29 PM

The Mutant Chronicles cursed continue....
But we will continue to love this saga.

Published: 4/14/2009 8:07:29 AM

 I'm a huge fan of the majority of FFG's games and the MC universe but it seemed like this was doomed to failure form the word go.  I picked up the starter set and tried to play a game with a friend of mine but the rulebook was nigh unusable with the amount of errors in the rules and particularly the breakdown of what the starter set forces should be comprised of.  This didn't enamour me to the game so I never bothered playing any more.

Shame that the MC universe has another deadend product line, maybe my Warzone models will find a use one day :(

Published: 4/13/2009 1:26:03 PM
FFG Staff

It is indeed working. Try clearing your cache and trying again.

 - Jeremy @ FFG

Published: 4/13/2009 1:07:14 PM

It still denotes that it is out of stock, Jeremy. You guys are truly out of LL or is it still a glitch?

Published: 4/13/2009 11:09:06 AM
FFG Staff

It is back in stock. Sorry about the store glitch this weekend.

 - Jeremy @ FFG

Published: 4/12/2009 9:15:47 PM

@m4jumbo how are they in stock for you 15 mins after my post, and still out of stock for me????

Published: 4/12/2009 7:53:11 PM

Seriously, guys?  You cancel the game, and make like what, 12, of these promo sets available?  Lame. 

If you really wanted to do something for the players, you would have made at least enough of these for the stock to last more than 2 days.

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