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Mystic Realm's QCS: Quick Cave System 3d Tabletop Terrain

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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mysticrealm/mystic-realms-qcs-quick-cave-system-3d-tabletop-terrain?ref=discovery_category_newest

 

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Mystic-Realm's Quick Cave & Cavern System

In this campaign we deliver to you a stand alone wall-less terrain system that will work with the terrain you already have.

QCS terrain is designed to get the tabletop adventure assembled quickly! Each chamber ranges in size all the way up to nearly 8 inches x 8 inches.  Lay down one chamber sections [encounter] at a time as your players progressing though the adventure [fog of war style] or pre build the entire adventure with a quickness. 

The wall-less design and large pieces make for easy painting, easy transport and playable in any direction.   Playable in any direction? YES! Aside from being able to play off any edge each chamber is double sided! 

This Kickstarter will include the Base System set 1, Stalagmites set 1, Pools set 1 and the 6 pieces Junctions set 1.  For stretch goals the QCS will expand to include - Twist & Turns set 1 and Bridges set 1.  Each set includes 4 double side themed chamber pieces.  Printing two of each double sided chamber will give you 8 unique playable chambers for each set.  So each set is pretty big and provided more than enough encounters for an evening adventure.

 

QCS Base System

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QCS Stalagmites 

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QCS Pools 

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Junctions Accessories

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Stretch Goal LOCKED QCS: Twist & Turns 

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