Happy Thursday, Wargamers! Time for another look at the world of tabletop kickstarters. Let's dive straight in!

First up this week we have the Daimyo of Sekigahara by Steel Fist Miniatures. Feudal Japan is an ever popular period among historical gamers, and you can never have enough variation. 

In addition to the famous names such as Tokugawa Ieyasu, Ishida Mitsunari, this campaign will fund a range of samurai, both on foot and mounted.

The pieces all look great and should sit alongside the like of the Perry Miniatures samurai nicely. 

Next up we have the Folding Gaming Table project by Jeffery Jones. This multi-use gaming table to aimed at those who don't have the space to keep their table permanently set up.

The table folds upright, which saves space and also makes it perfect for campaign maps and the like. The stretch goals for the project will also add a host of add ons that "bolt" on the side of the table to hold your dice, drinks, books and minis.

Next we have the Darklands First Edition II by Mierce Miniatures. This campaign expands the range of minis created in the previous darklands campaigns. 

Among the miniatures being funded are giant monsters and vicious creatures to accompany the warriors from the previous campaigns.

To finish off today we have something for the D&D and roleplayers out there. The Fantasy Coins project is looking for funds to create a range of RPG friendly currency. 

The base set is inspired by dragons and fire, a fairly standard theme in fantasy currency. Other themes include: Dwarven, feudal Japan, Egyptian and many more.

Whatever setting you're fantasy RPG takes place in, this project aims to cover you. 

That's all for another week folks. Let us know what you think of these projects in the comments below. And as always, if you know of or run a crowd funding campaign you'd like to see featured get in touch via the contact form or on twitter at @talkwargaming or @imm0rtalreaper.

Happy Wargaming!

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