Siege of the Sacred Spring

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by Fizzikx » Wed Feb 19, 2014 6:28 pm

Wow after blowing up some of these photos I have to ask where you got a few of these pieces from:

1) The double Stonehenge-like Stone Gateways (top right of first photo)

2) The Waterfall (first photo)

3) The stone walkway with rust-like paint job (top right below stone gateways in first photo).

4) The gate (bottom left, first photo).

5) Treasure chest (leftmost room in first photo - dosent look DF Standard)

6) The Lake tiles that are not cavernous? They look like a woodlands expansion.


Simply awesome =)

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by Fizzikx » Wed Feb 19, 2014 6:24 pm

Grokkit wrote:

This is truly epic. I have never really been that interested in the Woodland Set... however, this set up completely changes my opinion.

Superb job integrating DF with your plethora o' cool accessories.



I agree whole heartedly! I had never thought to use the woodlands set as "overgrowth" on a stone wall for ruins before. It's amazing and now I want a set or two for experimentation!

Superb work =) Thanks for sharing!

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by Grokkit » Wed Feb 19, 2014 5:35 pm

This is truly epic. I have never really been that interested in the Woodland Set... however, this set up completely changes my opinion.

Superb job integrating DF with your plethora o' cool accessories.

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by Galdor » Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:53 pm

This is simply amazing. I love seeing your setups. Was this done for a table top game or did you put this together for your own amusement?

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by granpappy77 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 4:04 pm

One of the best set-ups I've seen with the (under-appreciated) Woodland Set!

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by jasdotcom » Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:31 am

This is the best use of combined sets I've seen yet! And the minis turned out great, too. You must be proud :-)

Every time you post photos of a new set up I buy more Dwarven Forge. This time is no exception - as now I feel that I could use "just one more" Woodland Set!

Absolutely primo story & set up.

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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by TK 266 » Wed Feb 19, 2014 11:18 am

that is a stunning set up. the new mini are wonderfully painted. and did I see some Jake Hecker (Flights of Fancy) dungeons dressing in the mix?

again impressive set up.
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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by Keeblerorc » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:59 am

Feymous baby, That's your finest layout yet..... It's so incredibly cool with all the accessories and awesome painted figures... It hurts to change photos.... I've gone threw your posting 3 times already and know I will be reviewing the whole story again and again...

Thanks for posting.

PS... Love the way the lighted elements are placed.
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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by M4jumbo » Wed Feb 19, 2014 10:30 am

Very cool! A well put together layout, plus a bunch of extra furnishings, beautiful miniatures and additional terrain elements and very nice photography. Great stuff.
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Re:Siege of the Sacred Spring

Post by jchunick » Wed Feb 19, 2014 8:29 am

May I be the first to say this is absolutely an awe inspiring setup!
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