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Build Up A 2D Dungeon With Harps Corp

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Build Up A 2D Dungeon With Harps Corp

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If you're starting out as a DM or GM then you might not want to have to try and work out where to buy your miniatures. Well, Harps Corp are showing off some plastic and wooden components to help out.

As well as the miniatures you see here, including Dragonborn and Tieflings, they are also designing tables, screens and more.

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swbeil
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That super talk about a space saver for storage.

cousins286
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Shut up and take my money… What a fantastic idea

crazycabo
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Not a bad, cost effective way of producing content

inu53
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Nice, might even help out with role playing with that abstraction. Also if your group was introduced to D&D style games through old-school video games probably quite nostalgic.

badgobo
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cool idea.

tomd
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i wonder what its compare to 3D printed version of 2D ones? i do like the Dice tower and Wooden D&D screen

astralwraith
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some very intriguing stuff there – not a fantasy role-player but can see how they’d be useful

pojoh
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Nice idea. Though Paizo has tons of 2D standee’s that are illustrated. Always good to have options though.

we4re6eek
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Really cool concept

lightsout1985
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Great idea. Where do I sign up and give you all of my money?!

lawnor
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Something like this would have been awesome back when I played

tmon
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Stand-ins would only work for a while. But gamers are a bit obsessive.

longshotte
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Good idea. Will be great to see where this goes.

theamazingmrg
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Nice

kr4ig
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Cool idea, especially for the budget conscious or those who don’t like to paint or don’t have the time to paint.

spaderfish
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Please forgive this shameless post as I’m going after either the 4Ground stuff or the Bushido stuff. I play Bushido here in the states. I teach it to whoever will listen, and I just try and represent it as it is. The best miniature game I’ve played.

marktarver
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Useful

cybermonkey
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This looked fantastic. Would be great as a dungeon or as a gladiatorial arena.

rgreenparadox
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Clever idea to have laser cut minis. gives them some shape and depth, but still easy and small to pack up.

rayzryr
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Cool idea

otakugirl
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Supercool!

cyd0nian
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I wasn’t sure at first but I think I quite like he idea of keeping the characters abstract, which then forces people to use their imagination more as opposed to just visualising their minis.

grantsensei
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These look great! I like to keep proper minis for mini games, so these would be perfect for rpgs.

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