Balin's Tomb

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Re: Balin's Tomb

Post by Arcarius2001 » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:54 pm

I love this setup, very nice! I have the 5e Adventures in Middle Earth player’s handbook. I may never play it but it’s a superb product.

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Re: Balin's Tomb

Post by Oldent » Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:01 pm

Thanks realarete

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The new columns work well in LOTR style encounters.

The new Alan Lee sketch bool is very nice too.
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Re: Balin's Tomb

Post by realarete » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:31 am

Oldent - this looks amazing! Always enjoy looking at your set-ups! Especially anything LotR related :D

You won't be disappointed with the book. On a side note and LotR related, I have bought over the years all of the cubicle 7 TOR books - I don't play or run a game in that system, but if you are a LotR fan, they are AMAZING to read. The art is off the charts as well ......

Edit: The newer elevation blocks may "look" better, but adding all that wood to a deep dwarves place of reverence .... I don't know, all the Stone looks right, wood can stay the friend to Elves ... 8-)

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Balin's Tomb

Post by Oldent » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:05 am

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I put together this room with the cave and Mt elevation tiles.I think the new elevation blocks will look better.

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I ordered the D&D5 LOTRs players Handbook. :D
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