Dragon Hunters

The Mechanazium Part 1: A Megadungeon Adventure for 5E

A project in Marlton, NJ by James Streissand

Cancelled by Creator

Part 1 of a level 3-15 megadungeon adventure, for 5th Edition D&D.
Backers: 58
Average Pledge Per Backer: $28

Funded: $1,623 of $10,000
Dates: Jan 18th -> Feb 28th (41 days)
Project By: James Streissand
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Update 7: Closing up shop

February 11th - via: kickstarter.com
See you at the next kickstarter folks; you'll get a message concerning our next product, and we're sorry we didn't have enough reach to fund a project of this size.  Next time, with your help, we'll knock it out of the park. Thank you, James  (Read More)

Update 6:Postponing the Kickstarter

February 5th - via: kickstarter.com
I'm so happy to see how many pledges came through, and thoroughly impressed with the interest it garnered. It's with a heavy heart, then, I must announce we're postponing The Mechanazium until a later date. People I've talked to are very excited for... (Read More)

Update 5: Graphics!

February 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Just some self-indulgent art-posting. Also, steadily making our way to 2k! Reminder to share this stuff with your friends, or just online!  (Read More)

Update 4: 1k, New Reward Tiers!

January 27th - via: kickstarter.com
We hit 1k! Thank you so much to the backers sending this project forward. There was a lot of self doubt with such a high funding goal, and deservedly so; 10k? Insane! It looks like we'll make it there, though. Be sure to tell your friends about it!... (Read More)

Update 3: The Pre-Update Update!

January 24th - via: kickstarter.com
I'm well aware I've been quiet the past few days, having been working like hell on a number of different projects, all of which pertain to this one. A great deal of work on 3d modeling, writing, and graphic pieces for the Kickstarter has been done... (Read More)

Update 2: Reward Updates and FAQ

January 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
We've added an FAQ! This will hopefully give you a better idea of what the project is about without spoiling the adventure itself, as well as give GMs and players alike a taste of what neat mechanics they'll find within.  New Rewards are coming... (Read More)

Update 1: Physocal Copies

January 19th - via: kickstarter.com
We've received more than a few requests for either a soft or hardcover copy of this adventure, and immediately did some research into the process.  Softcover seems like the most practical option, given that hardcover pricing is considerably higher... (Read More)

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