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I've got bunches and have shown off what I've made in my WIP thread. There was no KS for these, probably never will be, as Wyrd is pretty stable financially and did it old school.


You do need lots of them, at least 3, to make anything decent and I'd probably suggest 2 of the clip packs as well. I personally have 4 buildings, 3 streets and one sewer and between 2 street packs and 3 building packs I can cover a table.


Also, if you buy them, get them from amazon where you're paying $35 a pack instead of $50.

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Probably be cheaper to order off of US Amazon and pay shipping. My fiancé orders from Amazon.UK for BBC stuff (like Doctor Who videos) and it's way cheaper then buying from US Amazon even after shipping.


And just so people dont have to go searching though my WIP thread, including me, here's one of the Terraclip things I did.



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Ya, they get pricey. My work only gives bonuses/awards as gift certificates so that dictates all my non-miniature spending. This summer was fairly good spending wise.


I get those too sometimes. I keep forgetting to get Amazon instead of Barns and Noble though.

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I have close to a dozen sets myself. They are really nice sets, but as stated earlier you really need more than one set of each. I haven't cleared out a work space to build anything approaching the rather impressive setup already showcased. I'm lucky enough to have a store that stocks them locally so I was able to pick them up over several months.

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That's 2 streets and 3 buildings. The park was scratch built from extra street tiles I have from a 3rd box.


Connector wise I think it's 4-5 boxes. This setup is two folding tables that I set up in my guest room\gaming room and the tables, while the same, are a bit unlevel so I needed extra connecors to make sure it was pretty strong. If I was on a table that size that was one piece I would have been able to use one less box I think.


All the buildings had removable roofs and stories. Here's a shot of the inn




And here's a shot of something smaller I made, about 2 and a half street sets, that's some bridges over a river.



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One more shot of me using 2 street sets, this was before I had bought more, as a modular dungeon crawl. I've had larger ones made before where there are doors that once you open I place the room but this particular one was very windy and it would have taken 5-6 sets to make. The downside to these really is it's hard to make a traditional D&D dungeon with them so after this I started building to the strengths of the Terraclips and remaking the maps which is what you saw with the previous photos I've shown.




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