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EDIT:  The kickstarter is now LIVE:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/monsterfightclub/monster-terrain/description

 

This is a company set up by some of the guys from Gale Force 9.  They posted on FB saying a little over a week after Adepticon (mid-April), these trees are hitting kickstarter, and they can come painted... 

 

The sign in one pic says $30 for the trees, with 3 trees in front of the sign.  If they are indeed $10 per tree painted, I will be in it three figures...

 

 

 

 

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Definitely some nice trees.  Going to be interesting to see if the other stuff on that table comes up too...

 

Surprised nobody is commenting about the game right next to their displayer :P

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I see these and can't help but think BRING ME A SHRUBBERY! 

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I would love to have some of these. I've been getting really interested in having better terrain for my Pathfinder games, even if my players are too lazy to get up to look around the table if there's something blocking their view...^_^

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The unpainted Tree of Despair was $15 in KS4, and will likely be more in retail.  These trees come painted with removable canopies.  I think they are a good middle ground between Dwarven Forge's Dreadhollow and flocked trees.  A lot less maintenance than flocking, but less modular than Dwarven Forge.  If you can get them for a little over $10 per tree, I think they are worth it.

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I agree. They are somewhat pricy, but at the same time we are talking already painted, looks good, and they're modular.  I like them, but I'll have to think about it, since if I did get in I'd probably want at least three sets of this and that... 

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That.

 

If I were to get trees I would get a forest. :P And then... I dunno it feels a bit pricey. Though I also skipped on the DF foresty stuff. :)

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These look really nice, but they're super pricey (at least for my wallet). 3 trees for $40. I'd love to have a bunch of these, but oooh, man. Even the $110 pledge and getting 3 sets is prohibitive while not really covering enough of a playmat for a forest encounter. They look really good, though. I'll have to see if I can find the funds somewhere...

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