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Secrets of Gullet Cove


There's tons of different reasons that someone might miss out on a Kickstarter campaign. But just because the timer's run out doesn't mean that you've lost the chance to get all the cool extras and special pricing. For example, Painting Polygons is now taking late pledges for their Animal Adventures: Secrets of Gullet Cove campaign. Want to get yourself some babypuppies and pretty kittes for your D&D games? You can get your name on the list to get them now.

After all the waiting, the time has come. Painting Polygons has launched their Kickstarter campaign for their next Animal Adventures product. If you're looking for a game where your character is a doggo or kitty cat, this is the game for you, including miniatures. The Secret of Gullet Cove campaign contains more than just an adventure book. There's a whole bunch of new miniatures added into the mix as well.

Awight! I shaw wewease... WOGAAAH!!!

I guess we now know who at least let this particular dog out. Roger's a big, happy, babypuppy pitty (with that giant bowling ball head that they have), and he just looks so happy to be here. Or, at least, he will be happy to be here when Painting Polygons launches their Animal Adventures: Secrets of Gullet Cove Kickstarter campaign in just a couple days.

We've seen several doggos for the Secrets of Gullet Cove, coming soon from Painting Polygons. However, canines aren't the only creatures coming. More felines will be making their way to production, including McCoy. Have a look at this fuzzy fluffball in this preview.

Who's a good boy? Who's a good boy!?!

Well, if anyone is, it's probably Reximus, the Doberman Paladin. Paladins tend to be well into the "good" side of the alignment chart, at least. Reximus will be one of the new doggos coming in Animal Adventures: Secrets of Gullet Cove, the new adventure from Painting Polygons as part of their Dungeons & Doggies line, coming to Kickstarter in a week.

The Kickstarter campaign for the next Animal Adventures book, Secrets of Gullet Cove, draws ever closer. As it draws near, Painting Polygons is showing off some of the figures that will be inside. This time around, we get Bartolomy, the bard. Though not one to sing, he does tell tales and weave poems for the enjoyment of all around.

And he's got just the biggest floopears ever!