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Plastic. And forty double-sided tiles looks like a good deal for the price. So I have to paint them myself; I have to do that with all the terrain anyway.

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I'm pretty sure these are cardboard, and I guess it has to do with their alliance with Fat Dragon Games. I bet one of the future unlocks will be the maps itselves.

Edit. Sorry lol it's true, if supply unpainted they must be plastic 

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Just now, Laoke said:

 

It's $1.23 per tile, which seems perfectly reasonable given the cost of competitors like Dwarven Forge.

It would be useful to know the dimensions of the tiles though - I'll just go see if I can get an answer to that question in the other thread.

 

Tiles are 2"x2". They are thinner than Dwarven Forge. Looks like they are about half the thickness, but I cannot find any actual measurements.

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2 minutes ago, Laoke said:

 

It's $1.23 per tile, which seems perfectly reasonable given the cost of competitors like Dwarven Forge.

It would be useful to know the dimensions of the tiles though - I'll just go see if I can get an answer to that question in the other thread.

The update did say "These double sided tiles add personality and flair to your game space, and are compatible with all major manufacturer’s resin and plastic tile sets"

 

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Graphic says that they are 2" x 2"

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Ah yes, missed that on the graphic.  Would still like to know the thickness however : )

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Well, it's not for me, but it looks like it's working. We've jumped over $2,500 in just a few minutes!

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1 minute ago, Laoke said:

Ah yes, missed that on the graphic.  Would still like to know the thickness however : )

 

From their website--

"2" x 2" & over a quarter of an inch thick Dungeon Tiles"

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3 minutes ago, NyarlaBcn said:

I'm pretty sure these are cardboard, and I guess it has to do with their alliance with Fat Dragon Games. I bet one of the future unlocks will be the maps itselves.

Edit. Sorry lol it's true, if supply unpainted they must be plastic 

 

it is confirmed plastic, same formula as that of the bigger dragons.

Also compatible with other manufacturers.

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I think they're neat. Not my style but I've known others who would jump at these.

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So they are unpainted? Do they have ridges? 

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1 minute ago, tidtil said:

So they are unpainted? Do they have ridges? 

 

Yes, unpainted. Not sure what you mean by ridges. They appear to have some depth to them.

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Just now, Brennor said:

 

Yes, unpainted. Not sure what you mean by ridges. They appear to have some depth to them.

 

Well if they don't have ridges (like lines cut into the plastic), they would just be plastic squares.

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