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(WIP)...3 more booths for RPG farmers market game board...

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These are the postings of 3 additional booths for my farmers market & renaissance fair table top (RPG) game board. We are getting close to the end; with only 2 booths left to build for the master board...Pictured here are as follows:

 

Shots 1 & 2 Deputy Constable shack...the guard on the grounds...

Shots 3 & 4 Exotic birds booth...

Shots 5 & 6 Bread/cheese/brown eggs booth...

Shots 7 & 8 Annex table (meat pies/cheese/turkey legs/ribs)...

Shot 9 Booth & table together (as they will look on the master board)...

 

All that is left to do on these (as all the other completed booths) are selected signs & standards.

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The look really nice :)

 

How are you going to use them during play? :)

This is part of my shire/town; that my RPG group lives in and calls home (their base of operation)...about 4 times a year; I could have a renaissance fair where group members can have social interaction with NPC persona who are attending the fair from other areas...thus giving them new contacts...possible adventure related jobs...or any of a dozen other spin off mini adventures.

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The look really nice :)

 

How are you going to use them during play? :)

This is part of my shire/town; that my RPG group lives in and calls home (their base of operation)...about 4 times a year; I could have a renaissance fair where group members can have social interaction with NPC persona who are attending the fair from other areas...thus giving them new contacts...possible adventure related jobs...or any of a dozen other spin off mini adventures.

 

Interesting, and torough, that you use terrain for this! I typically wouldn't. Then again, I have a small box of general purpose dungeon walls as my only terrain :)

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The look really nice :)

 

How are you going to use them during play? :)

This is part of my shire/town; that my RPG group lives in and calls home (their base of operation)...about 4 times a year; I could have a renaissance fair where group members can have social interaction with NPC persona who are attending the fair from other areas...thus giving them new contacts...possible adventure related jobs...or any of a dozen other spin off mini adventures.

 

Interesting, and torough, that you use terrain for this! I typically wouldn't. Then again, I have a small box of general purpose dungeon walls as my only terrain :)

 

I put in the detailed efforts and long hours...only because this is part of my home shire/town. I also have some very simple generic ruined wall boards that can be used on the table top as a ruined village (placed scattered) or placed together to form a ruined complex type building...I will post a photo of it (them) so you can see the simple generic work...both tend to add flavor to my RPG games.

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