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#9277
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
Here’s a few pic’s of an underground river gorge; bridged by ancient Dwarven stone.

I’m running this combat in tonight’s game. It should be a lot of fun….For the DM that is :twisted: ……Muhahahahahahahaha!











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#9278
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
Wow! Really great pics! That looks fantastic -- very fantastical, actually, come to think of it. Doesn't look quite natural -- magic seems to have been involved...

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#9279
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
You have done it again IO.
Big set up, but with a definite and obvious theme; you have your players do far more than just follow the passages around and around.

BTW, have y'all got into the SF MM as well IO?
If yes, to this extent?
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#9280
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
IO,

Great Use of the 4x6 Floors, The Rounded Corners and the Small Blocks... That is an Awesome and Inspired Bridge Scene... And of Course This Really Makes Me Want to Explore that Gaming Hall of Yours...<Wistfully Gazes at the Great Set up>... And I Agree with Rabid Fox, this is a Really Good Example of How with Enough DF a Trully Broad Range of Specific Scenes are Possible, with Clear Objectives and Uses...
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#9281
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
Thanks guys,

BTW, MLV did you get a chance to check out the pics I posted of the new hall over at the Acaeum?

Here’s the link again. The pics are on the first two pages.

www.acaeum.com/phpBB2/about2657.html
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#9282
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
<picks jaw up from the floor>

I am not worthy.
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#9283
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
unbeleivable!!
congratulations for this original set up
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More than 40 sets....

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#9284
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
I.O.

Thanks for Posting the Link to those Photos... Very Nice Layout... Is this a "New" Building? An Old House? The Back of a Store?

I Really have to say (Again, as I Have Posted Similar Before), but it Really is Great that this "Museum" Exists... Not to Mention the Super GM Command Center... Great Job!
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#9285
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
Wow, IO, I remember you had said some time ago you were getting a new place to house all your roleplaying/minature stuff, but to actually see pictures of it all.... Quite impressive. It gives us all more to aspire to. I have gotten to the point of needing a full room to store my stuff and to play D&D, but one rooms still contains it all. But if I keep giving in to the addiction to collect I'll have to make changes. I guess I don't really need a bedroom or a kitchen in my house, right? I can sleep on the floor if it means making more room for my Dwarven Forge, Miniature Building Authority, etc.
I'm glad you guys got through the hurricane o.k. My mom's house in Kendall got hit pretty hard by Katrina, considering Katrina was just a category one when it went through South Florida. I had to help her clear out 7 large trees that fell in her yard. We were going to play D&D during the storm, but when we lost power we had to resort to telling ghost stories to pass the time. It was still kind of fun despite the scary wind outside. I hope Rita is our last close call for this hurricane season though.
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#9286
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
I have that same Star Wars poster IO!!!

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#9287
Underground River Crossing 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
Great setup. Multilevel is a must and you have created a genuine scene. Great work.

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