Inkwell Ideas is a creative studio with clever ideas to make your life idea as a gamer, GM or DM easier. That’s not to say good ideas can’t be revisited, expanded on or tweaked, and that’s what’s happening with the fourth DungeonMorphs Kickstarter.
There are lots in here, but at its core are dice (and tiles) which show maps and line up so you can randomly scatter them, make them neatly stacked, and they’ll form a complete dungeon design. See what I mean from the pitch page.
It’s been 10 years since the first dungeon design was carved onto the side of a 1-inch dice. In this campaign alone, there are;
- 3 new sets of dice (lairs, sewers and crypts) with at least six dice in each
- A matching set of 2.5″ by 2.5″ blue-dungeon cards, which start off at 54 dry-erasable cards, but could grow and have PDF and JPGs for VTTs
- A DungeonMorph font so you draw dungeons as you type.
- DungeonMorph Delving as a 100+ page black and white book.
- 10″ by 10″ battlemat tiles to match the new designs, which start off at 54-tiles and could grow to over 80
If you regret missing DungeonMorphs I through to III, then the old stuff is available from Inkwell’s store.
Here’s how Inkwell Designs describe DungeonMorph Delving;
Each main area of each design will get six short descriptions that you can choose between. The first three will each follow a theme, the latter three will be more random. For example, if you want to explore a family’s crypt that has been maintained for generations use option 2 each time. Of course, you’re always free to come up with your own ideas for what lurks in each room and corridor! As before these descriptions will all be system neutral.
A pledge of only $5 is enough to trigger a thank you reward. The tier rewards are the 2.5″ card deck PDF with JPGs for VTT and your own use, and there’s also the font.
If you can support at $18, then the 2.5″ physical card deck is added, which means shipping to be paid for later when the pledge manager calculates it for you.
The dice appear among the rewards at $25 without any other distractions in that tier.
As you can imagine, there are many combinations and, therefore, many different tiers. Some highlights include the softcover of the DungeonMorph joining a busy reward pile at $40 and the 10″ battlemat tiles at $50.
At the top end, $150 will get you everything; three sets of dice, the card deck, the book, font, battlemats and the accompanying digital versions.
There are many tiers, but Inkwell has estimated September this year to fulfil the lot.
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