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Monster Terrain (Monster Fight Club) has fir/pine trees now available, as well as an unpainted and STL option.  The trees look good!

 

I have their trees from last year and they are second best to Dwarven Forge in terms of quality for plastic trees.

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/monsterfightclub/ice-wilds/description

 

 

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Bit of a pity they don't have a 4x4' table option.. As in table mat. The various terrain does look tempting though... 

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Dwarven Forge Wildlands just closed out a few weeks ago and I backed that hard for trees. It’s a shame this one falls so close lest I would have diversified more. 

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Well they are certainly proud of their scatter terrain.  I didn't back the wildlands DF Kickstarter  because the price was to high for something ill only use once or twice a year.

 

Their trees would look nice in my village though! I wish them luck and maybe I will win the lottery 

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One week left.

 

Lots of cool stuff in the stretch goals and add-ons.

 

 

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Also, they don't advertise this that much, but all of the fire effects appear to be swappable and can be used for fireballs as well.

 

 

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Threw in $20 on this, will probably throw in more in the pledge manager, if it lasts long enough. For now I just want the foliage for the old trees set. But if I manage to get the money, I'd love to get the new pine trees as well.

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16 hours ago, Talae said:

These are tempting:

 

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Don't forget you also get the fallen pine trees and the other stuff that's free with each shipment too.

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Went ahead and backed it at the $110 level; I would have doubled or tripled that pledge had I not just finished backing the Dwarven Forge one. This will add some nice spice and variety to my gaming table with the winter theme. 

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Each shipment now comes with these; the cheapest pledge option is $40.  The fallen pine trees are a $20 add-on, so with those and the other freebies it's over a 50% stretch goal bonus on top of your pledge.  

 

You don't see this type of discount often for a company that already has Kickstarter credibility; usually you see stuff like this when it's a company/individual that is trying to entice people to take a risk.  This is like Dwarven Forge KS1/KS2 or Reaper kickstarter value now.

 

 

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11 hours ago, animesensei said:

Each shipment now comes with these; the cheapest pledge option is $40.  The fallen pine trees are a $20 add-on, so with those and the other freebies it's over a 50% stretch goal bonus on top of your pledge.  

 

You don't see this type of discount often for a company that already has Kickstarter credibility; usually you see stuff like this when it's a company/individual that is trying to entice people to take a risk.  This is like Dwarven Forge KS1/KS2 or Reaper kickstarter value now.

 

 

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Alright you got me. Now convince me of the $40 pledge vs the $110. Lol

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