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City of Jordoba: 3D Printable Terrain by Otus and Lovecraft

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A weird Swords & Sorcerous 3D printable city, designed by Erol Otus, Iain Lovecraft, and Matt Finch, suitable for D&D and other RPGs.
Backers: 321
Average Pledge Per Backer: $57

Funded: $18,224 of $500
Dates: Oct 21st -> Nov 20th (31 days)
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Latest News

Street Bridges and Overpasses Unlocked!

November 20th - via:
With less than an hour to go, we've unlocked the bridges and overpasses <whew!>. Thank you all so much, and we'll do an after-Kickstarter summary shortly after the campaign ends to describe the timing on BackerKit. Matt  (Read More)

Temple of Set is in the House!

November 19th - via:
We have now put the Gateway to the Temple of Set in the bag. Great job, everyone, and WELCOME to the new backers! We've only got a little time left to go, and there are plenty of stretch goals still to unlock. The next one up might look a little bit... (Read More)

Another stretch goal achieved! On to the Temple of Set!

November 18th - via:
We've crossed the $15,000 mark and we're on our way to the Temple of Set Stretch Goal at $16,000. This is where things get exciting, so keep on talking up the Kickstarter on social media. We've got stretch goals to give out for as high as you can... (Read More)

Another Stretch Goal Down, more added to list!

November 18th - via:
We have just achieved the Merchant's Parapet goal, which puts us on track to give out the beggar miniature when we reach $16,000. After that, we've started adding in some of the heavy-hitter stretch goals. At $16,000 you'll be getting the Gateway to... (Read More)

A Quick Video About Modularity

November 17th - via:
We've had several questions about how modular the various Jordoba pieces are, so I (Matt) put together a highly-amateurish video showing how the pieces all work together to build a super-cool labyrinthine maze of streets and alleyways. Hope you... (Read More)

Another Stretch Goal in the Bag!

November 16th - via:
We've just met the goal for the pegged-in bay window, which dramatically advances the city's modularity. The Kickstarter now allows you enough pieces and enough interchangeability to create the kind of hive-like, labyrinthine city one expects to find... (Read More)

Free Gift for All!

November 13th - via:
We've posted a free book (pdf) of Mission-Generation tables for city adventuring, with various mention of how to do them on tabletop using the pieces from the Jordoba Kickstarter (and city terrain in general). The tables are system-neutral but... (Read More)

Ruffian Miniature Stretch Goal is Met!

November 13th - via:
We've just met the stretch goal target for the ruffian miniature and we're headed for the next goal, a peg-in bay window. This window is the second key piece for creating a completely customized city (along with the door), kind of like a dungeon-tile... (Read More)

Wagon Yard Stretch Goal Achieved!

November 5th - via:
We have passed the $11,000 mark, which means that the wagon yard building is now a part of the Kickstarter's rewards. The next stretch goal we're trying to reach is the first miniature to go out in the stretch goals, the ruffian!  (Read More)

First Dome Stretch Goal Achieved - On to the Wagonyard!

October 30th - via:
Thanks to all of you! We seem to be picking up speed, and we've unlocked the Merchant's Villa Dome already. It was great to arrive at Gamehole Con and discover we're already racking up more goals. I only just got in, got hooked up to the net, and... (Read More)

Another Stretch Goal Met!

October 29th - via:
Thank you all, and pat each other on the back too, because we've hit yet another of our many stretch goals planned for the Kickstarter. You now own files to print two different staircases that can be used as scatter terrain inside a building or... (Read More)

Two Free Stretch Goals and Convention News

October 29th - via:
Zach and Matt are going to be at Gamehole Con in Wisconsin starting tomorrow and returning on November 5th -- if you are going to be at the convention, please come and find us. We will (most likely) be at the Frog God Games booth. Since we won't have... (Read More)

Passed $8,000! New Stretch Goal

October 26th - via:
We have passed $8,000 and achieved the Clerk's House stretch goal! Next up is a double-awning market stall, which is the office, warehouse, and sales floor of Quandar, seller of secrets and perfumes. Please continue to share the URL for the... (Read More)

Another Stretch Goal in the Bag

October 24th - via:
We've just hit the stretch goal for Priceless Bargains, and now we're working toward the Clerk's House. The clerk's house is a 4x4 building with an unassuming roof, designed to fill out streets with "normal" buildings for larger-scale adventures... (Read More)

Unlocked! Next target: Priceless Bargains!

October 23rd - via:
We are now starting to roll with the stretch goals! Please continue sharing out the Kickstarter link, because we have LOTS of stretch goals to get through. Next stretch goal up is a set of props for the Bazaar, the sorts of things you'd see in the... (Read More)

Stretch Goal 2 Achieved!

October 22nd - via:
We've unlocked the Beggar's Guild Official, and we'd like to say thank you to all our new backers! We started out a bit slow, but we're picking up speed now, and we've got lots of pieces to hand out. Please, please remember that Kickstarters don't... (Read More)

First Stretch Goal Met, Next One Up!

October 22nd - via:
Everyone in the all-in backer tier (and the printed tiers) now gets the Mysterious Gateway! We are headed toward the second stretch goal, the Beggar’s Guild official. Blue, telepathic slugs rule the Beggars’ Guild of Jordoba, with an information... (Read More)


October 21st - via:
News from the 3D Sorcerer! Thanks to all of you early backers, we have already funded the Kickstarter, and we’re headed toward the first stretch goal. For the Erol Otus fans, the Mysterious Gateway is one of the side buildings of the Den of... (Read More)

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