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Mimics, An Unnecessary Work, for Use With Fantasy RPGs

A project in Kyle, TX by Philip Reed
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This is completely worthless and should be avoided. You do not need a haphazard and random selection of mimic ideas, right?
Backers: 1761
Average Pledge Per Backer: $19

Funded: $33,085 of $10,000
Dates: Jan 11th -> Jan 27th (17 days)
Project By: Philip Reed
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Latest News

Fortunately, this comes to an end today.

January 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Later today, the danger of accidentally unlocking that last stretch goal will be behind us. It's going to be close, but I'm hoping that we can avoid enough support to add a fourth pocket map to the campaign's rewards. It's bad enough that three of... (Read More)

How big is this ugly thing?

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Although I listed measurements on the project page -- 29.44" x 15.72" when opened -- I've had a few messages asking if I would share an image giving a better idea of the size of the mimics, gelatinous cubes, and arctic encounters pocket maps when... (Read More)

Unfortunately, I have terrible news.

January 15th - via: kickstarter.com
 It was bad enough that you pushed this campaign past the funding goal, but now you've gone and done the unthinkable: the first stretch goal has been obliterated. This means that all projects supporters at the $3 and higher reward level will receive... (Read More)

What have you done?

January 12th - via: kickstarter.com
I warned you. I tried to warn you, that is, but it appears that I have failed yet again. Now, because of you, we've locked ourselves into making these horrible Mimics and Gelatinous Cube game supplements a printed reality. Won't someone think of the... (Read More)

D&D’s Mimic monsters take centre stage in RPG supplement

January 12th - via: dicebreaker.com
A supplement designed to be used with fantasy roleplaying games such as D&D 5E, Mimics, An Unnecessary Work features a collection of ideas to help dungeon masters and games masters to add the deceptive monsters into their RPG campaigns and one-shots. Rather than just having the classic creature occupy a room in a dungeon, awaiting some poor hapless adventuring party to stumble across it, Mimics, An Unnecessary Work introduces some more creative methods of utilising the iconic monster. (Read More)

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