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#22603
Master Maze = Super Sturdy! 7 Years, 6 Months ago  
Yes, expoxy glues DF pieces very well. I had two broken pieces.

One was a Sci-Fi T-Passage, wich dropped from nearly 4 feet on stones, hitting them with the unsupported long wall, which broke off.
The other was a Sci-Fi short passage which dropped while setting up the gaming table from 5 feet height on the wooden floor, seems
it hit it with one wall first, also breaking it off.

After glueing them togther they are sturdy as new. The stone color helps hiding the small areas where paint chipped off at the break
and is missing, when someone doesn't know this the pieces are not recognizable from the rest.

Some Classic pieces hat hit the floor one or the other time, with no ill effect, think its because they fell better or it has do do with the
thicker wall on these.

In conclusion a sturdy product, but i recommend being careful with DoE, cause of the thinner walls they might more easily break.
So try not to drop them.
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#22604
Master Maze = Super Sturdy! 7 Years, 6 Months ago  
I moved house last year and only 1 piece broke, despite some pretty brutal stacking and handling. I fixed it in 2 minutes with superglue and you can't tell.

DF rocks :)

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#22605
Master Maze = Super Sturdy! 7 Years, 6 Months ago  
Yes...be careful with your DoE sets! In order to get the awesome detail we had to give up some of the sturdiness of past sets. I purposely made the walls of the MBS sets as thick as the dungeon stuff to ensure we returned to the sturdy composition.
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#22606
Master Maze = Super Sturdy! 7 Years, 6 Months ago  
I'm glad you went with thick walls for the MBS! It's so useful with the regular dungeon elements, it would be really sad if the walls were so much thinner that became impossible. My whole township depends on stacking MBS over the dungeon walls, which would look odd if the two styles didn't mesh so perfectly!

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#22607
Master Maze = Super Sturdy! 7 Years, 6 Months ago  
The pieces are indeed quite sturdy. I've dropped a piece from a shelve on the floor which is made from hard wood and is painted. The piece was totaly undamaged. The floor was not. i did had to rub the paint of the piece that damaged the painted floor though :)
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