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Friday, November 25, 2016

E-Z DUNGEONS - Print and Fold Terrain - 50% Off



Last night, Turkey Night, my so close to 6 years old niece was hanging out with me in my room. I was on my computer, because I had an idea.

"Uncle?" she said.

"Yes Pinky?" I answered. I've called her Pinky since she was a but a babe in the arms. Only Uncle can call her Pinky.

"You are on the computer too much!"

I laughed.

"Really? You think so, do you? So, tell me what you see on my computer." I was looking at E-Z DUNGEONS: Deluxe Edition. It was that "idea" that I had.

"Is that Dungeons & Dragons?" That's what she calls Dwarvenite from Dwarven Forge.

"Almost. Its very much like it, but you print it from your computer."

She looked at me, back to the computer screen and back at me again, Her eyes twinkled and her mouth was slightly agape.

"So Pinky, what does this mean?"

"It means I can have all of the Dungeons & Dragons I want! Just print more!"

From the mouth of babes.

Last night, Fat Dragon was not running a sale. I almost bought, but I figured I had some time and maybe a set would pop up on a Dead of the Day Special.

Today I saw the E-Z Dungeons line was 50% off. $14.99 for the Deluxe Edition became $7.49 - snagged and done.

Now to print out dungeons in time for Christmas ;)


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3 comments:

  1. and if you get Pinky to help you assemble it all, you can legitimately glue her to the wall without it being your fault.

    Incidentally, I recommend double-sided tape. Way less fuss.

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  2. I have as much fun making them as I do using them. Sometimes more fun making them...

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  3. Your niece reminds me of me at her age! I had a bunch of old D&D minis, the plastic prepainted ones, that Dad had gotten on a clearance sale at a local game shop that was closing its doors, and he started reading stuff like The Hobbit and Narnia to me when I was 4 or 5. I loved the idea of playing D&D with the grownups!

    Now I'm a teenager and we hardly ever use the minis and props, but I still love collecting them.

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