Dwarvenite sets you would like to see expansions done for someday?

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Re: Dwarvenite sets you would like to see expansions done for someday?

Post by Arcarius2001 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:04 pm

I echo the calls for new roofs. I have some from other manufacturers and those few really help bring out a city/village build. Variety is the spice of life!!

I would also like to see a dwarvenite 2" ruins set. I love my resin sets but they are fieldstone vs bricks.

Water tiles, the big ones!!

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Post by Arcarius2001 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 11:00 pm

Harneloot wrote:
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I like the idea of the wood-slats for a barn/stable set - PSOM had one of those that I always wanted to get.
Every time I see those sets in Tom's setups I kick myself for not picking one up!! I know it's a niche set and an unlikely candidate for dwarvenite, but I'd buy it!

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Post by kitenerd » Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:18 pm

Those are some gorgeous trees!

I get the intricacy thing, but it is hard to swallow that three trees cost more than a most houses!!!
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Post by AnimeSensei » Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:04 pm

Found an example of some trees that could work with DF in dwarvenite. (Courtesy of Rodolfo Zhouri on FB)
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They are from Custom Kingdoms.

And if anyone likes their buildings at Custom Kingdoms, I have a bunch I'd like to sell. :)
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Post by AnimeSensei » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:44 pm

I want more cavern sculpts, more water shoreline sculpts, larger water pieces, a tudor advanced builder set, MBS in dwarvenite, catacombs in dwarvenite, transition pieces between environments, burrow 45 degree "pizza slice" pieces, clear versions of dungeons, ruins, and CBS accessories (windmill, clock, lean-to, stable, decorative posts, new roofs, etc.).
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Post by arsthein » Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:03 am

Harneloot wrote:
Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:28 pm
Also, what about simply releasing the two MBS sets in Dwarvenite?
Oooh yes, I advocate for that very very much.

I like MBS more than the CBS, have a couple that I was wishing to expand when CBS came out. I don't like the idea of Combining the 2x2 of MBS and the 3x3 of CBS, and adopting 3x3 would me me feel my MBS are obsolete.

Now, we have packs of Roof Platforms from KS4, awesome addition that opens lots of possibilities. I'd rather build populated areas with MBS + Platforms than CBS.

Or even, I would be ecstatic if they released packs of just wood CBS floors with 4x4 patterns. With those floors I wouldn't hesitate to adopt the rest of the CBS system (pole + walls) in a heartbeat (yes, I'm picky like that), leaving half squares agains the wall, just like in MBS.

Only caveat, I rarely would be interested in stone CBS because I still could use my resin MasterMaze or KS1 dungeons with the Roof Platforms to build stone buildings.

Sooo... yes, Dwarvenite MBS would be a headshot to my wallet (as would be the 4x4 square tudor CBS floors).

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Post by lostpict » Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:28 am

Definitely more CBS stuff - alternate roof shapes / materials and a moat / canal / waterfront.
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Post by AnimeSensei » Mon Jul 17, 2017 1:44 am

Stefan has said in the past they they had a barn set basically ready to go with wood planks like you are wanting, William. Maybe they could take it out of storage and get it produced?
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Post by Mobius » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:45 am

+1 for Advanced Cavern Water Tiles and Thatched Roofs

I would like to see a CBS expansion for specialty buildings: A Windmill pack (stone wall with hole and windmill assembly), Stables (low wood wall with 2 horse gates), Bell tower, temple, smithy, storefront, etc.

Right now our CBS buildings all look pretty similar, and it would often take only 1-2 new pieces to make buildings very unique.

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Re: Dwarvenite sets you would like to see expansions done for someday.

Post by kodiakbear » Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:09 am

Harneloot wrote:
Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:05 pm
That's a pretty good list! I would like to see all those made!

At the top of mine would be Advanced Cavern Water tiles.
I was about to put that on my list also and then got asked a question by my wife and forgot it.

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