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#17679
Accessory Sets vs Building Sets 8 Years ago  
jkratzer, can I trademark your "Beds, Baths and Beyond" - it sounds like a great title for a role playing game for toddlers!

Dave :) :)
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#17680
Accessory Sets vs Building Sets 8 Years ago  
Dave -

IF you can get the Retail chain store that already has the trademark here in the States to go along with the gag, be my guest.
You will probably succeed right after the deal goes through for the Brooklyn Bridge. DON'T hold your breath! :lol: :lol: :lol:

But it WOULD be a great RPG for the tykes, 'tis true. I envision miniatures in blue and pink footie suits, and a DF line with clouds and cribs.

See ya!

Jim
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#17681
Accessory Sets vs Building Sets 8 Years ago  
Well, I like accessory sets though DWF still has lots of new avenues to explore in the building sets arena. They have done a great job, actually fantastic, for us gamers but I would like to see some road sets, cliff sets, cathedral sets, castle sets including drawbridges, gates, towers, castelated walls (did I spell that right, mom?), moats, etc., and a dungeon set (I mean with an iron lady wall or rack-on-a-floor, walls with chains and irons). Also maybe some more above ground sets for rivers, lakes, etc. Or cloud / sky adventuring sets. Imagine puffy white walls. Just makes me shiver all over!

I would like to see some more accessory blocks, too such as special pits, central spiral stairs, wrought iron grates, grated floors, etc.

I'm sure they would love to provide anything that we are willing to nuy! They should stay away from accessory figures as the pewter ones designed by other manufacturers have much more quality. The pieces with some weight to them are much better than fiber or plastic.

They have overall done an excellent job and their pieces are quality and durable!
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