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Hello again!  

About a year and a half ago you all helped bring Fantasy RPG coasters to life.  Since then I've still been making sawdust, developing new products and taking the coasters on the road. While exhibiting at conventions (GenCon, GameHole Con, GaryCon) the question I had the most was "Do you have anything for Cthulhu?"  To which I had to reply "Cthulhu F'htaghn!" and also "Not yet."

Well now I've got a few and if it pleases The Great Old Ones we'll make quite a few more!

Why Kickstarter... again?

Artwork is expensive and there's so much in the realm of Cthulhu RPGs that can be brought out with your help.   I also need a new table saw, the tentacle-laden heart of any workshop, which is where the initial goal will be going!

I'll be partnering again with Dan Warren, who you may know from those awesome Steve Lichman campaigns.  Dan has worked on a ton of stuff and I'm delighted to be working with him again to bring these maddening coasters to your game table. 

About the coasters

All of the coasters I make are made from solid hardwood and are about 3.75" in diameter by a quarter inch thick.  They've got 1/16" felt on the bottom to provide a nice cushion and not scratch any of your beautiful tables!


New Products & Add-ons

Since the last campaign, I've made a couple new products that have been well received.  I'm offering them at a discount through this campaign.  They'll be Add-ons to any backers pledge.  When inputting your pledge amount add an extra amount to cover whatever the Add-On is that you'd like.  After the campaign you'll be able to manage your add-ons with Backerkit. 


The dice boxes are 5.5" in diameter and work well for dice storage and rolling, and they fit perfectly behind a Keeper/GM screen. The lid is held in place with four magnets that defy the natural order with their strength.  It's quite tough to pry the lid off, but a simple twist will open them right up.  The suede flocking on the inside is red or green.

 Warning - The magnets in any of my products are very strong and can be dangerous, especially if swallowed.  They're not toys and shouldn't be given to children.  Please see the manufacturers guidelines.  I've not had any installed magnets come out of my products, but I thought I'd mention it. 


Do you love some of the artwork enough to put a huge 13.5" diameter wall coaster on your wall? This is for you!

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might be a guilty pleasure but I rather like the wall coaster. Can't access the kickstarter right now but I wonder if they can work from customer drawings.

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