Is this the world's best D&D gaming room?

The Burntwire Brothers have spent two years building a D&D room to contain their collection and perform as a space to play. Along with automatic lighting, strobes, and a fog machine, plus an integrated sound system, it contains props from the D&D movie, lanterns, stained glass effect windows, a door which requiers a skeleton key to open, a weapons rack, and a portcullis - plus, of course, shelves for gaming books and accessories.

The Burntwire Brothers have spent two years building a D&D room to contain their collection and perform as a space to play. Along with automatic lighting, strobes, and a fog machine, plus an integrated sound system, it contains props from the D&D movie, lanterns, stained glass effect windows, a door which requiers a skeleton key to open, a weapons rack, and a portcullis - plus, of course, shelves for gaming books and accessories.

You can see more photos at the original thread, but here are some of the highlights.

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Warunsun

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The room I play in at my friend's house is obviously not decorated as nice but it has a superior gaming table. The table is large enough to fit an entire Chessex Mondomat on it and still have room for your dice and character sheets. He also hand made eight large chairs that are very sturdy and large enough to be considered thrones. I also have friends with a similar large space, large table, and normal chairs that we occasionally game with. I consider a spacious gaming area superior over a pretty one. The room in the article is very nice looking but I think I have played in several rooms that were better.
 



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