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The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in)
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The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in) 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
On this episode of the DM's corner we find ourselves in an inn... this particular inn has been renovated by our host Goblin Villain.

Goblin Villain: I renovated this inn from an old bandit cave. I was able to re-purpose the sleeping quarters, and use a lot of the same stone saving myself a bundle. Notice there is a ladder to the upper level over the beds. That's so if the adventurers tries to get sneaky I can pour boiling oil on their heads after they raid my house and goes for a nap. I doubled my treasures like this! Don't tell new guests... is our secret.

The front half of the place is my cozy little inn... and the back half is my house!

Who says you can't live in style if you is a Goblin?

Notice my Dragon Gates... Got those at a huge discount... adventurers always leave behind the good stuff like architectures! ~GV

Here is my secret entrance from d' inn... to my private quarters! ~GV

But I have my own private entrance... notice the features of my Goblin home! I has a pool! I has a balcony! ~GV

I even has my own treasure room! I put my dining room table in d'treasure room so I can eat my dinners! I also build custom staircase using existing stone! This Olde Goblin is signing off. Come to stay at my inn! Just don't try to takes my stuff. ~GV
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Re:The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in) 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Did you use superglue to stick it all together?... cause it's staying pretty well. ;-)

You should be able to view them with the Windows image viewer and rotate them, then when you advance to the next image it'll save the rotation information to the EXIF metadata of the JPEG image.

Nice setup with the tiles as an inn. I'm excited for the Labyrinths Kickstarter (Hirst molds) accessories; the inn stuff being one of the accessory sets. If you haven't checked it out yet and are looking for more accessories then it might be worth it.
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Re:The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in) 11 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
@jchunick I have checked it out and actually out of all the accessories the inn accessories seem the most appealing.

I don't think the timing on it is ideal however. Christmas is here, and I have other things I am saving for. I'll just have to pick those up down the line somehow. =)

I'll add an overview pic later once I retrieve it.
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Re:The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in) 10 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
Cool looking build! Nice use of a lot of the various game tiles pieces too. I especially like how your rooms aren't all traditional rectangle shapes. Those dragon gates are very very cool. Where did you find them?
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Re:The DM's corner Volume 2 (An Inn to die in) 10 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
@Acarius
I got a huge pile of Mega Blok Dragons stuff from a garage sale.
It took me about 3 hours to sort it all out to figure out what I could use immediately, and what might be useful down the line (with mods etc).

The dragon gates were in the useful without mods pile.

I just slipped them between 2 rows of game tiles so it created a groove. They actually slid back and forth along that groove for opening/closing purposes.

As for non-traditional room shapes: I bought the diagonals add on. That goes a long way toward making the rooms into more interesting shapes. You just drop those diagonals on the corners. By mixing it up, it's very easy to have more interesting shapes... some with the rounded corners, some with the diagonals. I tend to use storage areas etc with the "square" corners because I figure closets etc aren't typically designed for visual appeal.
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