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PDF Download wwglhofdk Fantasy TerrainLinX 1", 1.5", zero grid March 10, 2010 112mb
Designers: Matthew Lyon


TerrainlinX: Lost Halls of the Dwarven Kings

High in the mountains, the old fortress had stood for centuries. Impregnable, unconquerable, no army could assail it, no enemy could breach it save one: nature itself. The Great Quake shattered the mountains, the fortress cracked and fell. Abandoned, forgotten, exposed to the elements it waits. Waits for those brave enough to dare enter it's darkened halls and claim the lost treasures within. No easy task to be sure, for the mountains are home to vicious wolves and nomadic tribes of frost goblins, even the elusive Yheti, to say nothing of the spirits of those lost to the Great Quake. In huddled coners and in whispered tones it is said that even greater evils dwell within the lost halls of the Dwarven Kings...

Lost Halls of the Dwarven Kings contains all of the following:

  • 8 6"x6" floors in 1", 1.5" and gridless formats
  • 4 6"x3" halls in 1", 1.5" and gridless formats
  • 10 3"x3" small floors in 1", 1.5" and gridless formats
  • Unique and generic post anchors
  • Big arched wall
  • Forge room walls
  • Hallway arches
  • 6 3" walls in plain and snow covered styles
  • 4 6" walls in plain and snow covered styles
  • 1", 1.5" and 2" walls in plain and snow covered styles
  • Long and short angled walls in plain and snow covered styles
  • 6" and 3" double-height walls in plain and snow covered styles
  • 6 post types
  • 3 double-height post types
  • 3" and 6" balconies with supports
  • 3" and 6" railings
  • 1", 1.5" and 3" stairs
  • Bridges
  • Pit traps
  • Forge props
  • Standees
  • 2.5D Ice demon
  • And as always, Lost Halls of the Dwarven Kings comes with fully illustrated, easy to follow instructions.
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Introduced to our catalog in late 2009, TerrainlinX is our PDF "Print, Build, Play" 100% modular terrain system. Includes full automated craftcutter (Robocutter) support making it the ultimate home fabrication terrain alternative. Build as much as you want, as BIG as you want, whenever you want!

FREE instructions, video of the system in action and dimensions: click here!

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Ken Tschappat said:

Though I am not a big fan of Dwarves and the walls have quite a bit of Dwarven looking stuff, I can get past it (this is after all the Lost Halls of the Dwarves). It still works for other dungeons. Have built it up three levels and it is quite sturdy. Need to add more pieces to it though, can never get enough.


Review Posted: April 23, 2012

Andy Nicholas said:

Excellent for an authentic game of "Dungeons & Dragons" and , although when building it does appear flimsy, once everything is connected it becomes extremely sturdy.

The artwork is superb and with the extra sets (Vault of the Ancients & Treasures and Tombs) it makes for a great table-top game.


Review Posted: August 29, 2011

Jason Zacharias said:

The quintessential dwarven dungeon crawl - if you plan on a fantasy underground setting, get this. The expansions are gravy too.


Review Posted: July 30, 2011

Michael Proteau said:

This was my first TerrainlinX set, and it allowed me to build out a lot of different dungeons very quickly. I realize this is the Lost Halls of the *Dwarven Kings* set, so even though I can accept using clearly dwarven wall decorations in other environments and look past the slightly out-of-place elements, my young kids sometimes stop to point out that the statue I just described doesn't look like the dwarf on the wall... But that's a really minor ding against an otherwise really well done set. It's really fun to pair this up with something like The Garden or the Hinterland Forest set, hiding the entrance to an ancient tunnel, and the stone floor tiles work just fine as a cellar floor in a Thoumont's build. Well worth the price.


Review Posted: July 27, 2011

Dan Miner said:

Me and a few buddies were getting back into playing some D&D and these sets are just brilliant. Making very rich looking dungeons really enhances the feel of our games, and the 3"x3" minimum size restriction (3 squares by 3 squares) is nothing but a minor nuisance. For it's price giving you the opportunities to make dungeons as big or as small as your imagination can manage, it's an amazing value.


Review Posted: July 26, 2011

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