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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #37

Xavon wrote: I'm thinking I might have to bump up to three sets and do one of each add-on.

But you know what this really needs? Stairs.


I'm at 3:2 right now. Stairs would be fantastic, too. Great idea .
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #38

I haven't done Kickstarter before. When do you pay for the sets? When they are ready to ship, when the Kickstarter period ends, or something else?

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #39

When the project ends, typically 30 days after starting, if the project is funded (they meet their originally stated goal), then and only then will your credit card be charged.

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #40

Druegar wrote: When the project ends, typically 30 days after starting, if the project is funded (they meet their originally stated goal), then and only then will your credit card be charged.


Thanks, Druegar!!

It's too bad the delivery date isn't until October, I'd love to have them for GENCON this year :)

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #41

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And we have pillars. I'm upping my pledge.

But Demon Doors? Sounds a little corner case compared to stairs, larger panels, fireplaces, secret doors, pits, bridges...

I wonder what a 'Demon Door' is. Is it a door with a demon/gargoyle face on it? Or a portal to hell? Or something else?
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #42

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So the link for the dungeon tiles map maker just got posted ( www.dwarvenforge.com/mapmaker ). Anyone feel like mapping out some of our past TD adventures in dwarvenite.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #43

So who is getting the Dungeon Grey version, and who is getting the expertly hand-painted version? I plan on getting the two hand-painted sets, but I can see that is definitely less popular option.

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #44

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I'm at two gray since I've always been a painter at heart. May end up going to three sets though depending on how the stretch goals look coming into the last week. Honestly its not sexy but I hope they go back to adding basic pieces at some point. Those really add value for folks starting from scratch.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #45

I'm going with the unpainted/dungeon gray sets; I'm going to dry brush them myself. I'm currently pledged at two sets, but might go for three and/or get add-ons depending upon what the stretch goals end up being.

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #46

Grey for me as well, I have some ideas I want to try with other colors, veining in the rocks, etc. Having an unpainted canvass will motivate me to try that unlike on my older pre-painted DF stuff.

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #47

If anybody has an unbearable urge to paint a bunch of walls, I could order the dungeon grey and let you dry-brush them for me ;)

I do see the appeal of Dungeon grey, three sets of dungeon grey is only $5 more than two sets of painted.

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 3 months ago #48

Mike Steele wrote: I do see the appeal of Dungeon grey, three sets of dungeon grey is only $5 more than two sets of painted.

Yeah, that's a big factor for me. I will likely bump up to three sets of unpainted pieces before it's all said and done. :)

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