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    That was my response as well. Those are beautiful, what are they!? Why are some of them shaped like a butt imprint? Are they tiny snack plates, do you put nuts in them? Do... do you put your nuts in them?!

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    They can be used for ANY game. I have used them for any game we play that has parts or counters or crap you always have a pile of to play. Check out Wyrmwood's Tile Kickstarter and see. Didn't make any of the caster tile, tile of shame, or the 3 cup dish. After planning out how I was going to use them, I didn't feel I needed them.


    It is unbelievable how much better the games feel to play when you have a nice place to put all the shit that needs to be on the table while playing. Maybe its just my slight OCD coming to the surface.

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    Ohhh, I've seen other stuff from Wyrmwood, this fits their M.O. for sure.

    The Trio tile looks borderline useless. Caster tile is way too specialized. I actually like the Shame tile, just because it could keep the d20 kind of segregated and easy to grab out of the pile, but if you don't play D&D then eh. The ones you made all look good to me.

    Great job, take some pictures of the tiles in action.

    EDIT: I suggest leather (rather than felt) for your rolling tole. And WTF, those prices. Your last screenshot alone (with 6 tiles) represents $122 [plus tax and shipping] worth of value.

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    Will do.

    Im thinking about taking them to the local game shop during some open game night to see if I can sell a few off. That way I can justify the purchase of the CnC bits when my wife sees that bill. Those things can hurt a bit.

    I don't really want to make this a business though given the fact that I blatantly ripped off the idea from someone else. Im not sure about the legality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equoria View Post
    I don't really want to make this a business though given the fact that I blatantly ripped off the idea from someone else. Im not sure about the legality.
    If you don't advertise and sell them for cash to your buddies at game night I doubt you'd ever have issues.

    Those are beautiful! Nice work!

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    I thought they were for a high end Catan board for sure. Cool little dealies. Excellent work!

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    I got my old layout back from my grandma a few years ago. My grandpa put it together for my brother and I when we were young. I fixed it up and gave it to my nephews who promptly trashed it. I took it back and started making a layout like I would have loved when I was little, but find that it's too small for my ambitions.

    Then I saw this video and now I need to empty my basement and go bigger, clearly.


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    My uncle had a whole room (in the basement) dedicated to an HO scale railroad town. It was pretty cool.

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