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Aw crap, I had a bunch of other junk on the table so I didn't take a photo. :down:


And now I've shuffled them off to their storage bags.. (Yep, I tossed them in a bag, just like they did in the video!)


But if you guys ask really nicely I can pull them out tomorrow and set all 5 sets up again. Though I got the Dark Grey infused, so there isn't much to see detail wise. But I will say there was a lot more dungeon there than I expected. I still think it's a good assortment for a full day's worth of gaming. My husband feels that the 5 sets it's about 5 encounters worth of dungeon, with that being about 2-3 nights of gaming. We shall see... well as soon as we find friends to game with down here in Louisville. ^_^


And I'm loving them so far. Nice and heavy enough to not knock over easily, but durable so I can let some kids or convention gamers at them. :lol:

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I ordered 3 unpainted sets, 4 add-ons (diagonal pieces, circular pieces, dungeon dressing, floor pack), and the paint kit. They were well packed:






The paints come in large 4ox containers; hopefully one set is enough to paint all of this!




Here's a quick castle layout I put together. This used roughly 65% of what I have:




Here's a smaller example of what they look like after I've started painting them:



And lastly, a close-up of a painted piece:



To give a sense of size, the general walls, floors, corners, etc. fill most of a 30qt Sterilite storage bin. The smaller dungeon accessories, doors and other misc. pieces fit in a 7qt Sterilite storage bin.


If you want to do larger open rooms, the floor pack is a must. I haven't experimented enough yet to get the hang of using the diagonal and circular pieces effectively.

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Woo -- received my shipping notices at 9:25 and 9:37 this morning (two boxes, 65lbs total).

Hoo -- delivered at 10:41 this morning (left on secured stoop).


How to explain to my three-year-old that she needs to walk upstairs on her own, because each of the boxes weighs more than she does?

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So anyone know why some spots are slick? Even though the factory claimed there was no release agent used, fult the urge to try washing the test piece. After I took the picture, I scrubbed with dish soap and a toothbrush, but the gloss and matt variations were still there.




Thankfully the Behr latex paint I tested is holding well and not tacky after 18 hours.

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