The week's half-over. Soon, it will be the weekend again. As always, I'm looking forward to it. Got D&D on Sunday, as per usual. Can't wait for that. But I'm feeling a little... bleh. No energy. What I need are some bite-sized gaming stories to power me up to make it through the rest of the week. Thankfully, today on the platter we have:
We’re Broken Anvil Miniatures, a start-up miniatures game company formed by an equally miniature but passionate team of industry veteran artists and makers. Our mission: design and craft some of the most beautiful, bold, and affordable resin miniatures out there, all manufactured in the USA!
We’ve been working around the clock for months on DUNGEON DELVERS, a truly massive undertaking that we hope you’ll love and choose to support. Every pledge made goes to keeping our team working on new releases, including an original table-top miniatures game of our own design we’ve got in the works to release in the summer of 2021.
Polyhedral dice specifically designed, produced and packaged for rolling damage in Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition. These sets of 7 dice supplement your standard polyhedral set with defined damage in each roll during battle.
If you feel like you have been here before you probably have! No its not a Deja vu, we are back here offering our STL files for over 70 amazing models for you to print using your home printers. I know what your thinking....
Why you offering these again?
To be totally honest, right now these are the only things we have to offer, like most people and businesses we have been impacted directly by all the overwhelming things happening in the world right now, but majorly by the cancellation of all the shows and Comicon's we normally attend. We have always used this income to propel new ideas and projects.
Last year just before the onset of the pandemic we started a project by committing to more space in our rental unit where we planned to create a little haven of RPG goodness, a small community hub for those that enjoy RPG's to have space to visit, see projects in progress, use 3d printers, create and generally house a small safe place for anyone who would like to visit.