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By Knight of the Dinner Table
That's the preview page, project will go live on 25th.
Miniatures look great:
But I'm trying to talk myself out of it:
- The company's first project (Wild Assent) has not yet been delivered (they say they will keep the pledge manager for this project open long enough so you can up your pledge as soon as Wild Assent is delivered)
- It's ... quite pricey.
- Minis look like they are made by Archon (which on the one hand is good because Archon does make nice, detailed minis ... on the other hand ... I'm not so sure I want to support the company for different reasons)
Welcome to our first campaign, Monster Families!
La Louve 3D offers you this project, a collection of adorable, funny and dreadful miniatures to liven your role playing games. We have highlighted some little represented creatures and their babies! All our models are 3D printable without other supports needed with a FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printer or SLA (Stereolithography) printer.
As I've run across this problem with multiple minis that are the same, these would be handy. I've looked at this guy's product for years & I've tried to come up with solutions but overall his is the best for what it represents (or at least what I'd use em for).
Public Market, via @Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/693352677/public-market?ref=android_project_share
Public Market is a tile drafting and tile-laying game set in the Pacific Northwest. Players will venture out on to the open waters of the Pacific, haul in fresh fish (represented as polyominoes), and carefully pack the fish into an ice chest (ideally around the crabs and ice cubes already present). Once the player feels comfortable with the amount of fish in their ice chest, they head to the market to fulfill contracts to outsell their competition and build their reputation up with the local canneries.
Designed by the team Flatout Games (designers of Point Salad and publisher of Calico) and with stunning art by Beth Sobel, Public Market is a wonderful mix of bidding, tile placement, set collection, and engine building. Jump aboard your vessel and head out on the cool crisp waters to find your adventure.
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