Direbadger launches Lasercut Roleplay Town & Dungeon Terrain Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Aug 12th, 2014

DireBadger Roleplay Terrain has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new line of laser cut RPG and Dungeon terrain.

Dire Badger


From the campaign:

Direbadger aims to set up a broadly usable and a immersive wooden lasercut roleplay terrain and provides modular and expandable utilities for most tabletop encounters.

The terrain is grid based with slots for various buildings, accessories and dungeon walls. This way its possible to set up a wide variety of encounters in little time.

Everything slides together without the use of glue, it is sturdy, easy to assemble and de-assemble for storage.

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  • De-assemble? Sigh …

  • TGN really needs an edit button. As soon as I posted that, I sipped my morning coffee and immediately realised that it is incredibly stupid to try and police the correct use of the English language on the internet. 🙂

    • Soulfinger

      Yeah. That’s my job.

    • estrus

      i couldn’t care less about you’re opinion on grammer

      • Soulfinger

        Hah, you wrote “couldn’t” correctly. Like the cast in “The Village,” your bad acting only proves that you are a good actor.

    • [email protected]

      Sipping my morning coffee and see the error. My apologies Unihead.
      Thought I had written it without mistakes.

      I wish there was an edit button.

      • Direbadger

        Was still on “email protected” nice.

  • wormwoode

    Sadly, it was the first thing that caught my eye, as well. I don’t think it’s entirely jerky to take note of crap grammar in a kickstarter description. It can be a possible sign of things to come. The person doing the typing is often the person doing the packing and shipping, after all.

    (I wish I’d found a slick way to work a bad version of “you’re” in there.)

    • wormwoode

      Just noticed that they’re in the Netherlands. They get a full pass.

      • Soulfinger

        A full pass to Six Flags Atlantis!!!

        • [email protected]

          Where do I sign up?!

      • surprize

        No grammar passes for the Dutch. I’m yet to meet a Dutchman who has worse English grammar than myself.