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#11807
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Dwarven Forge has reinvigorated my game. I have been DM'ing a regular weekly game since the late eighties and things were starting to get a bit stale. It is difficult to come up with something new every week, (I write all of my modules). Thanks Dwarven Forge. Your product is awesome. Here is what I made this week.



Here is the main encounter room.




The crypt.


Who let him out?


The pentagram room. Whats up with those black skulls on the pedestals???


Another major encounter area.
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#11808
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Great set up. I like the use of narrows for that side room. Nice paint jobs on the props....!
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#11809
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Philip,

I've got three questions for you...

Do you recall who produces that cage you have showing in one of the pictures?

Will you be posting your dungeon setups regularly?

And do your players know how good they have it? It looks like some classic "old-school" type of campaigning.

Great stuff, by the way! I like the inclusion of so many passages and especially that use of the L-shaped passages and alcoves together.
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#11810
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Wow, nice setup! I love the sarcophagus room the most...very nice transition to it. Where did that torture equipment come from? I want some!
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#11811
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Woah!!! Man! What a truly glorious first post!

Beautiful setup, welcome to the forums, I encourage you to post more pics, you have skill!
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#11812
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Thanks for the kind words.

I was happy using just dwarven forge terrain until I came here and saw Tom's dungeons. The little props definately take things up a notch.

The cage is from Mage Knight. Mage knight has quite a few pre painted items that can be used.

I will try to post them often.

The torture rack is from hero quest.

The torture chair with hot coals and block opposite it are grendel I think. Grendel makes some really nice resin cast items. Armorcast did as well though they are all out of print so Ebay is your only hope.

I am surprised no one asked about the rug. I got the idea from someone else here who had one in their dungeon. I did a search for oriental rug and found a site with hundreds of nice big pictures. I resized the image down and printed it on fine linen paper.



My D&D blog for the current campaign.
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#11813
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Great, great stuff. I have that MK cage, as well -- it's fantastic. Really wonderful detail, looks great with Den of Evil. They both have a nice over-the-top crazy aesthetic.


I agree about how much DF helps with a D&D game -- I had totally given up the hobby for about fifteen years, found some DF stuff in 1999 or so, and ever since I've been swallowed up again. It really renewed my love for the fantasy gaming world. Without it, I doubt I'd ever have returned.

So Stefan, if you're reading this, WOTC owes you a finder's fee. Eight or nine complete sets of pre-painted D&D minis, ten or fifteen hardcover rules books, about ten issues of Dragon magazine. Your team of lawyers might also want to fire out a letter to the good people at Reaper. ;)

Ah, if the world were only FAIR in that way, right guys?

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#11814
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
The rug is a great idea. I've used cloth ones but always found them too bulky for mini use. Your paper idea is a good one.

Great set-up. I too like your use of narrow 4-way as columns. I use that one myself. Makes for great tactical play in an open space.
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#11815
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Welcome to the forums Philip.
I like the use of the Alcove and also the diagonal walls with the 4 way narrow passage set pieces..an overall interesting and useful design for classic play.

Best Regards,

Stefan.
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#11816
This weeks dungeon. 8 Years, 7 Months ago  
Great first post, Philip.
You tie DF and non-DF pieces together very well, and show a LOT of imagination in your setup.
Believe it or not, DF got me STARTED in D&D! A friend was very heavily into WH40K, and I saw a DF Room & Passage set at the FLGS, picked it up, and we started exploring it's use with 40K. Turns out the passages are a little tight for Space Marine 'Charge!' action, but that led me into D&D, and I haven't looked back since (with 6 different SM armies chasing me, to be honest, I'm afraid to look back!).
Anyway, be seeing you around here on the forum, and if you get to GenCon Indy this year, see ya there, too!

Jim
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