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Rampage Dungeon Kickstarter Launches 1st September Rampage Dungeon, injection molded Dungeon Tiles manufactured in the USA. Kickstarter launches 1st September. – Swap walls and floors– Build complete rooms– Full inch by inch mini placement area– Made from high strength ABS plastic– Easily transport fully set up dungeons– Options for both hand painted or unpainted.  Not much is known yet but it seems that Architects Of Destruction are the producers of the product line, Rampage Dungeon is this intellectual property of Printable Scenery but it seems an arrangement has been made to allow this project, the project looks amazing and may bring a new player into...

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Medusa Miniatures has another Kickstarter going that launched today…check it out as always some very nice models in this one! CLICK HERE to go to Medusa Miniatures new Kickstarter!!! 13 highly detailed 3d printable .stl files of Gothic scenery for tabletop gaming, suitable for FDM and resin printers. About this Project  This is a project for FDM printers and resin printers!  We love classic tabletop fantasy and war games and 3d printing. 3D printing is the future of tabletop miniature gaming, and we want that future to start now. We’re bringing you a set of 13 files for 3d printed Gothic...

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44 Years ago the Fantasy began and Dungeons and Dragons is still going strong!! Do you still have your Original D&D Boxed set??? Original D&D Boxed Set Game (1974 to 1979) It’s hard to say that Dungeons and Dragons got off to a spectacular start. By today’s standards, the original box was amateurish and almost needlessly convoluted. Nonetheless, it would go on to become a classic. The original box set was really just a collection of three pamphlets. It was assumed that anyone playing the game was already familiar with miniature war gaming, and most copies were sold to college...

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How many of you remember this…there are not that many of us around lol In an era of potent concern over internet pornography, cyber-bullying, and drugs, it is hard to imagine a game being controversial. But 30 years ago Dungeons & Dragons was the subject of a full-on moral panic, writes Peter Ray Allison. “Read the BBC Article Here”

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