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DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition $12.99 $9.09
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DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Ray W. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/04/2012 23:51:03
This is some of the most elegant and easy to build scenery there is available. If you love to game and you want your table top to come to life you cannot go past any of the Fat Dragon Games range, especially if you don’t have the time to commit to custom building you own scenery. All you need to do is simply print it out on some nice thick card stock, and then with a little time and some glue you can have a great looking table top ready to go for your next gaming session.

Best of all, due to the scale of the models, not only is it great for all of your RPG’s needs but it works great for most war games as well. So if you have been thinking about adding a little spice to your table top but don’t have the time to build from scratch, I suggest looking at some of Fat Dragon Games range it is well worth the money and your players will be amazed as the can see the world you’ve created right there on the table top in front of them.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Joshua K. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/26/2010 09:15:12
This is a fantastic set, and functions as the core of all my gaming props. If there is one product you were going to purchase for your fantasy gaming terrain, I'd say this is it. The mixing and matching possibilities with the buildings make for countless unique buildings, and the raised streets add another dimension to city combat encounters.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Jerry J. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 11/12/2010 15:02:33
This is a fantastic set for a medieval look and feel to our fantasy games. The art work is truly amazing and the versatility in changing up the buildings helps the creative building process a lot of fun. I would highly recommend this set to anyone.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Daniel D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/04/2010 11:54:43
Awesome, just plain awesome. This is one of the best cities I have built. Thanks for another great product FDG.

My players have liked this one as well and it adds more realism and it is now easier to tell if you can actually see the enemy you are fighting. The new D&D miniatures work perfectly with this one.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Jefferson T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/22/2009 09:57:50
Having purchased this set, I have to say it was the best Fat Dragon Purchase I have made!

In my campaigns, the village and city is often as important as the dungeons, and I'm sure that isn't uncommon! These buildings look amazing when finished, the example photos are great examples of what you can make, but you are not limited to that at all! Building a sprawling metropolis is only a matter of paper and time, with these buildings being infinitely customizable thanks to their modular designs and dozens of options for each module.

And it isn't that much time, either! It only took me about an hour and a half of work to build my first building out of this set following their instructions. My next building took half as long, and I'm sure with practice and the right tools, further constructions would be even faster. The roof is the only "tricky" part to the construction, and even that piece is pretty simple once you figure it out. While these buildings look amazing it really shouldn't be intimidating to anyone.

My only word of warning is this: Read the instructions completely before you begin, and buy the right equipment straight off the bat: A cutting board, a utility knife (from the tool isle NOT a hobby knife from the craft isle) , and a metal ruler. You'll probably also want some craft glue or an office glue pen, and you will want PLENTY of toothpicks! Only a few dollars for the whole kit. And also take some time to visit their forums at http://www.fatdragongames.com and read some of the posts in the tips and tricks section.

In short: This is the best set Fat Dragon has put out yet!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Ross R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/06/2009 06:21:43
This is an early review, as I have not had a chance yet to actually construct the buildings yet. Looking at the pdfs & instructions, Fat Dragon has gone to a different method of stacking their floors, which will limit the interchangeability with their Base set. This method looks simpler, however, which should be appreciated by fellow beginners.
The cellar doors, balcony, and raised streets should all be welcome additions to your game's towns. As is normal with Fat Dragon's sets, the textures are wonderful to look at. Note also that the edge of foamcore visible at the base of the raised platform is not actually visible in the final product, as a 'cover' was added to the piece to address the issue.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DRAGONSHIRE: Deluxe Edition
Publisher: Fat Dragon Games
by Kevin R. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 09/04/2009 17:30:04
This will be a preliminary review, as I haven't had a chance to build yet, just able to look over the pdf's so far. Later as I do various builds I will add to these comments. Let me just say that I have been a fan of Fat Dragon products for a couple of years now. I think it is a difficult mission for them, to come out with the most visually impressive, jaw dropping terrain possible and yet keep the design simple enough that a beginning card modeller can dive right in on any product without previous experience. this set is the ultimate culmination of this quest. I was blown away by the promo pic with the raised streets, the cool arched bridge, and the several types of medieval house designs. In looking through the pdfs, I can say that the textures are the best from Fat Dragon to date. The weathering on the stonework is very impressive, and the various roof designs really help each building stand out even further. The coolest features are the street signs, of which there are two full pages. They can be mounted on ground posts or hang from the sides of buildings. Many of the names on the signs were suggestions by Fat Dragon forum members. Few companies interact with their customers like Fat Dragon Games, and if anyone makes suggestions for product improvements or desires for new sets, there is a great chance that those things show up in future sets. The signs are cooler still, as there are a couple of pages of blank sign templates, which are formatted so that anyone with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader can open them up, make up their own sign name, and print it out to personalize their town. There is also a thread in the forum for people to keep suggesting sign names, and they will be added to future sets.
Besides the bridge, the model I am most anxious to try is the bell tower. A fun bonus can be found in the tower pdfs of a Quasimodo 2d standee courtesy of One Monk Miniatures.
Just by looking, most models are simple box folds. Houses have 2d floorplans, which is good for RPGers. You can remove each floor of the house to see the inside. No interiors in this set, but the previously released Dragonshire Interiors set takes care of that.

No real negatives to speak of so far, I will update this review as my town comes to life.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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