GTG Minis For Tabletop RPGs

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RPGs can be some of the most storage-space-friendly table-top gaming... a book or two, some character sheets, a notebook, a handful of dice, a pen. And then there are the minis. When my husband finally sold his collection, the minis filled two large folding tables. They just took up too much space, and it was hard to find what he was looking for when prepping for a game.

Plastic minis have the benefit of being full-color, upright, and waterproof. Cardboard tokens take up less space, but what if an enthusiastic Dwarf spills his beverage? 

Take the best of both... full color, upright, plastic, waterproof, and easy to store, and you have GTG Minis.

You can choose from any available GTG Mini set, Storage Sheets, or Mini Bases Kit for only $15 (retail will be $19.99) with discounts for buying four or more sets. Check out the campaign before it ends on January 10, 2020.

Go to the Kickstarter!

About the Minis

GTG minis are made of a polyvinyl material and coated with a UV varnish to protect the ink. They are flexible, durable, waterproof, and scratch-resistant. They range in size from 1" (small) to 4" (don't go alone!) and are sized for a standard 1" battle map.

The minis are double-sided, and some sets include items such as crates and chests.

The folks at GTG know that storage and organization are important. They are creating a custom storage sheet that can fit into any three-ring binder. The sheets will also fit their Tabletop Tokens terrain.  

The minis stand in bases with a slotted groove, so there is tension without the need for adhesive.

There are seven different sets available in the campaign.

You can mix and match to fit your gaming needs.

More on Kickstarter

There are details on the sets, plus lots of stretch goals, so be sure to check out the campaign before it ends on January 10, 2020.

See the Kickstarter

JamesReid860 Supporter37 days ago | 2 points[-]

I kinda like the look of these. They remind of of The Captain is dead style of minis (which I also like)

Marshwiggle92 Supporter38 days ago | 2 points[-]

This is a interesting campaign who are more interested in the playing element of RPG's or miniture gaming than the mini assembling and painting side of the hobby.

I do really wonder how flexible they are, and if they would eventually sort of sag?

indigopotter Supporter38 days ago | 1 point[-]

My husband backed these, so I'll get to see them in person.

JamesReid860 Supporter37 days ago | 2 points[-]

You'll have to let us know how they turned out!

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