Where to start on Age Past Dungeon Keep RPG Set?
I guess the video. News flash - video of bacon cooking cutting into the rest of the video isn't "cool" or "hip" - it's fucking annoying. Oh, and the video is over 10 minutes long. No one cares enough to watch the whole thing. Really. If you go past 2 minutes for the hook video you've lost your fish.
Now, look at the absolute clutter in the pic above. Not a good pic. It does point one important thing out - lack of grid or scale. If you want lightweight WITH scale, you have Blue Dungeon Tiles. Laminate that can be written on with dry erase. Basically, coated paper with a grid.
There has always been a disconnect. RPGs are paper products, essentially always apart from the tabletop aspect of the game, and most accessories are made from physical materials such as plastic and metal. The same people making one are not usually great at making the other. We have seen many solutions, some good, some bad, and many are very expensive. We need something new. Something that works. Something that anyone can take anywhere he goes... but, it has to be elegant and sleek, and it has to work. Something totally bacon.What the fuck is it with "bacon?" I love bacon. I don't refer to non-bacon products as bacon. Is this something regional?
|close up doesn't look any less cluttered|
Listen, I'm no going to bother with the vetting here. If for some reason you want laser woodburning to map out your dungeons on your table, this is your choice. Probably your only one. There are better choices for the rest of us.