Aaaaaaaand we're back to Monday. Can't say that I really did a ton of stuff over the weekend. But that's alright. It's kinda what I wanted. I did make some banana bread, though. Had to use my new loaf pan I got the week before. But, seeing as it's Monday, we need to make your gaming tables look better so you're not just using old loaf pans as terrain.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: 3D Printable Fantasy Dwarven Mine RPG Dungeon Tiles Up On Kickstarter, A5 Gamers' Notebook Grid and Hex Version Up On Kickstarter, and The Old Dungeon Entrance Terrain Up On Kickstarter.
The 3D Printable Fantasy Dwarven Mine RPG Dungeon Tiles are like no other Dungeon tiles on the market today. Tomb Guardians has designed a set of 43, 28-mm dungeon tiles that no longer require clips to connect the pieces together. All of our dungeon tiles are magnetically connected and use the magnets' polarity to hold the tiles in place. What this means for you is no more shoving tiles together, breaking and replacing tiles and clips, and, most importantly, not hurting or cutting your hands!
The aim of this project is to fund a print run of a grid and hex version of our Gamers' Notebooks. The notebooks will be A5 size (148.5mm x 210mm) with wiro-binding, thick recycled card covers, and 50 sheets of custom printed paper.
The sheets in the notebooks will be litho-printed on quality 120gsm stock in grey (Pantone Cool Grey 5) on both sides. One side will have 7mm hexes with a outline for a 15 hexes high superhex. The facing page will have a 6mm grid. Both pages will have lines at the bottom of the page for writing notes. This makes them an ideal tool for writing game notes and ideas wherever you may be.
The door of this old dungeon was opened for the last time decades ago. Who knows what's inside?
Designed to fit with 25mm, 28mm and 30mm gaming scales, The Old Dungeon Entrance is an amazing modular accessory for tabletop role-playing games.