Where did the Spoilers go?
In our previous KS we had Artist Renders & Concept Images of our Stretch Rewards.
We would like to continue that tradition by linking our main page to our updates & external images for our stretch rewards as they become available.
We begin our reveals with Artist Renditions from the stretch Mercenaries & Scourge, stretch 1 & 2.
We also have concept art from stretch goal #3, Tundra, the Peryton. These creatures cast the shadow of a man, it's inexplicably strange, but true!
From the land of Zhin (stretch goal #4), the Farmer. Outfitted with a staff and satchel he's usable as a monk, adventurer or traveler.
Our Damsel figure will fit in at the Market (Stretch #5) or with our Town Folk from previous releases. Her pose implies that she's either apprehensive, dancing or perhaps casting a spell...
Stretch Goal #6 reveals the first DCM playset Baba Yaga's Hut. This 6" x 6", removable base, playset has a removable top & attachable chicken bone legs for it's walking form. Perfect for the Beggar serving as both Baba Yaga's Hut or a common village hut for Pygmys or any other tribe!
- For those adventurers on the go! This ratty old bed is simple, quilted (it's shown plain, but is planned to be quilted) & disheveled, just what every inn keeper or witch needs! There's enough room for two, or a greedy dwarf.
Greenknee Goblin Necromancer is included in our Adventures (Stretch #7) set based on our online comic. He's evil, he wears a dark black robe, he carries a wicked axe and he's got a big grin - what's not to like!
Stretch #8, the Kraken, has a massive 9"x9" square base & reaches 6.5" out of the "water". An impressive piece for certain on any gaming table!
- In this set we also feature the Grindylow Trapper. Outfitted with this fetchingly wonderful net, this fish-man struts his stuff in the deep sea seeking out unwary fishermen or mermaids alike.
I hope you enjoyed this recap!