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March 1, 2019 at 7:04 am in reply to: 1" Torch Pillar #138817
Josh is doing amazing work. Check out his tables as well!February 15, 2019 at 4:54 pm in reply to: TRP Heavy Door — Cool Dungeon Options #136698
The interchangable nature of these doors (as opposed to the more fixed hinged doors) make them the perfect, flexible option.
I can see why Architects of Destruction chose this model as their sort of go-to dungeon door.
Having used both hinged and the slide in/slide out style, I much prefer these with actual gaming play at the table, as the swinging door creates a bit of an annoyance when actual miniatures are standing around them.
Interestingly, you might get some great market synergy off of these doors being fully compatable with AOC’s.
They’d give all of the backers of that Kickstarter increased options for the doors they already own.February 14, 2019 at 3:34 am in reply to: TRP Heavy Door — Cool Dungeon Options #136496
Another door option that would be helpful is just a “Walled-Off Stone Door. ”
This would be really helpful for games like Heroquest where you want some of the “Fog of War” effect of dungeon exploring to not always bring you to an actual door within an archway. What you find is a dead end, or a sealed off door.
This might also create some interesting possibilities for secret doors or excavation. Some THING was trapped behind this wall for a reason. Do you dare you dig it out to find out?February 11, 2019 at 5:25 pm in reply to: TRP Heavy Door — Cool Dungeon Options #136130
One other cool idea would be a Guillotine Trap Door (like the one used in Darklight: Momento Mori.)