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Lunesdargent Workshop is proud to introduce its first miniatures gaming environment : The Path of Osiris. (D&D compatible)
Lunesdargent Workshop is proud to introduce its first miniatures gaming environment : The Path of Osiris. (D&D compatible)
405 backers pledged CA$ 86,562 to help bring this project to life.

Only 48 Hours Left + New Pictures !

Posted by Lunesdargent Workshop (Creator)
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Hi backers

I've just received a bunch of new Egyptian minis and since some of you asked for more dungeons pictures, here they are !

 

The throne room is on the way, you can look on the SG map for a hint, the final pictures will be tomorrow around the same time.

You guys can add the throne room add-on with confidence, I will honor those orders + we still have some time left and we still have the pledge manager's possible upgrades to unlock new things :)

I have a last piece that I would like to design and include during the pledge manager, we'll see if we get this far !

Almost another SG unlocked, we can do it !

Evan Nattrass, Mydienon, and 5 more people like this update.

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    1. David Morgan
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      How much does the throne room cost? I want to add it but I can't find a price.

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      Don Hughes on

      Fantastic fresh ideas and a good solid foundation for production. I am looking forward to additional dungeon tile projects from your company as hinted. As noted by other backers, production/actual arrival time will be difficult to meet. I could care less in the project arrival times are delayed, most KS projects are late, no big deal. Please just keep open and frequent communications with your backers, when delays rear their ugly head just keep us appraised. The bottom line is I am extremely excited about this project and wish your continued creative success. Thanks for taking the initiative to try to bring your ideas to Canada, the US and the world.

    3. Vincent DiCello
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      Cool photos, thanks! A few close-ups next time would be great, too.