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#60113
This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
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This week the adventuring company of the Blazing Banner are planning an all out assault on the ancient temple of Iomedae to cleanse the heretical Rovagug filth. Restoration of the temple is paramount and the corpse fire will send a message of inky black smoke to the remaining invaders of Old Phlan. The stench of burning flesh will wrinkle their ugly noses.




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#60115
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
A nicely realized layout! I'm not familiar with the Pathfinder adventure it represents but I'm sure it does it credit. --There's something about multi-level setups that adds a lot of visual interest, it looks great and it's worth the effort!

--Also I love that mirror in the last photo. Where'd that come from?
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#60117
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Thanks! It's an old TSR module #9238 called "Ruins of Adventure" but I am using Pathfinder rules and Forgotten realms world.
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#60120
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Really cool, I am very jealous of your dungeon dressing!
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Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
cletusk82 wrote:
Really cool, I am very jealous of your dungeon dressing!
Same here now that I have gotten my DF GT and backed Reapers KS2 and will probably be getting a vampire set from their first KS I REALLY need alot of dungeon dressing that is why I bought alot of GS now I just need to actually sit down and make some lol. Its sorta like being asked your favorite anything you know it but as soon as you're asked you can't think of anything. Now that I have the materials I'm having a hard time thinking of what I should make lol
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Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
I remember when I got my first few sets and feeling bummed because my dungeon just didn't look like I had expected. The fiddly bits make all of the difference! eBay has an abundance of stuff but if you search for Dwarven Forge you will likely balk as some of those asking prices. I'm not downing anyone as everyone has a right to put a price on their time. Here are some companies you may want to search for instead:
Grendel
Armorcast
Fenryl
Thomarillion

Also if you go to a hobby lobby or the like the have all kinds of little things that can be turned into dungeon dressing. Some dollhouse stuff works like the mirror into which the cat is peering. I am perpetually on the lookout for something I can make work :)
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#60130
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
You created the temple of Bane from Phlan! That is bad ass. I love the ruins of adventure module or otherwise known as a pool of radiance. Nicely done good sir, nicely done.
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Playing D&D since 1982 and DMing since 1986. I still rember that first red box! I've been a Dwarven Forge collector since 1998.
 
#60132
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Wow that is a great set up! I like your combination of multiple themes DF pieces, giving the entire level an organic flow. Good job!!
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#60133
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Great layout! Nice dressings!

If you are looking for inexpensive dressings I highly recommend these guys over on Etsy.

I now have more than I can paint and it was very inexpensive. You can order from them in painted, or unpainted.

www.etsy.com/shop/CicadaCrafts?ref=pr_shop_more
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#60135
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
your set up looks amazing. nice use of accessories. I am still using a blend of DF and card-stock accessories, but have started making some of my own and stealing good ideas from these forums. just picked up 5 rugs for around 12 bucks.




another shop to check for dressing is stores.ebay.com/flightsoffancyminiatures/

lots of cool stuff and sets.
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#60150
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Ok Cicada Crafts just got my money... Thanks for the link!

p.s. You can download pictures of rugs and print them on nice card stock and they work really well. I have a few I have been using for years.
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#60166
Re:This Weeks Dungeon: The Temple of Rovagug 3 Months ago  
Phillipm I am also a fan of 2nd ed AD&D Forgotten Realms modules and boxed sets and after looking at this post and going through my Ruins Of Adventure PDF you have inspired me to buy the module from amazon and run my players though it since they're the perfect level to start it. What kind of foam are you using I need to get some so I can start making multi tiered setups like that!
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