Mammoth Factory are north of $50,000 with an excellent Kickstarter offer of STL files for 3D printing, VTT tokens and 5e content.
The campaign is noteworthy for what it offers and, I think, how it offers it. My sense, certainly the order in which things are mentioned, is that the 3D printing material is the lead and the associated 5e content the bonus. It’s a flip on the usual order, becoming more common. You can find out more or pledge from the pitch page.
There are eight adventures and 131 detailed minis on offer, with hardcover books and digital content. Mammoth are a successful Patreon, with a community of fans paying to subscribe to regular content. The Kickstarter takes it further.
- The Kickstarter offers;
- 86 statblocks
- 34 battle maps
- 50 magic items
- 35 NPC cards
- 35 New Locations
- 250 Pages
- Setting lore
- Paper minis
The stretch goals are significant and unlocking.
If you’re yet to find time, money or skill for 3D printing like me, you can still buy Mammoth Factory physicals from Only Games.
A pledge of $1 gets you some content, including a Roll20 module, and that’s highly unusual.
At $25, you get the eight adventures, NPC cards, maps, magic items, statblocks and tokens. There are no pledge tiers before at a smaller level, and when it comes to retail, it’ll be more expensive.
There are early birds, all finishing up in the next few hours, but at $30, $40, $50, $60, and up to nearly $100, backers can layer in new content.
However, the top tiers are $250, $350, $500 and even $1,000 if you want your face on a mini. I think I’d make a good demon, but I’m not rich enough.
Mammoth estimates delivery of February 2023 for all these tiers.
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