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Blue Dungeon Tiles are double-sided, 1” grid, map tiles in old school blue. They work with dry-erase, wet-erase and permanent markers.
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Pledge Record and Bonus Reward Creature Tokens 1 & 2

Posted by Kevin Chenevert (Creator)

Pledge Record

I want to thank everyone who is backing this project so generously.  Yesterday, April 19th was the highest pledge day of the entire campaign at  $2,234!  It was $92 higher than the previous high which was the opening day of the Kickstarter. 

Creature Tokens 

These are the Creature Tokens I previewed a week or so ago.  These tokens were commissioned by me from Devin Night for this Kickstarter to provide to you as a bonus gift.

The two layouts below will be printed on 4"x6" cards and included in all Pledge Levels from SAMPLER and above as a Bonus Rewards.  Between now and when rewards are shipped out, I intend to use the "vermin of unusual size" shown on these cards and make swarm tokens also.  Let me know if you would prefer 1"x1" swarm counters or 2"x2" swarm tokens and I will fit as many as I can on Creature Tokens 3.

Please go take a look at Devin Night's beautiful color tokens at his site 

I have rights to these token images and they will be provided digitally to backers who purchased the Dungeon Master Add-On layered pdf(s).  Creature Tokens will be included the Fantasy and Tech Decor items I have released.  As mentioned in a Update 42, however, the Adventurer and Adversary Tokens will not be released digitally.

Below is just a lower resolution image of the token cards.  Click on the image or link at the bottom to go to my website to download the high quality pdf to print out and use.

Creature Tokens 1 & 2, click image to go to pdf download site
Creature Tokens 1 & 2, click image to go to pdf download site

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    1. Jazzy Bear Brown on

      1x1 for Pathfinder as well.

    2. Genevieve Faber on

      I would say 1x1, since in D&D a swarm is 4 connected 1x1 squares in whatever pattern (as it was explained to me when I started, if it makes a tetris piece, it can be a swarm)

      Having 2x2 limits it as to what shape the swarm takes.

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      Michael Rafferty on

      If there are 4 1x1 swarm tokens then I won't have to figure out where to cut them myself...