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dungeon building

Posted by MisstressvsHallowdog on Tue 10 May 2011 to Do_It_Yourself

i spent a long time learning me leathercraft and a long time wanting somewhere truely private to be able to play,

as with all things do it yourself, i,ve sunk a ruddy great hole into my garden and made my own concrete blocks ( in a stone looking manner )then started building a dungeon from under the ground up,,,

and as i come nearing to finishing it ( if i,m lucky within 5 weeks ) i sudden thought came to mind,,

are there many people who have realy gone to extreems to provide a dungeon, and if so are there many other's who have pretty much done the same,

Please excuse crap spelling cause i,m rubbish

Reply by candle_in_the_wind on Sat 28 May 2011

I went to a private house party where the hosts had buried 6 (lorry) containers under their (large) garden.

A hidden staircase descended into the first.

Each container had doors in it so they led into the different "rooms" kitted out in various themes.

Cold and echo'ey - they were the perfect atmosphere for their underground dungeons.

The Gene Pool could use a little Chlorine

Reply by andy325i on Thu 11 Aug 2011

Wow, great plan and something I have often thought of :)

Reply by Muzzlehatch on Thu 11 Aug 2011

Alright for some. I'm on a bedrock of sandstone. So I used a spare room that happened to be lying about. :)

Owner of The Croppery Dungeon and Breakfast. Organises The St Leonards munch.

Reply by MisstressvsHallowdog on Thu 11 Aug 2011

sandstone you lucky bugger i would have loved that,, lol but well hard work to eek a dungeon out of,,

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mastersleathercraft/

heres how far i got sofar

Please excuse crap spelling cause i,m rubbish

Reply by subforsir on Thu 11 Aug 2011

andy325i wrote:
Wow, great plan and something I have often thought of :)

I only requested decking and a hot tub :(

She's outgoing and sweet but can be reckless. It must be true it says it on my coffee mug.

Reply by MisstressvsHallowdog on Thu 11 Aug 2011

subforsir wrote:
andy325i wrote:
Wow, great plan and something I have often thought of :)

I only requested decking and a hot tub :(

Thats not very dungeon like,,, lol,,, yer have to rethink that plan a bit

Please excuse crap spelling cause i,m rubbish

Reply by subforsir on Thu 11 Aug 2011

misstressvsdog wrote:
subforsir wrote:
andy325i wrote:
Wow, great plan and something I have often thought of :)

I only requested decking and a hot tub :(

Thats not very dungeon like,,, lol,,, yer have to rethink that plan a bit

Well there is that old disused dug out fishpond... I suppose we could...

She's outgoing and sweet but can be reckless. It must be true it says it on my coffee mug.

Reply by MisstressvsHallowdog on Thu 11 Aug 2011

subforsir wrote:
misstressvsdog wrote:
subforsir wrote:
andy325i wrote:
Wow, great plan and something I have often thought of :)

I only requested decking and a hot tub :(

Thats not very dungeon like,,, lol,,, yer have to rethink that plan a bit

Well there is that old disused dug out fishpond... I suppose we could...

aye yer could yer could

Please excuse crap spelling cause i,m rubbish

Reply by Muzzlehatch on Sun 14 Aug 2011

I had a look at the pics on your link. Very nicely done. As my background is in civil engineering. I would like to know what provision you have made for drainage, and waterproofing?

Owner of The Croppery Dungeon and Breakfast. Organises The St Leonards munch.