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#53874
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
dice4hire wrote:
I wonder how many people will drop huge amounts on the second kickstarter. A lot of people (me included) went from nothing to something, and that is a lot more enticing than going from some to more.

I seriously doubt I would spend as much on a second kickstarter, though it would of course depend on how much I like it.


For many years I looked at DF but I did not want to have that much resin plus the cost stopped me from even starting a collection (not to say it is not worth the cost). With the KS I went in for 5 unpainted plus 4 add-ons with no advanced notice(a lot of money for me). If DF said they were going to do a cavern KS in November I would start saving so I could pledge for 10 or 15 unpainted sets.
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#53875
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Honestly, caverns would be fun, but I'm not sure that I would heavily invest in them. I'd probably be in for about five painted sets like I eventually decided on for the Game Tiles, but I wouldn't go further than that unless the add-on packs really blew my mind. Never say never though, I am prepared to be blown away by what Stefan and Jeff come up with, I just hope my wallet can take it. ;)
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#53925
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I love the idea of caverns and I will probably back anything DF does in the future but I think a water set would be awesome. After seeing pictures from posters like Law, I can see how versatile the water tiles are. They really add to the aesthetic and are nearly impossible to replicate with other things (maybe my imagination isn't good enough). It would be awesome if the next KS had water add-ons or something. That would fit with a cavern theme! Anyways, I'm just excited about finding DF and can't wait to try out my first set.

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#53958
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Quuids wrote:
I love the idea of caverns and I will probably back anything DF does in the future but I think a water set would be awesome. After seeing pictures from posters like Law, I can see how versatile the water tiles are. They really add to the aesthetic and are nearly impossible to replicate with other things (maybe my imagination isn't good enough). It would be awesome if the next KS had water add-ons or something. That would fit with a cavern theme! Anyways, I'm just excited about finding DF and can't wait to try out my first set.

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From what has been said, I think water tiles or effects would need to be resin and would not likely be able to be done in the material the game tiles are being made of. But it could be a great add-on for DF to do for a caverns KS and would work great to introduce the resin to new customers.

I can see many people going into a caverns KS with the mind set of being glad it was all made of Dwarvenite so they could store it easily and then thinking it would not be so hard to re-box up just the water tile add-ons. Then DF could add a few more resin add-ons during a third Dwarvenite KS and bring more of the Dwarvenite only over to the resin side.
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#53978
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
First Post.

For me the Kickstarter provided what I needed for my personal style of GMing: the ability to make a 3D layout of what was previously just lines on a vinyl battlemat. The resin sets while magnificent were too constricting in the size of the area that could be achieved.

I had always wanted DF sets but until the KS was unable to justify the expenditure.

Thus I would like to see the Dwarvenite sets remain more basic and open while the resin sets retain their quality and detail.

As to future Kickstarters I suspect that many old school RPGers are now sadly like me - when I was younger I had plenty of time but no money, now I have money but no time. So as long as they are say six months apart I would have no issue with further Kickstarters.

My personal preference would be for a Caverns set with the ability to make both tunnels and large caverns. In part this could be achieved by using the larger floor pieces that was a add-on to the Kickstarter.

Providing water as additional resin pieces would certainly be a good idea.

Just my 2 cents.
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#54104
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I also am interested in a dwarvenite caverns set. I finally bought in due to the excellent value offered by the kickstarter.
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#54229
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 10 Months ago  
This is my first foray into the world of Dwarven Forge. As I have yet to get the tiles in hand, I'm really unsure of what I would like to see them produce. The one thing I am sure about is that I hope that their next Kickstarter happens when I have more free money on hand.

I expect the sets to be beautiful and I'm sure I'll love having them in hand, but I know I bought way more than I will ever need. I just don't have the spacing to keep all tiles out. I'll mostly make small sections at a time and change as needed.

Caverns would be nice to have. If they produced an outdoor set, that would really catch my eye.
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#54395
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 9 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
First, caverns obviously. Hopefully with a few stock, mass-produceable catacombs pieces that could be used in caverns or the regular dungeon pieces.

Second, regarding the sci-fi sets, I think this would have to be done carefully. DF should hedge its bet: make a few generic gothic passageway pieces with separate gothic-y sci-fi 40k-ish "dungeon dressing" pieces (monitors, equipment, etc). So the people who want to play D&D use the passageway pieces only, and the people who want to play 40k add the sci-fi dungeon dressing. In other words, don't make a sci-fi only set that D&D players can't use until you've established that there's a market for sci-fi only sets. A dual-purpose set would be a good way to test the waters.
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#55297
Re:What do we WANT to see happen next? 8 Months, 1 Week ago  
I am also interested in a dwarvenite caverns set.
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