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My sisters tried their hands at painting for the first time. They are 10 and 7 ywars old. The 10 year old painted the two on the left.

 

Some things of note: the detail on the shield by the 7 year old and the pantless paintjob by the 10 year old lol.

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I lucked out last weekend with a Gamer's Garage Sale at the FLGS. I just got the chance to go through my $20 copy of Decent to find it hardly used and missing only one duplicate tile!

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So I exploded that keep during the first encounter and created a stairway down that led to this layout (that was covered along the way). They then found the artifact in the center in a display stand. When they took it they were attacked vy a volcanic dragon and a few flameskulls. I can give a further breakdown of the plot if anyone is interested.

 

(Note: I didn't take mid-game pics of the explosions but it was awesome).

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Ummm...did the game come with a partially-eaten grilled cheese sandwich? If so, that's the best game ever by default.

Grilled cheese sandwich?

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Ummm...did the game come with a partially-eaten grilled cheese sandwich? If so, that's the best game ever by default.

Grilled cheese sandwich?

 

In the bottom (boxed) picture of the Descent post, there's a triangular tile that TOTALLY looks like a grilled cheese sandwich. Or maybe I'm just hungry.

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okay, now that you mention that, that tile realy does look like a grilled cheese sammich.

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Oh, I see now. I was looking at the terrain pics and was rather confused. Now you have me hungry though.

 

BTW, that is a flame template of some kind.

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