Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by yamato » Wed Jan 01, 2020 5:00 pm

I ended up getting a full set plus cliffs and floors sets,.... makes for great mountain encounters

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by AnimeSensei » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:38 pm

yamato wrote:
Wed Jan 01, 2020 5:00 pm
I ended up getting a full set plus cliffs and floors sets,.... makes for great mountain encounters
I can guarantee that you will love them. The mountain sets get a lot of usage on my game table.
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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by dice4hire » Fri Jan 03, 2020 2:17 am

It is one set I would love to get another of, even though I know it is overkill
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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by Rabbit Burner » Fri Jan 03, 2020 7:12 pm

yamato wrote:
Wed Jan 01, 2020 5:00 pm
I ended up getting a full set plus cliffs and floors sets,.... makes for great mountain encounters
Excellent choice and would you like some KS6 Cliffs for desert?

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btw you cannot have enough mountain sets, but KS7 will help we think.
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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by yamato » Sun Jan 26, 2020 5:08 pm

Yeah; I’m interested to see where KS7 goes. Would be great if they had some adventure packs to spice up my Erinthor sets 😉

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by GriffinMace » Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:52 pm

Personally, Erinthor is one of my favorite sets because it adds a lot of vertical interest in a very simple way. It is also versatile across platforms, like other planets, mountains, etc. It's even fun to just throw a few pieces by a castle to give an erie evil vibe.

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by GODofwar » Tue Mar 03, 2020 1:42 pm

I have a chance to buy a painted ERionthor for around $550. Anyone think there's a market for a complete Erinthor unpainted?

Holy smokes,just rechecked - I have TWO unpainted Erinthor's. Man, I have to have that Paynte Projeyte when school gets out!!

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by William » Tue Mar 03, 2020 2:02 pm

If I had not just bought a bunch of Mirliton miniature sets recently I might ask, "How much for the unpainted EM set?" But my wife would frown if I did offer, even though I got the minis at a 'steal' price. I have been looking at and dreaming of these miniatures for almost a decade and never thought I could afford them until a eBay seller in Oregon put them up at a low starting price. After getting the first four sets, I couldn't resist out-biding everyone on the last five. They are full of extras. Worth the normal price, but even with the 'theft' prices I got, they still weren't chicken scratch for all 9 of the sets. Otherwise I might get the unpainted mountain. Sorry. :(
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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by Vegomatic » Tue Mar 03, 2020 2:09 pm

William wrote:
Tue Mar 03, 2020 2:02 pm
If I had not just bought a bunch of Mirliton miniature sets recently I might ask, "How much for the unpainted EM set?" But my wife would frown if I did offer, even though I got the minis at a 'steal' price. I have been looking at and dreaming of these miniatures for almost a decade and never thought I could afford them until a eBay seller in Oregon put them up at a low starting price. After getting the first four sets, I couldn't resist out-biding everyone on the last five. They are full of extras. Worth the normal price, but even with the 'theft' prices I got, they still weren't chicken scratch for all 9 of the sets. Otherwise I might get the unpainted mountain. Sorry. :(
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I have been looking at those same sets... just too much other DF I want more... for now. Glad you got a good deal!!!

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Re: Erinthor Mountains full encounter vs Individual Mountain Packs

Post by William » Tue Mar 03, 2020 2:17 pm

Me too, ;)

They were about a 1/3rd of retail, and very cheap shipping (for me). I already have quite a bit of it painted or started and have also been throwing some 4Ground stuff together that I also got from same seller. I'm not sure, but could have been old store stock stuff. Lots of MBA and DF Castle stuff. You'll probably see a lot of this stuff I got in future builds.
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