Frequently Asked Questions
First, choose how many building bundles you'd like - that will determine which pledge you choose. Next, add the total value of the add-ons you'd like to your pledge.
For example, if you want three Building Bundles, you'd select the "City Center" pledge. If you want to include three $30 Add-on sets, you'd pledge for a total of $350: the amount of the City Center Pledge + $90 of Add-ons.
If you'd like to increase your pledge, click the “Manage your pledge" button that appears next to your pledge amount. There you can change your pledge level and/or pledge amount.Last updated:
These are designed with 28-35mm figures in mind. They work great with most miniature games that are on the market today. Most of the miniatures pictured in the campaign are our Cyberpunk RED miniatures, which are a true-32mm. Crisis Protocol is a 38mm game and those miniatures work well and are on the large side, but look suitably heroic.
True 28mm figures, like old-school GW minis also look good and are on the smaller end of what works.Last updated:
No problem - just pledge at the "Scouting Level" pledge, for the value of the Add-on sets you want to order.
Most of the Add-on sets are $30 each. For example, if you wanted to order 3 sets of Chainlink Fences and the City Streets set, you would pledge for $120.Last updated:
For this campaign, we're focused on products that are made in our USA office. These buildings are sturdy - and heavy. How much shipping will cost really depends on how many buildings you're ordering. If you want a more exact quote, send us an email at email@example.com with what you'd like your pledge to include.Last updated:
After the campaign ends, you'll get a link to the pledge manager. In the pledge manager, you'll choose which building bundles you'd like, and which style you'd like for each of them.
In the pledge manager, you'll also be able to add other items: Game Mats, Add-ons, or sets from our previous campaigns.
Everyone who pledges get access to the pledge manager, but pledging before the campaign ends really helps to keep the momentum going and unlocks more stretch goals - improving everyone's pledge!Last updated:
Yes and no - it depends on the stretch goal. Some stretch goals add one free item to every pledge shipment. The first one, the graffiti wall, works like this: all physical shipments will get one free graffiti wall.
Some stretch goals increase the contents of a set, like adding a free steel drum to the chainlink fences set or adding manhole covers to the sidewalk set. Other stretch goals add something free to every building bundle, so the higher your pledge, the more of those you'll get (like the ladder and camera).
You can check out the Stretch Goals section of the campaign for full details on each, or send us a message if you want a detailed run-down for the specific pledge level you're interested in.Last updated:
When backing for the STL files, you'll receive the STLs for all the pieces included in the campaign. This includes all pieces from all the Add-on sets and all unlocked stretch goal pieces (like the manhole covers, tire pile, etc). Also included are the corner connectors and all the wall shapes. Currently, this is over 120 separate files (pieces).
Some pieces, like the sidewalks or signs, are flat shapes. For the physical versions of these, the detail is printed on the surface. For the STLs, you'll have the shape and the connectors, but any surface printing or painting will be up to you to.
The files come unsupported. You'll need to be familiar with how to make supports for your 3D printer.Last updated:
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