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If anybody here loves cavern terrain and missed DF's first cavern KS KS2, this spring/summer around June DF will have KS6. The theme of KS6 will be Return to the Caverns and should be great fun for those who took part in KS2 or those who are new to DF.
DF had this to say and showed the below teaser pics
We're doing for Caverns what Dungeon of Doom did for Dungeons. A whole new batch of fun pieces to enhance your existing collection, but also completely stand-alone.
Some of the key features:
New Core Shapes (diagonal wall, convex curves, 1" pieces, etc)
Elevation (with stuff that's impossible on graph paper...)
Negative Space pieces (and new Terrain Trays)
Flashy Pieces (Magnets & LEDs)
Large pieces (4x4 and larger)
By Knight of the Dinner Table
This looks like a very interesting board game with lots of new, fresh ideas and cool artwork (and nice minis - there is even a pledge level for just the minis: around 15 of them for $20 plus shipping):
About this project
It's a harsh but lucrative business being a mercenary out on the edge of civilization. You must explore the harsh wilderness and engage in deep tactical combat, where the decisions you make have an impact not only on your own character, but also the world around you.
Gloomhaven is cooperative game of card-driven combat set in a persistent fantasy campaign which will change and grow as you play the game.
There is always more to unlock and explore in the world of Gloomhaven.
All this and more comes with the Lord Cireneg's City pledge! (Some stretch goals shown) Lord Cireneg's City is a bustling city with buildings stacked side by side to create a true feeling of a metropolis of the medieval age, suited to your medieval or fantasy setting. This is the second of multiple Kickstarter campaigns, each building upon the previous campaign of the border fort to eventually make it into a magnificent castle fit for a king.
Not only does this contain buildings for creating residential areas of a city but you can also create busy marketplaces, belltowers to dominate the skyline and inns for that exciting starting point for any great RPG.
Pieces stack upon each other for quick assembly and disassembly.
STL files are scaled for 28mm gaming.
PLAY This Kickstarter campaign is best combined with the Border Fort to create an impressive walled city. Purchase the city walls, along with many other designs previously created, in the "I'm New Here, What's All This" pledge level or if you would like to try out a free design, click the link to download many of the free designs (or purchase other designs) from my store at DriveThruRPG. Some are pay what you want so if you like them you could spend a little bit if you so desire.
Included with the Hear Ye Hear Ye pledge will be:
A variety of files to make housing for a populated city. This will come in 2 different widths and 3 different depths with 2 different styles and a variety of different roof types. This allows you to stack them upon each other as high as you would like for a different style of housing every time you game!
8 different roofs. The thin ones have a long and medium sized length. The thicker widths ones have 4 long roofs, 1 medium sized and 1 small. There is also a piece to go on the top of each chimney. All the different wall options. 22 different types. 2 different floors types. 1 with joists flush with the walls 1 with joists sticking out. 3 different lengths, 2 different widths. 9 in total. The base pieces are where the city buildings join horizontally. There are 14 pieces in total. They have 2 different lengths and 2 different widths. Some pieces are for either end of the street and there are even some included if you want to have them as standalone buildings. The sheer amount of these gives you endless options for the city of your choice!
So how do they fit together?
Pieces vertically slot together on a simple peg system. Pieces horizontally are joined only at the base piece with a dovetail join. This makes it easy for putting together and packing away.
You do need to be selective when choosing your pieces as pieces share joining walls. So a large piece beside a small piece will have an extra half wall to enclose the interior while other pieces are completely enclosed so they can be at the end of the street or at the top tier of your building, rising above the rest.
PLAY Piecing together is easy. Just choose the pieces you want and stack them up!
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