Dwarven Forge Help Build A Mighty City On Kickstarter!

March 9, 2015 by brennon

Dwarven Forge make some amazing modular terrain for the underground labyrinths and complex catacombs of your dungeon delving adventures but they are now on Kickstarter to bring the overworld to life too. See what you think of their City Builder campaign!

City Builder System

The City Builder System is a set of modular pieces that can be provided to you fully painted and then only need assembling, in whatever form you wish, to create hamlets, villagers, towns or even (as the name suggests) full on cities packed with adventure…

City Preview #1

City Preview #2

As you can see you can make a variety of different buildings and then use the likes of their stone streets and other terrain kits to make fully fortified areas on the tabletop too. You’ll be pleased to know that the material they use, which they dub Dwarvenite, is considered nearly indestructible so it should be fine for the foreseeable role-playing future!

Cottage Pledge

This is just one of the basic pledge levels but it not only shows off what you get but gives you a hint as to how these go together. You’ll see that there are four post-like components which sit in the corner of the buildings. The walls then slide into the grooves providing a solid fit. From there you can build levels or just cap them off with a simple roof.

What’s quite cool about this is that it doesn’t just appeal to role-players looking for an overworld adventure but also wargamers who want to make cool modular towns for their skirmish games and more.

The campaign is still going strong and they have plans for an entire underground sewer system if they make it through enough stretch goals and add-ons!

What do you think folks?

"The campaign is still going strong and they have plans for an entire underground sewer system if they make it through enough stretch goals and add-ons!"

"The City Builder System is a set of modular pieces that can be provided to you fully painted and then only need assembling, in whatever form you wish..."