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Gothic Realms features over 56 unique items to help you design and build virtually any dungeon layout imaginable! Utilizing WorldWorks innovative “Clip-It” corridors and walls you can quickly secure all of your maze and room designs on the fly with ordinary paper clips. Drop on the warp proof “Easy Slide” doors anywhere and on any wall. Fill your rooms and halls with one of dozens of traps and props. Raise the height of your wall sections with the innovative gothic wall risers for an intensely dramatic effect.
Includes a fully modular sewer system which comes in four unique themes; Sewer Yellow, Blood Red, Mystic Green and Aquaduct Blue. Complete with sewer outlets, pools and bridges. Includes a “Masterboard” gameboard design featuring a variety of 7 by 7 inch floor tiles in various themes.
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The Vault is a special archive of our "Print, Build, Play!" products, circa 2002 upward, which utliize systems and standards developed prior to the introduction of TerrainlinX and other systems 2009 onward. Perfectly useable in their original format and an open archive of our continued terrain evolution.
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Aaron Killeen said:
I did an official review with much detail and also pictures at the above link. To quote myself:
"Overall, this set was wonderful. My players enjoyed it greatly (especially my wife who is always telling me that she “needs a more visual game due to being a visual person.”). I was a little surprised at the level of intricacy of some of the pieces, but the guides were great for helping with this and they were honestly less intimidating after I got started. I also am a lot more confident with my skills in construction of cardstock modeling. It isn’t that I improved so much, just that it is easier than I first thought.
"Now that I know about the foamcore with Velcro and other connection methods (like Kanelinx) as well as the poster tac, I may try at least some of those things for the next build, but in the meantime this set gets a 4/5 stars from me. I can’t wait to see what they will release next. Follow inside for some pictures of my build in action."
Review Posted: June 5, 2009
David Yaklin said:
Gothic Realms has by far the best dungeon walls textures, simply beautiful. It also has sewers in 4 colors and traps that make fantastic additions to any dungeon.
Its also a great starter set for new builder. Incredibly quick and simple to build the flat walls also store in a minimum of space. That is an important feature to a serious builder.
In my opinion clip-it walls are the only way to go for those who want a large elaborate dungeon.
There are some drawbacks to the clip it system tough. The walls attach to each other using paper clips or bobby pins. While this is quick and easy, it does not add anything to the look. Also since the walls are flat they lack a base, which allows they to slide around. But I've found that easily stopped by using removable poster tack. Its strong enough to hold the walls on upside down, and I can remove it without leaving any marks, and its reusable.
Review Posted: May 31, 2009
Michael Flanagan said:
This is the cats @ss of cardstock creations!!! This is my favorite set of them all. This is a very good set for anyone who runs undead or vampire type games. For the price this set can't be beat hands down!!!!!!!
Review Posted: May 27, 2006