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Organize your gaming supplies in this high quality, customizable sheath. This solid piece of hardware is designed specifically for tabletop and RPG gamers – you pick the wood, the sculpts on each side, and the interior chamber.

Dog Might Games now offers a hand-sculpted, wooden carrying case for your RPG and gaming gear.  These elegant carrying cases come in a variety of woods, colors, and interiors.

Measuring approximately 8.5″ x 2.25″ x 2.0″, Dragon Sheaths are double coated with a custom mixed varnish, and use magnets that are 0.25″ rare earth neodymium and “give a satisfying snap when closed (they are incredibly strong!).”

This project offers at least ten different customized interiors, with more being created through feedback during the project.  For more information and to support this project, visit its Kickstarter page.

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Markus Takanen and Shared Bulb Games are currently running a Kickstarter campaign to bring a new card game with an original theme to life: Treatment: A Psychiatry Card Game.  In Treatment, players take on the role of psychiatry professionals working to provide the best possible treatment for their patients.  However, symptoms continue to arise throughout the game, requiring players to react to them by treating these symptoms for their patients.

Treatment is a card game for 2-5 players ages 12 and up and plays in 20-30 minutes.  The goal of the game is to be the first player to offer the best treatment to a predetermined number of case cards.  The game is comprised of a number of rounds, or “cases”, in which each case represents a patient suffering from a specific psychiatric disorder, including Substance Use Disorders, Psychotic Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders and Neuropsychiatry.  Players take turns playing treatment cards or trying to obtain cards that work better with the active case.

The official Rulebook for the game can be found HERE.

Treatment has three pledge levels and a few stretch goals.  Treatment will successfully fund on Tuesday, December 1 if the project raises at least $8,198 in pledges.  For more information on Treatment or to support this project, visit the Kickstarter page here.