Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Kickstarter - DRAGONLOCK 3: Dangerous Lairs (Terrain for your 3d Printer)

I love Fat Dragon's line of releases. Their printable paper terrain line is quite simply amazing. Now they've gone into making files for 3d printers and I am soooooo very tempted to buy a 3d printer for this reason alone. DRAGONLOCK 3: Dangerous Lairs looks damn good.

Yes, if I had a 3d printer I'd be all over this.

Maybe I should get a 3d printer...

Already funded and then some, busting through stretch goals like they are paper (terrain) heh!

If you have a 3d printer this is a no brainer. If you don't have one, maybe you should.

As an aside, Fat Dragon has a strong Kickstarter history of delivering on its promises.
DRAGONLOCK™ is an interlocking terrain system that allows you to create fully modular, multi-level 28mm scale village terrain for your RPG or wargame on your home 3D printer. Each set is delivered in a downloadable .stl format via our online distribution partner DriveThruRPG.com, and once you have the set, you can print as many pieces as you like and never run out or need to purchase more. These terrain sets represent the culmination of over twelve years of gaming terrain design experience. 
Fat Dragon Games is the only 3D printer terrain company that is part of the prestigious DriveThruRPG Community Content program, which includes Margaret Weis Productions, Monte Cook Games, and Wizards of the Coast’s DMs Guild. Our Dragonbite Community Creator program allows YOU to sell your own Dragonbite-compatible terrain designs on DriveThruRPG, RPGNow, and Wargame Vault! 
By supporting us through Kickstarter, you get bonus models that won't be available later, and access to free stretch rewards. We have been in the 'print-and-play' terrain business for over twelve years, and have successfully delivered eight previous Kickstarter projects, so you can pledge with confidence that we will deliver a high-quality product on time.

1 comment:

  1. I back the Openlock system from Printable scenery. OpenLock has way more companie that support them and better castles, buildings, and dungeons. Dragonlock has more terrain, dodads, and better dungeon dressing.

    Now Dragonlock and OpenLock are not compatible...mostly. I wish there was a way to mod one to the other or a clip that can be used to unite one system to the other. They was talk about this but sadly it looks like they both went their own ways.

    Get a 3d printer and stop paying a fortune for DwarvenForge. I've got a whole dungeon printed out for pennies on the dollar, all i have to do is paint it and I'm good to go.


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