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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/games06/easy-dungeon-seamless-magnetic-dungeon-tiles?ref=discovery

 

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The Easy Dungeon is designed to make the gaming experience realistic, fun and engaging without having to spend a lot of money to do it. All this while keeping faith with the fundamental principle of role playing: never knowing what will be a few steps ahead! With the Easy Dungeon system you can build corridors, alleys, rooms progressively as the DM unravels the adventure.

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Here follows the pledges and the add-ons you can select. If unlocked, you'll also receive all the free stretch goals related to the pledge you choose.

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1 hour ago, kristof65 said:

Very cool!

If I didn't already have tons of OpenForge/OpenLock stuff printed, I'd probably buy in. 

 

Yah I was thinking the same thing. It's a nice concept thou & would look fantastic as the Redbrand Hideout, my players are in right now. I'm still just learning what is out there for 3d printing pieces so I'll be passing on this one as well

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This is a useful idea, and seems easy as an alternative to posts from the old terralinx sets, or to anchor battle systems terrain. But the mat size seems weird, and they could use addons which are just mats and bases.

 

The page seems to be missing info on what countries they will ship to, which seems important...

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The countries are listed in the graphic that mentions shipping costs. Took me a second to find it, too.

 

I've backed. I may reconsider, but ultimately this trips a lot of the right switches for me.

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So, this is moving along. Backerkit surveys just happened yesterday.

 

A couple little worries have popped up, mostly just that they clearly haven't done a lot to familiarize themselves with the Kickstarter platform. But they continue to be confident about the actual production side, so I'm not in "welp, lost those dollars" mode yet.

 

Regardless, the tag can probably move to "funded."

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Received my pledge yesterday. Looks pretty good. If they did another series (of caverns or similar), I might be in for that. Easier and faster setup than Dwarven Forge, plus no painting.

 

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On 4/27/2019 at 10:44 PM, Sanael said:

Received my pledge yesterday. Looks pretty good. If they did another series (of caverns or similar), I might be in for that. Easier and faster setup than Dwarven Forge, plus no painting.

 

Please post a nice setup somewhere?

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Thanks for the pics!

 

I didn't notice it during the campaign ::(: but common "problem" with 3D wall tiles is that many dungeon maps will have the wall on the grid line, so, if the map is cramped with walls (eg. a labyrinth or jail cells) your 3D setup needs to adjust the layout to accommodate the width of the walls -- which can be a pain. With the cardboard, you can put the walls on the grid without affecting the rest of the board.  Also, if you need more room for the mini's, you can remove the walls, unlike most 3D tiles where the walls are molded or locked into the floor.

 

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Unfortunately, overhead, the setup doesn't look as impressive as 3D tiles. Need to impress the natives, y'know. :;):

 

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These walls are obviously lighter and so more transportable than plastic 3D tiles. I'm backing Loke's Dungeon Maps for transportability, but these tiles are obviously more customizable for dungeon layouts.

 

Thanks for the pictures!!!

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1 hour ago, ced1106 said:

 

Unfortunately, overhead, the setup doesn't look as impressive as 3D tiles. Need to impress the natives, y'know. :;):

 

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If the natives are sitting at the table, they're viewing it from a much lower angle than that photo. It's true that it isn't as immersive as a DF setup, but it's much better than hand-drawn lines on a dry-erase grid. And the relatively 2D nature of the walls is, as you said, veeeeery useful.

 

For my group, I'm looking forward to using this system!

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