Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dwarven Forge Complete

I finished painting my 5+ sets of Dwarven Forge dungeon tiles from their first Kickstarter but had resisted laying them out until I'd completed them as motivation.

A hasty layout, but still playable


There's quite a bit here! They fill a good portion of my 4x6 foot table with some extra space for books, dice, and beverages.

I had to throw a few minis in there too to get a sense of scale. I'll have to get back on those Reaper Bones to keep filling the dungeon with creeps.

Descending into the dungeon



Battling goblins

Into the crypts


Confronting a frog demon


Looking forward to running a an adventure for my son, and I've already been talking to my gaming buddies about doing some dungeon crawling. And of course, there's the second Dwarven Forge kickstarter running now with some awesome looking caverns for the deepest depths of the dungeon.


8 comments:

  1. Wow. That's an impressive dungeon!
    I especially like the frog demon.

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    1. Thanks! I think I painted that frog fellow 15 years ago and he's made an appearance once on my game table. He deserves a little more time in the sun :)

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  2. Splendid! I'd have murdered for that when I played D&D.

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    1. I'm not sure how often I'll be able to put it to use these days, but it was the sort of thing I drooled over when I was playing rpgs heavily that I couldn't resist when they launched the kickstarter.

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  3. This is the kind of kit every gamer wishes they had. I'm so jealous :)

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  4. Great work, this looks superb. No way I could go back to grid paper after seeing this in 3D.

    Now that I think of it, I made a similar comment about Boot Hill RPG being superseded by the lovely Dead Man's Hand and all it's laser cut kits. We've been spoiled with choices!

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  5. Superb figures and terrain! Love the Frog demon - in yoroi no less.

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