DMB Kickstarter: What Do I Get for My Money?

We have been asked for a bit more description on what you get fro your pledge levels, so we have put together a little visual representation, and have updated the campaign on Kickstarter, but thought we would put a little blog post together for you as well!

Our First Pledge Level is for a Runic Floor Piece, and Here it is in all its glory, Its £10 if you want it in Standard Dungeon Grey, and its £20 if you want it painted.

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Our net pledge level is for a Small Room. The room pieces make a 3 tile  by 3 tile room (in a 30ft by 30ft room if you are working on the scale side of things) and will set you back £20 for it in a Standard Dungeon Grey Finish.

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So on to the set pledge levels, our first one is the Single Set which can be yours for £50 in Standard Dungeon Grey, or £95 if you want it in a Deluxe Finish.

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Next we have Two Sets, which will Set you back £100 in the Standard Dungeon Grey Finish, or £180 in a Deluxe Finish

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Following the Two Set pledge level we have the three set pledge level (yes there is a pattern forming here!) Three sets will set you back £150 for the Standard Dungeon Grey finish or £220 for a Deluxe Finish)

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So next we have the 4 Set Pledge Level, which is £180 for the standard Dungeon Grey Finish or  £300 for the Deluxe Finish4-sets

The Final Pledge level (before we get in to the stranger and more expensive pledge levels is, yes you guessed it the 5 Set Pledge Level. This pledge level is set at £250 fro the standard Dungeon Grey Finish or £450 for a Deluxe Finish.

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As always we like to hear your feedback so feel free to leave a comment here on the blog, on the Facebook Page or on the Kickstarter!

Until Next time,

Andy @ DMB

 

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Andy has been involved in the gaming industry for a long time. He has played in or run almost every type of roleplaying game imaginable, he has worked for Games Workshop as a store manager and has written several articles and adventures for various games company’s and websites. He lived in the USA for some time exploring the gaming scene out there and seeing how the Americans do things bigger and better than most……

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