Thursday again already. Not a complaint. I'm ready for this week to be over. It's been busy, so that means it's going quickly by, but it also means I'm clocking out and being like, "And I'm done..." A couple days of rest will be greatly appreciated. But, in the meantime, we need to make sure your gaming tables look good. Today in the Terrain Corner we have:
This campaign presents the Morgana-class destroyer (in both vertical and horizontal versions), the Ferrum Quaesitor prospecting ship, and the Iroquois drop ship. These small ships fill both sides of the poster and the matching miniatures are sold as a set for extra savings. Digital documentation is also provided to fully describe the ships, their interiors, and background information.
What is Space Bug Prairie? It is a new setting for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons with 3d-printable models and an accompanying ebook. We have the models ready, and we have secured the very talented Nickolas Patino (Kniraven) to make everything 5e compliant, but we need additional funding for a high-quality setting guide. This project aims to see that book get made and these models (and more) released, printed, and used.
Welcome to my new kickstarter project! And yes, again it is a "Pay what you want" project, in addition to having the option to add an expansion with more pieces. Being a "pay what you want" campaign means that, for the contribution you want (minimum €1), or can pay, or think it deserves, you will receive a set of STL files so you can print on your 3D printer. And if you are looking for something else, for a higher contribution, you can also get the extra/expansion set that I have added.
I would like to stress that what you will receive are the digital files, not the physical models. Each one should then print them to use or play with them.
And this time I bring you a modular gothic tower (or I see it gothic, I don't understand much either). It is separated by levels, all compatible with each other, so you can make it as high as you want. In addition, the pieces are provided to use it as a dice tower and, depending on the level of contribution, also floors to use the interior.