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    I made this cemeterry for a Hallowween party...
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    Nice, I think the only thing I would change would be the color and/or opacity of the grid.
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    Set on a high mountaine peak, nested on the first line of defense of a dwarven fortress, this pair of steamgun (and the adventure played around) is inspirated by the movie "thunder from Navaronne"...

    Who will reduce this infernal machine to silence ?

    As suggested by General Steel, the opacity of the grid has been reduced
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    Totally smokin idea and the movie was cool too.
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    In the most remoted place of a dark forest, a tribe of beastmen is ruled by a warlock.

    He managed a summoning circle to call demons.
    The corruption provided by such foolish act twisted the vegetation close to the circle : mushrooms send toxic pollen in the air...

    Passing time permit the beastman warlock to call lesser demons. He bended them to the circle with cold iron chains.

    Now, the time is right to call a balor... Are the adventurers the victims and the catalysor or will they stop these threat ?
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    Don't take this as a criticism but those mushrooms look like pumpkins...which is a very cool idea, I think. He summons up monsters who do some punkin-chunkin at trespassers. "Git off my lawn you dirty kids!"
    If the radiance of a thousand suns was to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the Mighty One...I am become Death, the Shatterer of worlds.
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