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Heads Up, Dwarven Forge / Terrain people. These are terrain pieces specifically as entrances to dungeons, caverns, and other dark territory.


Delicious sculpts, in my opinion, with some options and choices I have truly never seen before.


The KS began about 12 hours ago, and he is already 3x past initial funding goal.


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It's not Garrick Forscale, no...it's one of his Anhurian cousins, the Heightseers.


Some cool stuff in this one, too bad the sweet spot looks sold through.

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What's up with the August or February delivery?  That's quite a gap depending on how soon you pledge.

From what I saw in the comments, there are August, November, February ship dates so that he can spread out the work for himself in a meaningful way. I backed at the $100 level in February and hope that I will be able to snag a better shipping option during the campaign.

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I agree the project looks pretty awesome.  These gates are going to really enhance my game boards rather well.  You can still get in with December 2014 shipping.  Six months is quite reason for this type of Kickstarter.  He's almost hit $27,000 and the stretch goals are getting better all the time.  I personal like all the options for the giant's gate myself.   

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I ended up dropping out of this. I like the doors, but I can't imagine needing more than one or two. Unfortunately, all of the stretch goals required you buying 3 gates or 9 doors. It wouldn't be so bad if the stretch goals were available as add ons, I'd happily pay for half of the free stretch goals, but they never added an option to do so.


It was the owlbear throw rug that convinced me to drop out. It is a nice, original piece and I'd love to have gotten one, but I wasn't about to raise my pledge $60 to get it. It is a very successful kickstarter though, with lots of cool items, so hopefully everything will be available individually at retail somewhere down the line.

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