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I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
Since the restock sets are not here yet, I had to make due with the sets I have on hand. So, to make my underground grotto for our last game, I used bits of Caverns and Cavernous Passages. The players didn't even know that I don't have the Walls. I love these DF Cavern sets!!
And the five ton blocks make excellent supports for propping up walls!







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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
These were taken with a phone, so I apologize for the quality of the photos. I cannot pretend to compare these to the quality pics of Kronos or Law.
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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
I love the setup! It makes me want to play D&D immediately. You used all the different parts to create the grotto in a great way. And your photos capture the atmosphere of the setup perfectly. I especially like the shot with the Otyugh! :)
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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
Kronos wrote:
I love the setup! It makes me want to play D&D immediately. You used all the different parts to create the grotto in a great way. And your photos capture the atmosphere of the setup perfectly. I especially like the shot with the Otyugh! :)


Praise from a master! Thanks, Kronos.
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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
Indeed - the effect you get from standing the floor tiles and other pieces on end may even be better than the free standing walls from the River set!
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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
Harneloot wrote:
Indeed - the effect you get from standing the floor tiles and other pieces on end may even be better than the free standing walls from the River set!


Thanks but I bet the walls from that set don't need to be propped up!
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Re:I really need Cavernous River and Walls!! 2 Years, 5 Months ago  
Great setup.
The setup would have helped, but then frankly one of the big reasons I chose to invest in DF, was, because even if you don't have the exact pieces you need. The addition of a bit of card, a colours tile etc can give you a whole new look.

When they chose the colour for DF, I don't think they could have chosen better. Its very nuetral. I have used it for castle halls, banqueting rooms, dungeons etc.. the adaptability of DF, and the ability to use ones imagiantion to help enhanse the look, are what make it so blooming good. :)

If you hadn't stacked your pieces as you have in the layout, it wouldn't have gotten that impressive feeling of depth. You cannot do that with a 2d dry-wipe mat.

The river and walls sets are onse I am seriously looking at. But for now, lookin to go with other sets in the short term.
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