KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by electricmotorcycles » Fri May 26, 2017 8:40 pm

AnimeSensei wrote:
Thu May 25, 2017 1:19 pm

(unless we get a smoke/fog machine that can fit within a tile) but if someone could pull it off it would be epic.
i just ordered one of these to try with my DF, it should fit within a tile space

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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by Vegomatic » Fri May 26, 2017 7:35 pm

bernyleung wrote:
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I, myself, am excited for KS11, "Non-Euclidian Game Tiles", which will finally lay to rest any arguments about measurements or compatibility.
LOL!!! :lol: :lol:

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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by bernyleung » Fri May 26, 2017 7:34 pm

lostpict wrote:
Fri May 26, 2017 6:21 pm
I hope that we get the water features as part of KS5. The rest of the ideas are interesting, but i hope KS6 focuses on more city stuff, but that is just me. That said, I am far more interested in KS4 wrapping up fulfillment, ks5 successfully launching, and then after the smoke clears figure out what we need. ;-)
Hence the "way too soon" heading!

I, myself, am excited for KS11, "Non-Euclidian Game Tiles", which will finally lay to rest any arguments about measurements or compatibility.

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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by lostpict » Fri May 26, 2017 6:21 pm

I hope that we get the water features as part of KS5. The rest of the ideas are interesting, but i hope KS6 focuses on more city stuff, but that is just me. That said, I am far more interested in KS4 wrapping up fulfillment, ks5 successfully launching, and then after the smoke clears figure out what we need. ;-)
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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by William » Fri May 26, 2017 4:31 pm

There is some stone along the edge (just looking at the concept pieces from superjman) with a possibility of slippage. I'm thinking of a stepped waterfall within a tall cliff face as if the water cut into the cliff face. Just to give players the option :? of trying the waterfall edges :o multiple die rolls or a tall cliff face :shock: that might hurt a bit more if they fell off. It all depends on the dice and their choices.

Yes, you are correct. The "kewl 8-) look" is what I'm for, so that is why it should be a small stand alone add-on for we who would want it (or many sets of them).
To each their own, it's choices that make our life more interesting. ;)
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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by AnimeSensei » Fri May 26, 2017 4:05 pm

I can use all of those with more purpose than a waterfall. We can agree to disagree. :D

And let me know how spider climb works out for you on a waterfall. ;)
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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by William » Fri May 26, 2017 3:42 pm

What good are castle walls, city building walls or even any walls for dungeons or caverns in that regard. Why would we even want elevation blocks then. There's this thing called spider climb, I know you've heard of it AnimeSensei. ;)
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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by AnimeSensei » Fri May 26, 2017 3:30 pm

Regarding waterfalls.... I want pieces I can have my players play on. Waterfalls look cool and all, but really to me they are something I wouldn't back unless there was a way I could use them other than just for looks. The way it stands now, they would just be blocks that have limited use in an environment. Sorry. :(
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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way too soon discussion

Post by bernyleung » Fri May 26, 2017 12:24 pm

Fixed spelling in subject line, because I'm a jerk.

I've thought and thought, and I'm not sure if I would be into a "wilderness' type KS.
We've talked a lot about huge modular trees large enough and stable enough to put house and walkway structures on, but I can't wrap my head around a pleasing-looking esthetic. I won't support this idea as a direction for DR unless I see some real prototypes that blow me away.

Now, a "field and farm" type KS I could get behind, sort of like a KS3 expansion. Wooden walls for cottages, barns, and stables. Simple fencing for corrals. Wood or thatch roofs. Wells and small outbuildings. And miniatures. Tons and tons of regular folk miniatures, of all shapes, sizes, ages, and colours.

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Re: KS6 Forces of Nature way to soon discussion

Post by Senile Norseman » Fri May 26, 2017 11:23 am

+1 to a small waterfall add on... let people buy multiples if they want to go large... hmmm... I would be buying multiples...
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