Its all good all opinions are valid.MrMorden wrote: ↑Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:58 amLooking back, my comments look a bit "prickly", which I didn't intend. I should have put the standard disclaimer at the bottom that my comments were simply my opinion, your mileage may vary, void where prohibited by law, and all that. There is surely a market for this by the numbers, I just question the logic of the 443 backers.
Given how bright and weird tennis shoes are these days, most of us don't need clown shoes to get the same effect.
Over the years we have learnt that we can be wrong (surprising I know) and try hard to be open minded and see differing perspectives - but we do like to play devils advocate
Tennis shoes, golfing trousers - half way there already
This should be compulsory as would get more players to start about thinking 3D terrain.kitenerd wrote: ↑Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:26 am...
How awesome would it be if this became part of boxed set modules. where the box contained module, minis and several other boxes that made the layout (like WotC's Legend of Drizzt with walls) - i think that is the sweet spot for this idea - turn a $15 module into a $45 module with a dozen minis and a few printed boxes
Early GW fantasy Warhammer Boxed games had card buildings and monsters, how many thought that's cool but a little flimsy, I wonder if I could get a plastic one (obviously Dwarvenite these days).