The old Orcs of the High Mountains and some other DCG adventures seem to have come with mono-color counters not unlike the old Metagaming counters. While the printable standees available on the website are great, I've been sticking with the flat counters that come with the adventures mixed with old and new TFT counters. But now that I'm running games with Roll20 I've been really appreciating new TFT's counters being provided as digital copies as well as physical counters, as it makes keeping the counter aesthetic quite easy when playing remotely. These copies also mean that losing a counter doesn't spoil the adventure.
In general DCG's adventures are the physical copies, not PDFs, but is there any possibility of the older counter artwork being made available as a downloadable sheet in the same way that the standees are downloadable?
Post by mister frau blucher on Apr 7, 2020 21:21:57 GMT -5
We are going to do this. It will take a bit of time to do everything - I do not understand the technical aspects, but George has agreed to let the counters out into the wild. Give us a few more weeks to get it taken care of. Sorry for the delay.
Post by mister frau blucher on Nov 22, 2020 8:56:58 GMT -5
We've been having some technical difficulties with our files. Very sorry for the delay. We should have some good news in the next week or two (says the technologically backward component of the company...).
My patience (or was it persistence?) continues! I see that there was an experiment with PDF rules (also nice if we run adventures online, and good for GMs to be able to CTL+F through) which raises my hopes