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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by fnordfriendly » Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:08 pm

kitenerd wrote:
Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:49 am
30x30 available now

http://www.brokenegggames.com/terrain/a ... tiles.html

they had production issues with larger sizes so they are still fulfilling the last few of those (i think all grided are out, non gridded have a few still waiting) - after that i would expect to see larger sizes including the water design in the store
Thanks, I'll see what I can afford!

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by kitenerd » Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:49 am

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Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:18 am
Love the pic of goblins dancing on the tables, and the boat loaded up with booty! I also want that battlemat, and the boathouse is cool!
30x30 available now

http://www.brokenegggames.com/terrain/a ... tiles.html

they had production issues with larger sizes so they are still fulfilling the last few of those (i think all grided are out, non gridded have a few still waiting) - after that i would expect to see larger sizes including the water design in the store
"Miniatures?, sure sign of a petty mind!" - 'The Women' 1939

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by fnordfriendly » Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:18 am

Love the pic of goblins dancing on the tables, and the boat loaded up with booty! I also want that battlemat, and the boathouse is cool!

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by thebigteacher » Sat Jan 13, 2018 11:18 pm

Great idea for the boat house, I'll be using that.

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by Rabbit Burner » Sat Jan 13, 2018 8:03 pm

Looks like a shed load of fun!
which is the point we think.

Like the use oh upside down half height CBS posts and railings
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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by kitenerd » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:39 am

Ahhh, mayhem and chaos - that's what makes for a good night of gaming.

With a little strategy suggestion from Chief Gutwad our heroes snuck into the barn where they found a guard drinking in dereliction of duty. They killed him and set the livestock free. Chuffy rode Squeely Nord out of the barn and right smack through the middle of the cake!

While the rest of the Licktoads battled the party guests our heroes focused on the bride and groom.
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after they slaughtered everyone, goblins began dancing on the tables (cougars and badgers are sheep and goats... in case you are confused)
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Then the boys ran Lottie off and decided to loot the house and sail their treasure downriver... it was sort of like the Clampetts set sail! They had a great time seeing how much stuff they could get to balance on the little boat.
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A good time was had by all. Three times we had heroes down, thank goodness for Magical Maggie's Miracle Medicine! We are beginning to understand flanking, charge and five foot step. We still make lots of funny mistakes (like adding our intelligence score to our initiative roll... INT Init - these things are confusing!) but they are definitely getting in the swing of things. They were all super stoked when i told them they would go up a level for next weeks adventure. That was when i knew they were hooked ;)
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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by dice4hire » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:35 pm

100% DF or nothing.....

Seriously, looks like it will be fun.

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by unclebilly » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:10 pm

Nice set up looks like a lot of fun.

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Re: Paddlefoot Farm

Post by AnimeSensei » Fri Jan 12, 2018 4:05 pm

Very cool! And I always feel like you mentioned; I feel like my builds are kind of sparse. I like yours though, I've never created a wedding in D&D.... might be fun sometime to have someone crash one...
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Paddlefoot Farm

Post by kitenerd » Fri Jan 12, 2018 2:44 pm

I never GM, but i am teaching a group of 12-13 year olds to play Pathfinder.

We of course started with We Be 4 Goblins and will work our way through the series. Fun to play and goblins have exactly the same mentality as 12yr olds. Which is to say lots of fart and booger jokes!

Here is the Paddlefoot Farm (where a wedding is taking place) waiting to be destroyed in a goblin raid!
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Loving my new mats from Broken Egg Games. These were a KS, they took a little while but were worth the wait. One mat was 4 different sections of river that you cut apart and then just overlay on any other mat (their whole MO is 2D terrain, including 4 layers of a tower etc. - i prefer to use DF!)

Anyway, not up to the benchmark of setups around here, but i am just happy to have an excuse to play with my toys. I am quite sure the kids will LOVE destroying this!
"Miniatures?, sure sign of a petty mind!" - 'The Women' 1939

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