Rings To Mark Them All...
WizKids Makes "ID-Rings" An Official
the worry of confusing your Clix with another player's without
having to put one of those little stickers on the bottom.
they make dandy Barbie accessories, too...
may be an idea whose time has come, but I have to wonder
how putting one of these things on your base would affect
the archenemy function.
Inc., makers of the best-selling Mage Knight™, MechWarrior®:
Dark Age and HeroClix® collectable miniatures games
(CMGs), announced a multiyear license agreement with Flash
Point, manufacturer of innovative gaming accessories. The
license names Flash Point’s ID Rings an official accessory
for WizKids’ HeroClix and Mage Knight Dungeons lines.
use ID Rings to identify their game pieces. The multicolored
rings debuted at Gen Con Indianapolis 2003 and quickly became
one of the hottest-selling items at the convention. Editorial
coverage and convention support by WizKids® continued
to boost sales of ID Rings into 2004. “ID Rings were
a natural fit for HeroClix,” said Jordan Weisman,
WizKids CEO. “Their innovative design and ease of
use make them perfect for our players.” WizKids plans
to support ID Rings through scenario play and at upcoming
are available in 12 colors (four of them metallic), and
they may be found at any major gaming distributor and at
fine gaming stores everywhere.
more about HeroClix online.
The game is fully supported with organized play at conventions
and in-store tournaments. Learn more about ID Rings online