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2 minutes ago, Mushu_Green said:

The campaign is over and i'm already thinking about adding the passage wall add-on in the PM

 

Honestly, I feel like the passage walls and corners are the pieces I'm most excited about. I never bought the original passage sets because I just wasn't feeling the design; and they're costly since each piece uses as much plastic as a corner. I have seen how the passages actually help make for solid elevated builds, so I had been tempted to get some. I just think these new pieces are going to be so versatile, whether in rooms or hallways. 

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I'm excited about dungeon elevation stuff. The lack of decent elevation tools is what's kept me from getting ks1 stuff. I am also getting more excited about the passages as time goes on, but the blocks and ramps and daises have me so keen. I am already in for one elevation mega set, it's so hard to convince myself not to get even more elevations.

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I ended the campaign with a pledge in but still in considerable uncertainty about what I'll actually pick in the pledge manager. DF KS's have way too many moving parts.

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3 hours ago, Mushu_Green said:

The campaign is over and i'm already thinking about adding the passage wall add-on in the PM

 

Quite a bit more expensive than just getting one of the two passage add ons, but you could also take a look at Doomrollers.  The more I looked at that encounter the more I realized it was chock full of bread and butter.  A ton of passage walls, corners and regular 2x2 floors. I'm debating on it because honestly, I wasn't all that worked up about the boulder and ramp since that's a gimmick I'd use probably no more than once a campaign, but the value still seems to be there. For me, its just about deciding whether I want a bunch of bread and butter, or if I want less BnB and some elevation stuff.

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1 hour ago, Gargs said:

 

Quite a bit more expensive than just getting one of the two passage add ons, but you could also take a look at Doomrollers.  The more I looked at that encounter the more I realized it was chock full of bread and butter.  A ton of passage walls, corners and regular 2x2 floors. I'm debating on it because honestly, I wasn't all that worked up about the boulder and ramp since that's a gimmick I'd use probably no more than once a campaign, but the value still seems to be there. For me, its just about deciding whether I want a bunch of bread and butter, or if I want less BnB and some elevation stuff.

I am thinking I will add Acid Bath for the passage walls and the elevation stuff.

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3 hours ago, Gargs said:

 

Quite a bit more expensive than just getting one of the two passage add ons, but you could also take a look at Doomrollers.  The more I looked at that encounter the more I realized it was chock full of bread and butter.  A ton of passage walls, corners and regular 2x2 floors. I'm debating on it because honestly, I wasn't all that worked up about the boulder and ramp since that's a gimmick I'd use probably no more than once a campaign, but the value still seems to be there. For me, its just about deciding whether I want a bunch of bread and butter, or if I want less BnB and some elevation stuff.

This is exactly how I feel. I dropped from Level 4 to 3 to make room for Doomroller because I want that Bread & Butter. Maybe I can sell or trade away the Doomroller.  I don't dislike it, I just don't need it. I'll have to triple check this against multiple Passage Intersection packs, but I'll probably stay with this.  (Also, note there are 3 passage add-ons. They made a third one just for people who already have a ton of floors.)

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So they are sending out preliminary pledge manager invites and I somehow got one.  Ended up going in for a level 5 unpainted pledge with the magnets.  I'm still trying to figure out a way to push it up to a DoD before it closes, but I have a feeling I'm going to settle for just shrine as an add on instead.

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I finished my PM and went from 754 to 795, so not a whole lot. I am no longer going all-in on DF, I have too much already. 

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How long do we have for the PM? 

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From update 32 at the bottom they are saying October 8th is when it will close.  So it'll be open for less than a month unfortunately.  

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7 hours ago, PurpleLlama said:

From update 32 at the bottom they are saying October 8th is when it will close.  So it'll be open for less than a month unfortunately.  

Thanks! Hopefully I can scratch together enough disposable funds for what I want to add. 

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