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Building a more interesting dungeon.... 3 Years, 11 Months ago  
Maybe a lot of you know about this or use this technique but I just recently
started playing around with it after seeing some pictures from this site.

I started making two story passages by double stacking the passages on top
of themselves. Maybe it was obvious but I just never did it for some reason.

I also used a bunch of right angle and straight passage pieces to form a retangle base for my second level and I have to say I am quite pleased with the results. It just never occured to me to use passages in that way and boy
did I save a lot of room pieces by doing so.

I'll post somes pictures after I get my giant WEIII pillars on thursday.
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Re:Building a more interesting dungeon.... 3 Years, 9 Months ago  
It can really add to the impact of a set-up to give areas different elevations.

If you play D&D4E or similar games that involve a lot of movement and (better) forced movement of opponents, creating areas that allow for dramatic 'duels at the edge of a precipice' and the like really contributes to a fun experience.
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