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  1. As someone who has both dental plaster terrain (HA and other companies) and a bunch of Dwarven Forge, they are definitely overlapping items for two different groups of people. It's like how two people can buy the same Toyota, but one wants a car to drive and the other person wants a car to tinker with. One person just wants to be able to drive the car and have no issues; the other person wants to put new rims on, trick out the stereo, and improve the engine performance. Is either person using the car the wrong way? No, they just have different ideas of what they want out of a ca
  2. I think it's time you looked back at Dwarven Forge again; they have expanded much further than dungeon tunnels. 🙂
  3. I have a bunch from Caverns Deep EDIT: I also have a bunch of stuff from the Axe n' Shield kickstarter for elevating large areas.
  4. The gauntlets are interesting. I don't have a set of those... Good luck!
  5. Heart of the Wild - Painted Escarpments - Megapack - Painted Swamp Banks - Megapack - Painted Wildlands Forest Floor - Megapack - Painted Ruins of Cailentyr - Megapack - Painted Mountain Trifecta Ledges - Escarpment Megapack Companion Pack - Painted Forest Trifecta Ledges - Escarpment Megapack Companion Pack - Painted Trifecta Ledges - Straight Escarpment Companion Pack - Painted Escarpments - Straights - Painted Majestic Waterfalls - Painted Mountain Driftstone Pack - Painted Wyvernstone Scatter Pack - Painted Huge Hummock Pack - Painted Titanstooth - Pain
  6. Also, with Altar Quest so close to delivery, it would have done them favors to wait until delivery was complete before launching. They had too many kickstarters in process; lots of people will simply not back for that very reason. They needed a track record.
  7. Not a huge fan of my ABS plastic Dwarven Forge tiles from their Castles kickstarter (DF called it "Gorgonite"), so I'll be passing on this. ABS always feels "cheap" to me.
  8. Just a reminder that last kickstarter's mats were shipped folded, not rolled. I doubt that will change, as I haven't heard of anything from MFC stating anything with the mats will be different. You're getting icy hills but no icy trees?
  9. Can't emphasize this enough. It's worth what people pay for it. Some people are willing to stretch more than others are willing, but those that purchase are the ones that set the price. If you are patient however, you can find good deals on ebay if you want to put the effort and time into watching the auctions.
  10. I hate to say it, but just because you don't feel like a price on ebay is worth it, doesn't mean that it's true. If the sets are selling for double what the kickstarter price was, that means there is sufficient demand at that price for it to sell. If you can find someone who is willing to sell for less, then by all means look for someone willing to do so. Reaper gives a discount for those who wish to plunk their money down for a year or two to finance production. There's also the time value of money; those people can't use the money they've pre-spent in the pledge manager. What you are pay
  11. Someone on the DF forums has used math and logistics to help you pay the bare minimum for exactly what you want; they created a program for it. Put in what pieces you want and it tells you the best configuration/pledge options. https://www.dwarvenforge.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=68&t=11851
  12. Their Fantasy Minis KS seems to be good; they have had good communication and have been posting pictures of factory samples.
  13. Resin pieces: Deep in the Dreadhollow Forest stands the Threshold of Worlds, a site that holds hidden magics of life, death, and transformation. What seems at first to be a simple outcrop overgrown with wild plants and topped by two intertwining trees may suddenly reveal itself as a gateway to otherwhere. The plants and creatures that cling to the stone are symbolic of sorcery, mortality, and renewal; nearby ruins hint at the legacy of the ancients. This set includes five pieces intricately hand sculpted by Elye Alexander. The two halves of the outcrop—Life and Death—fit toget
  14. The pledge manager is now live. Lots of updated things.
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