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Ok, I was lukewarm on Brinewind so far, but part 2 sells it to me. It's shaping up to be the Dreadmere of this go around, with all the characterful NPCs. Also nice to see this many women, some of Sophie's friends from last KS should go great with the new female swashbuckler.

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I had pretty much already decided that I needed Brinewind, even though I really don't need more skeletons. Turns out I was right. There's already more than $50 value in that expansion for me.

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6 minutes ago, TripleH said:

They've added #624 to the Dark Depths graphic. A set of 3 fins.

 

Oh, that’s kinda cool.  They could turn out to be sharks or dolphins ...

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Brinewind looks like a "start your pirate campaign" set. Not super exciting, but definitely super useful, imo.

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Just now, Doug Sundseth said:

I had pretty much already decided that I needed Brinewind, even though I really don't need more skeletons. Turns out I was right. There's already more than $50 value in that expansion for me.

 

Yeah, dont need the skeletons but everything else is to my interest.

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1 minute ago, Smokestack said:

 

Yeah, dont need the skeletons but everything else is to my interest.

 

See, that's the thing. Even though I don't need the skeletons, I love the skeletons.

 

So apparently I need the skeletons after all. ::D:

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19 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

I suspect the Otter Pirates and the Nerieds will be in PT III of Brinewind?

 

Where is the Ghould Pit?

I wanna see it!

I'm feeling like the Nerieds will be a standalone grouping, that's mostly just because they don't really feel like 'pirate' stuff to me.

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2 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Brinewind looks like a "start your pirate campaign" set. Not super exciting, but definitely super useful, imo.

 

useful based on the campaigns you run.

 

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"Undead pirates?  Meh.  Half-Orc and Halflings Whores  Women of negotiable affection?  Muscly female bouncers?  I'm in!"

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14 minutes ago, Picheth said:

Looks like another dragon next...

Screenshot_20191031-162611_Chrome.jpg

Im guessing its the "white" dragon....but honestly the "Red" and "White" are the ones I want most.

2 minutes ago, Lidless Eye said:

"Undead pirates?  Meh.  Half-Orc Whores?  courtesan Muscly female bouncers?  I'm in!"

Hey hey!...show some respect for the ladies....*fixed*
Though a teifling whore....err....courtesan would be better...

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I like brinewood for sure. Every Dreadmere humanoid I've painted up so far has been really enjoyable to work on. I'm excited for a plethora of things that aren't big 2 or 3 tone monsters.

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3 minutes ago, Cygnwulf said:

I'm feeling like the Nerieds will be a standalone grouping, that's mostly just because they don't really feel like 'pirate' stuff to me.

 

You could be right.

Maybe the smaller boat and the otter pirates?

 

Anyway, it's a cool set, I love that Innkeeper!

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