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Author Topic: Looking for dungeons. And NPCs  (Read 1549 times)


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Re: Looking for dungeons. And NPCs
« Reply #30 on: July 12, 2022, 08:51:44 PM »
Thanks all.  The dungeons book is great.  And I have found a few on line adventures. I appreciate the suggestions.

Anyone know a good cheep play to get figs?
The new stuff all seems to expensive. 

Looking for orcs, skellies, ogres, gobbos, lizardmen etc.  Any and all of those low lever humanoids.  And I want 6 to 20 or so of each.

  Cool, I am glad it was what you were looking for.    I am no help with minis, I spend like a drunken sailor on them and have no common sense on bang for buck in buying them.


*Laughing* Hey Ogg!! Yeah, my friend, I know how that feels. Not too long ago, I got into an ETSY miniature shopping frenzy, where I spent like two grand on miniatures, clicking on this, clicking on that, buying seemingly anything that I wanted!

I love all the cool miniatures I got, but damn! I can't afford to go crazy like that!

I have resolved to be more measured and disciplined in my miniature hobby now. ;D

I should also say that I love the 32mm scale miniatures. I think they are far easier to see and work with than 28mm or the older, 25mm scale miniatures. Easier to paint, easier to detail, and thus, the miniatures are more visible and enjoyable for everyone.

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Re: Looking for dungeons. And NPCs
« Reply #31 on: July 12, 2022, 11:45:05 PM »
For map making:

If you want free, I've made some decent old school style maps with
Paid, the best balance of price and features is Inkarnate, in my opinion.