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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #49

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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. :)


For what I'll be doing with it I'll probably not need more than two sets. I figure I'll only use it at GENCON, and I don't want to carry around more than that anyway :)

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #50

Getting 5 sets in grey. Well versed in miniature panting as anyone who saw my dragon that I posted on here can tell.

Now that I look at the number of tiles what with the stretch goals I am thinking I might have gotten a bit too much! Over 300 tiles now. I'm sure I'll figure out something to do with them.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #51

cdsmith wrote: Getting 5 sets in grey. Well versed in miniature panting as anyone who saw my dragon that I posted on here can tell.

Now that I look at the number of tiles what with the stretch goals I am thinking I might have gotten a bit too much! Over 300 tiles now. I'm sure I'll figure out something to do with them.


Am so thinking about getting 5 grey sets and having a friend paint them up or show me the basics. I have 2 weeks to until it's over :) so I have some time. My poor credit card is going to hate me.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #52

I've been thinking about these but the shipping costs kill it for me

:(
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #53

Brad wrote: I've been thinking about these but the shipping costs kill it for me

:(


Too bad they can't be done before GC. Then you could have them shipped to someone in the USA and take them back with you.

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cdsmith wrote: Getting 5 sets in grey. Well versed in miniature panting as anyone who saw my dragon that I posted on here can tell.

Now that I look at the number of tiles what with the stretch goals I am thinking I might have gotten a bit too much! Over 300 tiles now. I'm sure I'll figure out something to do with them.


Am so thinking about getting 5 grey sets and having a friend paint them up or show me the basics. I have 2 weeks to until it's over :) so I have some time. My poor credit card is going to hate me.


Check out the video on painting the tiles. It is on the kickstarter site and is very informative.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #54

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Painted here. I have no artistic talent.

And I wonder how the floor pack is going to work, once we get that far. Will it be the same price as the other two add-ons? Will DF add 3 and 4 add-on sets?
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #55

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Brad wrote: I've been thinking about these but the shipping costs kill it for me

:(


Too bad they can't be done before GC. Then you could have them shipped to someone in the USA and take them back with you.


sadly the reason shipping is high is for a reason. it would destroy my luggage allowance while flying.

why must the cool things be so far away? :)
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #56

So far I've pledged at 2 grey and both unlocked packs. I anticipate the purchase of the next 2 unlocked packs as well. I have considered bumping to a 3rd primary set to take advantage of the free rewards that would come as they are really starting to pile up.

I've talked a friend into it as well and he's going in at the 2 or 3 set level.

We have a massive table for our saturday games so it can easily accomidate the tiles. I already own the original DF stuff and my only complaint was transport and storage of the stuff. This new product eliminates that entirely so I"m more than happy to replace my existing stuff.

I got into the Reaper kickstarter as well so I'm no stranger to painting thats why I chose gray. I"m also contemplating different colors so I have a traditional set and maybe a town set or desert set or something different. I haven't decided. I might have to obtain much more to accomplish that though.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #57

I don't think that I'll get either of the current add-ons, but I think that I will likely get the floor and Dungeon Dressing add-ons :)

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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #58

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After building a few things with the map maker Im really finding myself wishing they would release a basic corners pack. I like to make long maze like dungeons and always seem to run out of corners way before I get close to running out of floor)

As to paint, Im thinking I may go with a yellowie beige base, hilight a few bricks in burnt umber and a white drybrush for a desert like motif.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #59

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Brad wrote: I've been thinking about these but the shipping costs kill it for me

:(


Too bad they can't be done before GC. Then you could have them shipped to someone in the USA and take them back with you.


sadly the reason shipping is high is for a reason. it would destroy my luggage allowance while flying.

why must the cool things be so far away? :)



Have you tried bongous.com ?

They have the ability to have a product shipped to a US address then forward it to anywhere in the world. Since they ship a lot of packages they get huge discounts to shipping.
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Re: Congrats Jeff and DF : Kickstarter funded 7 years 6 months ago #60

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150K 'til we get stairs. But we're in the home stretch, so it should be doable. I know I'm gonna probably do two more add-ons when I get my next paycheck...
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