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I just came across this one: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1680924898/tabletop-castles

It's fold-up, laminated artcard castle pieces. The detail looks pretty and after backing Dwarven Forge before asking myself "where am I gonna put all that?" the idea of fold-away terrain is appealing. This is the sort of thing I'll take to the FLGS to put on the war gaming table and then pack up and take home easily.

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Oh, I missed that. I read it as laminated greeting card material (basically card stock) in my quick skim. Thanks for pointing out it is more of an apples to oranges comparison.

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Hmmm, is this yet another KS that Eastern Front Studios are dipping their toes into? (If it's this EFS that are making that skeletal dragon.)

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