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#20404
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
AstroCat

I would suggest limiting any initial purchase of any one type of set to 2 sets (maximum) until you have had an opportunity to decide how useful they will actually be to you.

This will also allow for a greater amount of diversity in your collection as well.

The replacement sets I would suggest are:

Medieval building set (x1)
Deluxe room set (x1)
Advanced builder set (x1)

The last thing you will want are a pile of extra pieces you will rarely (if ever) use. By purchasing smaller quantities and a greater variety, you will be able to determine your future DF requirements with far greater accuracy than buying a smaller number of sets in quantity.

Besides, wouldn't it be a lot more interesting to receive twelve different sets instead of nine?

Just my 2 cents worth.
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#20405
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
The Octagonial room isn't made anymore, so that alone makes it niffty.
the <a href='jumpto.php?Wicked Additions' title='More about Wicked Additions ...' class='wrapped_url'>Wicked Additions</a> set goes for $80
Wicked Additions II goes for $80
Advanced Builder $80
2 Deluxe Room sets $160
Traps Set is $70
Caverns Set $120
is $590 as is it is, the Octagon room set is a bonus...

Yeah, but they were only partial sets and only one was complete. I took a pass for now. Thanks for the information. :)
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#20406
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
Yeah, you do make a good point. Although, I'd hate to miss out on the DOE sets. :)


AstroCat

I would suggest limiting any initial purchase of any one type of set to 2 sets (maximum) until you have had an opportunity to decide how useful they will actually be to you.

This will also allow for a greater amount of diversity in your collection as well.

The replacement sets I would suggest are:

Medieval building set (x1)
Deluxe room set (x1)
Advanced builder set (x1)

The last thing you will want are a pile of extra pieces you will rarely (if ever) use. By purchasing smaller quantities and a greater variety, you will be able to determine your future DF requirements with far greater accuracy than buying a smaller number of sets in quantity.

Besides, wouldn't it be a lot more interesting to receive twelve different sets instead of nine?

Just my 2 cents worth.
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#20407
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
Having two sets of each set would ensure you're not really "missing out" and there is a far better chance that you can be certain of making thorough use of 2 sets.

What you may find is that as you begin to mix/combine genres: Caverns/MM, DOE/Caverns, Caverns/CRW & Lakes (as a few examples) you may not need quite as much of any one type/set as you may initially think.

That being said, if you intend to build large DOE setups then by all means get the 3 of each as you intend to -while they're readily available.
From what everyone says, the DOE stuff sounds quite impressive.
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#20408
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
Have to admit, like Astrocat, I elected to purchase two sets of DoE as my first purchases due to their limited release. And I don't regret the purchase at all. Granted the set is a heck of a lot more ornate than you would find in any basic dungeon crawl, it still works as a generic background to the miniatures and sure as hell beats the old battlemat.

By the same token, I have picked up a number of the DoE wicked additions and am still eagerly awaiting my purchase. Don't suppose admin could give me an idea on transit time to down under? I never recieved any email suggesting they were posted, but am hoping I can get them before xmas :)

Now have to go back and get the basic pieces :)
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#20409
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
AstroCat,

As a fellow Illinoian, I too dislike the tax. If you can make it to the Chicagoland area (NW Subs) and want to take a first-hand look at some peices(I have most of them), just let me know and we can schedule something.

- Sadyan
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#20410
Very interested ... looking for advice... 7 Years, 8 Months ago  
AstroCat,

As a fellow Illinoian, I too dislike the tax. If you can make it to the Chicagoland area (NW Subs) and want to take a first-hand look at some peices(I have most of them), just let me know and we can schedule something.

- Sadyan

email sent. Let me know if you didn't get it... basically I'm interested in checking it out. :)
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