Knight of the Dinner Table

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Dungeon Scenery & Anthropomorphic miniatures 28mm (Johnny Lauck)

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Unfortunately I had to back out of this one.  Major electrical issues and a slowpoke landlord have left us in a bit of a bind.

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We will get there. 

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Painting up my DF dungeons last night, I realized I need at least x2 of the $10 wall torches add on (40 torches total). 

 

I have done poster tack experiments where you can have pieces held together 'for a long time' by the poster tack, but even if you keep the poster tack on the piece for years, it won't pull the paint off. 

 

So I add little pieces of poster tack to the back of the torches, and then I can have torches anywhere I want in my dungeon.

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Does anyone know if I back at the $45 dollar level do I have to get the cat people or can I use the $45 towards add-ons? I'd like to get some of those stretch goals but have zero use for cat people.

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4 hours ago, dwarvenranger said:

Does anyone know if I back at the $45 dollar level do I have to get the cat people or can I use the $45 towards add-ons? I'd like to get some of those stretch goals but have zero use for cat people.

 

As of right now there is no pledge level that does not include the cat people, but if enough people join and ask for a $45 or 25$ just accessories pledge perhaps Johnny will make one. 

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1 hour ago, kodiakbear said:

 

As of right now there is no pledge level that does not include the cat people, but if enough people join and ask for a $45 or 25$ just accessories pledge perhaps Johnny will make one. 

 

I was under the impression that you could just back for add-on values with "no reward". I've been hoping I get some cash to jump in here as there are a few items I'd like to have.

 

What was unclear was whether you could get the stretch goals without a "pledge level". He made one comment which hinted that if you pledge over $45 you get the stretch goals. I was thinking of doing that in add-ons.

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I have less interest in the cat people, but since Johnny has always been a good guy to deal with, I'm getting the cat people. Besides, this is his last KS. And I can see a PC someday saying "You know what would be cool, a cat person!" and I can be all "Huzzah!" I even have that! WHich is any mini collectors dream. 

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I  see your point, especially about it being his last KS. But if I could pledge $45 get the stretch goal and a bunch of undead and maybe a few bed sets, mostly for the sleeping patrons,  whih are far more likely to get used, I'd be happier.

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10 hours ago, Blue Prophet said:

 

I was under the impression that you could just back for add-on values with "no reward". I've been hoping I get some cash to jump in here as there are a few items I'd like to have.

 

What was unclear was whether you could get the stretch goals without a "pledge level". He made one comment which hinted that if you pledge over $45 you get the stretch goals. I was thinking of doing that in add-ons.

 

Looks like you are correct here is what Johnny said in the KS comments

 

Johnny Lauck 6-time creator on May 1

Lewis: If you just buy ADD-ON scenery and it comes to $45, your shipping is free in the USA and you still get any stretch goals achieved. Just add up the Decor add-ons you want and pledge that amount. Come June 1st, I will send out a survey and you can tell me that you just wanted add-ons and give me the list.

 

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Now I'm in

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Posted by Johnny Lauck (Creator)

 

     For those supporters who JUST want to buy add-ons and are not interested in the feline adventurers in my latest and last kickstarter ending June 1st, I have added a pledge level for this option. 

     $25 or more in Add-ons and free shipping in the USA.

    $45 or more in Add-ons and free shipping in the USA plus any stretch goals achieved.

 

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/967512676/dungeon-scenery-and-anthropomorphic-miniatures-28m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Scott: One of many great uses for such a miniature. The reason the dragon poop was created with a few human skeletal bones within is because years ago I was telling a well known sculptor who was doing work for me at the time that regardless of whatever she sculpted, it would sell well, even if she sculpted poop. I've jokingly threatened to produce the dragon poop for fifteen years and since this is my last minis project, I think it is time to finally include it as a free throw in.

 

Less than $500 to poop! :lol:

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