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7 hours ago, Talae said:

 It would take a rather creative use of geometry to do something else. 

 

On another note, all the curved stairs I received curve the same direction instead of a mix. 

well I was also thinking larger round rooms as well to mix in with KS 1 stuff.  It could still be useful but I'm not sure I want a whole tower if I cant continually put the floors around each other.

 

I'm guessing that's an error...

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Found this in the comments (and it basically sums up my situation):         Also this image with both Castle and City pieces is great: http://dwarvenforge.com/forum/download/file.php?id=15044

Got my stuff and built a castle right away to test it out.

I showed this to my wife yesterday and her comment was "well, I guess there goes the idea of buying a house this year."    Am I really that bad?   Also, does it count as an upgrade if I buy a cast

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8 hours ago, Bane Of Humanity said:

well I was also thinking larger round rooms as well to mix in with KS 1 stuff.  It could still be useful but I'm not sure I want a whole tower if I cant continually put the floors around each other.

 

I'm guessing that's an error...

I am not sure how you could design something that could continually grow in size. The curvature of different sized circles is different. Each layer outward would require a different kind of piece. 

4 hours ago, Thes Hunter said:

I did not back this and I have the sads.

It is amazing how no matter how much I buy, I always feel that I need more.

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4 hours ago, zoroaster100 said:

Got my stuff and built a castle right away to test it out.

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Wow! ::o:

Now that's a castle!

 

I'm so glad I didn't get into this.

I don't have room for something like that.

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Very nice pictures so far peeps!

 

I see Talae needs to do some painting. You were the one posting the picture with the 'hidden' earth elemental? That set seems painted, got a mix?

 

I have not heard of any shipments making it to europe yet. I got a few things coming, including a fort thing without towers but with crennelations and some LED pieces. :) Can't wait!

 

Gotta quickly finish painting my other stuff... hmmm....

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3 hours ago, Maglok said:

Very nice pictures so far peeps!

 

I see Talae needs to do some painting. You were the one posting the picture with the 'hidden' earth elemental? That set seems painted, got a mix?

 

I have not heard of any shipments making it to europe yet. I got a few things coming, including a fort thing without towers but with crennelations and some LED pieces. :) Can't wait!

 

Gotta quickly finish painting my other stuff... hmmm....

Actually, I ordered all unpainted. My mountain box was mislabeled. The outside box says unpainted and the inside boxes were all painted. 

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4 hours ago, Talae said:

Actually, I ordered all unpainted. My mountain box was mislabeled. The outside box says unpainted and the inside boxes were all painted. 

 

That is going to be a big headache for DF if it is not just single error by the factory.

 

Are you unhappy or actually happy with the mistake?

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48 minutes ago, kodiakbear said:

 

That is going to be a big headache for DF if it is not just single error by the factory.

 

Are you unhappy or actually happy with the mistake?

I am happy about it. I mean, I probably would have chosen a slightly different paint scheme, but it is done and ready to use.

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7 hours ago, ungoreatstefan said:

Haha maybe you got my mountain set Talae. It was in my packing list but I was told that was a mistake and my painted mountains would ship with my grand citadel whenever it comes in. 

That doesn't explain where the unpainted one went, though...

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