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    The growing city of ____burg

    I haven't given it a name yet, but I'm happy with the progress so far. I still have a lot of windows, doors, and siding to install but it's definitely coming along.

    Name suggestions are appreciated. Looking for something humorous and medieval.

    http://i.imgur.com/NKQG0e8.jpg

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    Kickstarter Backer Paul's Avatar
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    Wow, looks really impressive! I'm not sure where I'd store all those buildings!

    As for names, how about Holzburg (Wooden castle/city) or Holzspielzeugburg (Wooden toy castle)?

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    Looks fantastic! Talonburg? :P

    I'd love to see more pictures of cities like this! Maybe the 4Ground guys have photos of their tables etc.!

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    Instagram has alot of 4ground kits on it; https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/4ground/
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    Kickstarter Backer Paul's Avatar
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    And every time I look at that tag group, my heart gets a little heavier as everyone's tables look so good!

    I really need to sort out my room enough to start one...

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    Thanks guys.
    (and thanks Luke for fixing my account )

    The thing I've noticed about having a lot of these buildings is that when you start packing them together, they start to look better and better. It's like it adds authenticity when you have these winding inch and a half alleys all over the place.
    I picked up another pack of small buildings and more crates. I'll probably get more high street dwellings at GenCon. I should be able to cover a 4x6 before too long. I'd like to do docks for the last two feet but I haven't found a good material to simulate water. I know what I want, but I just can't find it on the shelves at Lowe's or Home Depot.

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    Nice!

    What did you use for the cobblestone streets?

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    Looks amazing. For cobbled stone streets in the uk wallpaper is great

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    Nice!

    What did you use for the cobblestone streets?
    Games and Gears did a Kickstarter for these battleboards. I ordered two sets of them so I could make a city on 6' x 8'... I'm going to need a lot more 4grounds stuff...

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