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Denziens vault

Denziens vault

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A no rush build of a fallout vault for the into the vault expansion for wasteland warfare

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Cafeteria

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Skill 2
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The second room I tackled was the cafeteria as I have already worked on pieces to match it. I included a side room for storage and the kitchen from sanctuary hills. It's a great room for furniture and a chance to add quirky colours to the vaultThe second room I tackled was the cafeteria as I have already worked on pieces to match it. I included a side room for storage and the kitchen from sanctuary hills. It's a great room for furniture and a chance to add quirky colours to the vault
Cafeteria
I printed off more storage because they will be useful in rooms to comeI printed off more storage because they will be useful in rooms to come
Cafeteria
Cafeteria
Cafeteria
Cafeteria
Cafeteria

The Atrium

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The first room card I tackled is ghe Atrium which is the largest. The card explains how large the room is and how many exits. .The first room card I tackled is ghe Atrium which is the largest. The card explains how large the room is and how many exits. .
What I was missing from my original vault was the staircase up to next level. I printed this twice but two stair ways made it all a bit cramped. What I was missing from my original vault was the staircase up to next level. I printed this twice but two stair ways made it all a bit cramped.
Adding some set dressing. Adding some set dressing.
The Atrium

Where to start

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Skill 2
Idea 3
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My original fallout vault using 3D printing and files available from modiphius. This was originally for a vault dweller scenario that required a 3 foot table with an exit. This allowed me to fill the table any way I wanted.My original fallout vault using 3D printing and files available from modiphius. This was originally for a vault dweller scenario that required a 3 foot table with an exit. This allowed me to fill the table any way I wanted.
Where to start
Looking beyond my original table I picked up the into the vault expansion pack l. This turns fallout into a dungeon crawler.  Cards are drawn to discover what lies behind each door as you explore and complete one of a number of mission's. My goal is to have each room and corridor from the card deck available to explore. To start I have the pieces I have already printed to get me going and I'll start with the largest room which is the atrium.Looking beyond my original table I picked up the into the vault expansion pack l. This turns fallout into a dungeon crawler. Cards are drawn to discover what lies behind each door as you explore and complete one of a number of mission's. My goal is to have each room and corridor from the card deck available to explore. To start I have the pieces I have already printed to get me going and I'll start with the largest room which is the atrium.

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