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Dwarven Forge Kick-starter Terrain

– 5 Sets (Expertly Hand Painted) Game Tiles
– 5 x 1 Set (Expertly Hand Painted) Stretch Goals
– Floor Pack (Expertly Hand Painted)
– Dungeon Dressing Pack (Expertly Hand Painted)
– Chamber of Sorrows (Expertly Hand Painted)
– Grand Stair Pack (Expertly Hand Painted)

Minimum piece count on 5 sets

  • 110 straight wall
  • 90 floor
  • 40 corners
  • 15 doors
  • 10 diagonal walls and floors
  • 10 curved corners and floors
  • 10 pillars
  • 5 narrow doors
  • 5 demon doors
  • 5 windows
  • 5 treasures
  • 10 walls
  • 10 narrow walls
  • 10 barrels
  • 10 pillars
  • 5 stairs
  • 5 curved stairs
  • 5 pedestals

Floor pack

  • 2 floors with stairs
  • 5 large floors

Chamber of Sorrows

Stair Pack

Dungeon Dressing

Posted October 31, 2013 by wargamesdiary

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