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Starts Monday!

I wasn't expecting this!

They have good quality products, I have many of their dungeon and cavern sets.  Seems this Kickstarter is for a less expensive material, which may be a good idea.  Hope it is still pre-painted.

I think stretch goals on here could be amazing.


Here is their website if you want to check out their stuff...



From my E-mail....







Dwarven Forge is proud to announce the launch of our newest product -- Game Tiles -- on Kickstarter at 10am, Monday March 25th.


Game Tiles represents our dream product, made possible in part by the well-known crowd funding site, Kickstarter.com. We hope you will visit our campaign on Monday when it launches.


Game Tiles are fully compatible with all our other sets, but they are made out of a lighter, more durable material that also is less expensive -- especially if we hit our Stretch Goals. Complete information will be released on Monday, March 25th.


Thank you for your years of support, and thank you for any help you can give us on this project. We cannot wait for Monday to show the world our new stuff!



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@SamuraiJack The new material? Sounds good, I have the old resin stuff, its great, but heavy when you have a whole box of it, and always scared it will crack or break if dropped (one cavern stalagmite did, glued right back on though). This product beged to be in a more inexpensive, lightweight and durable material, I hope this is it! :)

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I told them to come over here and post because we'd be talking about it.. I'm trying to think of a suitable comparison because I know it feels like something I've held before, but I can't remember what it was.. Its really light and will probably bounce if you drop it..

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I wish there was a KS release schedule posted at the begining of every year so I could dictate where I spend my limited KS budget better. If I knew this was coming out, I might have spent less on previous KS's and used it here lol.

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It's made out of the same type of material that Gale Force Nine uses for their 'D&D Underdark' and 'Battlefield in a Box' line. As long as they are painted well...the soft rubbery material doesn't bother me. This whole switch was to make D.F. products more affordable to the general gaming public. I don't think they will replenish the old sets. If you notice on their website over half of their product line is "Out of Stock" and normally takes them 2 years to replenish. So, I don't think that's gonna happen anymore. Say goodbye to the old stuff and say hello to the new Kickstarter line! If you got an old set...you're lucky...it's now a collectible. I've been getting their stuff for years...since 1998 starting with the Ogre's Den. Ahhhh, memories.

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I'm super excited about this Kickstarter. There is not yet much info available as they have said they will release more details all at launch of their campaign, but I'm a huge fan of their products to date. Everything they have done in the past has had amazing attention to quality and detail, both in sculpting and painting, and they have always had amazing customer service. I've collected so much of their stuff over the years that I added a room to my house to be able to store it. :-0

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