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#41578
Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Could I have come up with a more creative name? Perhaps...

Either way, that pretty much sums it up. I had hoped to come up with a nice big layout, but I realized I simply do not have the table space! This was all done on a 3'x3' card table and my 3'x3' Spider Legs folding table with a 6'x4' Terrain Mat on top. The original goal was a small village where the local inn had a secret passage leading to a dank dungeon which then led to a big cavern that had yet another exit into the hallways of an old castle. Well I really didn't have the space for all of that. Even after pulling out just about every set in my collection, I hardly used half, if that. I am still pleased with it, though, because it's hard not to be when using DF!





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#41579
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Nice setup, thanks for sharing.

In the last picture, what do you have in the pit? Its affect is very nice!
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#41581
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
I was going to ask the very same question. I love the lake in the cavern and the water in the pit, but how did you do it? Looks like a glossy board under the tiles but can't really tell. Great setup though, looks like a fun scene to run a group through.

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#41585
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Arcarius2001 wrote:
I love the lake in the cavern and the water in the pit, but how did you do it? Looks like a glossy board under the tiles but can't really tell.

It looks like a cut out piece from a sturdy black garbage bag to me. Not knocking it in the slightest. It is genius in its simplicity. It gives it a nice inky black feel to it in my opinion.
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RotA: #1 x2, #2 x1
DoE: R&P x1, WE x1, Room x1, Hellscape #1 x1, Hellcape #2 x1, Expansion x1
Cavern: Ice x1, Passage x1, River x1, Lake x2, Lake Exp x1, Chasm x1
Catacombs: #1 x2
Game Tiles x2, Chamber of Sorrows x2
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#41590
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Haha, very keen, Zazulu! That's just what it is. I realized I didn't have anything flat enough, no black paper, and so I tore a piece of garbage bag. Thanks for the compliments, everyone. :]
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#41591
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Awesome idea!
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#41594
Re:Cavern in back of an Inn 3 Years ago  
Great looking set up! Looks like a cool adventure.
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