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We are so close to that Goremaw The Devourer. I really like that design! I'm seriously thinking about getting it. I've never really bought/painted anything this extreme.  ::D:


Yes indeed. I think this is my favorite mini* of the entire KS, and that is saying something given the cool assortment of minis involved!







*I probably shouldn't actually call Goremaw a mini, lest he/she/it track me down and devour me for my insolence!   :ph34r: 

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Very Cool Sculpt and art work, I am not sure if i will buy though.  I don't think my group has any sea faring adventures planned.

I hope it does spur a lot of activity though, I want to see part 3 of the graveyard and everything else. 


I love this Kickstarter so far, even the parts I am not personally buying.

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  The problem with adding walls is it is so easy and cheap making a variety walls using the Hirst Arts molds,  So adding walls would actually make it less likely I would pledge for the expansion since I have LOTS of walls.  The fences are great since they will be a lot more sturdy than those made by casting plaster,


we've thought about Hirst arts, but I don't like how fragile they are. And how expensive. And the work that goes into making them. And then trying to store these expensive fragile things XD it just doesn't fit in with how we store our gaming items and how we play our games. Something more durable and lighter and cheaper would be useful to us. But i can understand how those who have the means and walls already wouldn't be as excited about Bones walls


Hey I'm one of those Hirst Arts crazy GMs :-) I know Hirstarts is not for everyone, but fragility and price realy isn't a problem especially for 3d dungeon setups. 1-2 Molds are enoug for basic layouts and if you compare that to the prices of premade terrain pices....

Concerning the "fragile" plaster, just use a good dental plaster (there are cheaper alternatives then excalibur, merlinsmagic) and coat the tile with a good varnish and you'll be fine. I even base a lot of minis on Hirst Arts tiles or other plaster bases from custom molds. To this day not a single tile has been damaged during a gaming session, including some accidental drops on the floor and very clumsy players :-)

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