Post by Dryw the Harper on Jan 12, 2011 13:54:48 GMT -9
Thanks for all the comments.
Now I just have to get energetic enough to do the second floor, with bedrooms (singles and doubles), a laundry area, and a bath area. And then the third floor with common bedrooms (remember, before the days of elevators the better rooms were the ones on the lower floors, saving those higher-paying guests the long walk up the stairs to the upper floors where the poorer folk used common rooms).
I'll post more pictures as it progresses.
Dryw the Harper
P.S. I always thought gaming was supposed to be... fun. ;D
Post by Dryw the Harper on Jan 21, 2011 15:51:30 GMT -9
I've now used this tavern twice in my campaign, and I must admit it is easy to simply plop it down on the table and be ready to go without having to set up a bunch of props. It is big enough for a major bar fight without a bunch of 3d props getting knocked over by people with clumsy fingers and it serves as a good meeting ground for players to converse with NPCs (simply having it set up with a crowd of people puts the players on edge, as if something could happen or go wrong at any moment during the course of their meeting). There was even a good sword fight on the stairs, just like in the movies. I see it being used many times in the future. ;D Dryw the Harper
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