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  1. Hi everyone, I wanted to share that we have just launched the third Dunkeldorf Kickstarter! Our last Kickstarter was focusing on "The Prancing Peacock" more or less a full tavern setting. Our new Kickstarter still focuses on the town of Dunkeldorf, but this time it's all about a Brewer "Sven Wentzel" who's also the leader of a ruthless gang of thugs. There's also more focus on the mutants that dwell in the sewers beneath the town. Finally, the third "Faction" for this campaign is Witch Hunters and their Hired Swords who are en route towards Dunkeldorf to root out the mutants they've heard
  2. @lexomatic I think your calculation is pretty far off :) If you went for the Innkeeper Pledge you would get 18 miniatures for 475 DKK which is just around 71 USD, so that's about 4 USD per miniature plus you're getting accessories and some pets for free as well :) @Disciple of Sakura Thank you for backing! :) @knight of the Dinner Table Thank you too! Hope you'll be happy with your picks :)
  3. @TheUncannyAK - Glad you like them both :D @Lidless Eye - Thank you for the support! @Spodi - Thank you so much, that's a huge compliment as our goal was to give them as much character as possible to avoid "Generic townsfolk". Here are 2 of the latest pictures from the last update. A little mood picture with a bunch of the miniatures and a render of Heinz the Noble Kid and his dog Felix.
  4. @dwarvenranger Thank you! :) @animesensei Sorry to hear that, but I understand. No point in backing if you don't use metal miniatures - Thanks for your interest nonetheless :) Here are some new pictures from our latest update - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kinggames/dunkeldorf-the-prancing-peacock/posts/2880546
  5. @Marc Hehe, I can understand that. I think Reaper has spoiled a lot of us in regards to that. They've done a great job with the Bones line and improved them so much compared to the quality of the very first Bones Kickstarter. Price and quality makes it super attractive, but unfortunately it's hard for smaller companies such as ours to get that sort of operation set up as we would need to get them produced in China and get A LOT of miniatures made before it would make sense. Reaper has probably also spent what I expect to be a huge amount of time perfecting their "Bones recipe" and I wouldn't e
  6. @Loth Glad to hear that! We had talked about a male version of a wench, but we thought a peglegged version of a traditional wench would be a lot of fun :) I've attached a few of the latest pictures from the project. The painted version of our bard, a little scene in the dark streets of Dunkeldorf (With a mutant lurking around in the background), the sculpt of the halfling Thia and concepts for our slightly silly "Guard Chicken" pet.
  7. @TheUncannyAK there are still several add-ons coming up, so you'll probably have a bit of choosing to do :D @dragonwyrm thanks for backing! Glad you like several of the miniatures, despite thinking the scribe is a bit too much out there, which is exactly why we figured that the pledges where you can choose the miniatures would be a good idea :) - If you can live with the parchment, the candle shouldn't be too hard to remove and cover up. I've just looked at the sculpt right now and that's certainly doable. But hopefully there'll be plenty of others that you can choose from. I
  8. Hi everyone, Sorry for not having replied to all your kind replies, the Kickstarter has been doing much better than we expected so things have been really busy for us! Thank you so much for supporting us and showing interest :) Regarding the sitting miniatures, my wife and I are huge Reaper fans and have been for many years (We also stock a lot of their assortment in our webshop) we have been hoping (And have even suggested it in the past) that Reaper would make sitting minis at some point. But it may not be worthwhile for such a large company to produce them and there's also the issu
  9. Hey everyone! We have just launched our new Kickstarter containing a bunch of townsfolk and tavern miniatures. The Kickstarter includes several sitting miniatures that fit together with our chairs, benches and table. There's also quite a lot of accessories for the tables and many other things planned during the campaign. Our first campaign was mentioned here on the forum so I figured there might be some interest again with our second Kickstarter! :D https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kinggames/dunkeldorf-the-prancing-peacock
  10. @kodiakbear That's a great story/background! Thanks for reminding folks Ratmaster2000! :) - Link here to those interested: https://dunkeldorf.backerkit.com/hosted_preorders Some of the latest pictures included below
  11. And finished! Thanks to all of you here on the forum who supported us, showed interest or gave feedback - To those who missed the opportunity, we will be launching our Pledge Manager in about 2 weeks where Late Pledges are possible :)
  12. Glad to hear it redambrosia, thanks! We can always figure something out later on, just send us a message and we'll sort it out (If you don't have the funds during the Pledge Manager). As long as you write to us before we ship out your pledge of course :) We have just unlocked the very last Stretch Goal of the campaign - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kinggames/dunkeldorf-28mm-fantasy-rpg-townsfolk-miniatures/posts/2468575 Which means that the Noble Pledge is getting everything below: 17 Miniatures (5 added for free through Stretch Goals) 3 Animals (2 Cat
  13. Nunae, thanks for that thorough reply, it's great to get such feedback, and thank you so much for backing! The very first thing we talked about when we started the project, was that we did not want to make generic townsfolk, we wanted them to be quite unique, and that, combined with the gloomy tone definitely isn't everyone's cup of tea as you mention. But I agree with you, that the miniatures are much more versatile than the artwork, both because of the sculpt but also because a paint job can make a huge difference :) redambrosia, the animals will be made avail
  14. Thanks Ratmaster2000 and JoeGKushner! :) Nunae, glad you like the scale comparison photos, we've experienced the lack of these in the past on some Kickstarters, so we really felt that it was important to do these :) Regarding them looking grumpy, I don't personally find it that bad. I have all the Reaper townsfolk by Bobby Jackson in my collection, and they're definitely not running around with huge smiles on their faces either :P - So I don't feel that it's something that really stands out compared to many other miniatures. And the setting that we're creating with Dunkeldorf is
  15. Glad to hear @Pineapple! 17 miniatures included in the full set now, along with all the other stuff :) - Hehe, great idea, he does fit the criterias of a pirate's pet :D The Bailiff has just been painted up as seen below (Fun fact now that we're on the Reaper forum, she was painted with 90% Reaper paints), and then WIP pictures of the Ogre Bouncer (This one's an add-on) Latest update from the campaign here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kinggames/dunkeldorf-28mm-fantasy-rpg-townsfolk-miniatures/posts/2461835
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